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Malaysia's first 3-D virtual career fair

AvantiKumar | March 11, 2013
Innovative technology offers a huge advantage to job seekers and is an increasing trend to find better talent, says Monster Malaysia.

Sanjay Modi, Managing Director, (India, Middle East & Southeast Asia) Monstermodified

Photo - Sanjay Modi, Managing Director, (India, Middle East & Southeast Asia) MonsterdotCom.

Monster Malaysia is to hold its first 3-D virtual career fair in Malaysia from 11-15 March 2013. This development meets an increasing trend of using technology to connect companies with the right talent regardless of location, said the online recruitment and careers provider.

Monster's managing director, India, Middle East & Southeast Asia, Sanjay Modi, said the event has been designed to meet the changing needs of modern day job seekers and employers.

"Today's younger generation have 24x7 lifestyles so searching for that perfect job can be a testing and time consuming exercise especially when trying to juggle existing work commitments," said Modi. "Yet a virtual experience that results in the same outcome by helping job seekers to 'Find Better' at the convenience of their homes can only benefit job seekers in Malaysia."  

Malaysian jobseekers can log on to a virtual exhibition and interact in real time with companies looking for talent in the country, he said. "Monster helps employers and job seekers 'Find Better TM' - connecting more efficiently and successfully through innovative technology solutions, tools and services."

"The job seeking and hiring process has evolved," said Modi. "Monster is meeting this latest trend by offering a huge advantage to job seekers as they can check in advance jobs that suit their skills set and desired working environment."

"For employers, this is the latest tool is a natural progression in the war for talent. It gives them an opportunity to find talent for various roles under one roof and that too at the convenience of their desks," he said. "In addition, Malaysian job seekers can use the virtual experience to gain details about the job vacancies, apply for positions and even speak or live chat to the a potential future employer, all at the comfort of their desk or home."

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