Information for exhibitors
you should already have, by now, a username and a password to access to the europeanjobdays.eu platform. If for some reason you don’t, please get in touch with us email@example.com so that we can check the situation. You may as well recover your password here , as long as you remember your username or the e-mail you used to register. With a view to making the best out of your participation, you should now:
Improve your company profile
This profile is your public introduction to potential applicants. It should reflect what your main activities and projects are, as well as your organisation’s mission, values and HR policy, ideally in English.
If you haven’t done so yet, it is now time to add your logo, your web and social media accounts – and, if you have one available on YouTube or Vimeo, also add an introductory video (ideally recruitment-focused), in order to make the profile more appealing.
No vacancies published yet?
If you haven’t done this yet, publish them on the platform as soon as possible, if you want to get a number of applications ahead of the event.
Fill in the maximum information possible in the fields about languages, education, skills, in order to better help the jobseekers find your vacancies in their searches.
If participants apply to your vacancies before the event, you can pre-select a few applicants for interviews and better organise your participation on the day – also allowing the jobseekers to better prepare for the interview.
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(BEWARE THAT... even though the event is aimed at EU/EEA citizens, you will surely get some applications from third country nationals. It is up to you to decide whether to accept or discard them, bearing in mind the international recruitment procedures ongoing in your country).
Go through your applicants & invite them for interviews
Jobseekers interested in your vacancies are applying through the platform. In order to browse their CVs, once logged in, go to Job Applications / Interviews in your dashboard. Click on the jobseeker’s name, go through the profile, check the attached CV or LinkedIn profile. If it matches your requirements, you can invite him/her for an online or onsite interview on May 22nd.
You can pre-define your availability for interviews under Set interview timeslots. By default, interview slots last 30 minutes.
The applicants you invite for an interview will then choose the most suitable slot for them, out of those you (still) have available. Your schedule is automatically updated as applicants confirm their attendance.
On the event days check and download your interview agenda from Applications / Interviews in your dashboard to know who you will be meeting. You can choose to use either Netop (the Chat tool associated to the platform) or Skype (if both you and your candidate have a regular Skype account):
- if the interview is conducted via the Netop Chat, make sure you’re logged in, available and with the audio and video options on at the scheduled time; wait for the jobseeker’s contact;
- if it is on Skype, you should contact the jobseeker by clicking on the Skype button in your interview schedule in the platform.
Our Helpdesk will be online all day to help you and candidates with interview management whenever needed.
While you don’t have pre-booked interviews…
On the day, you can also make exploratory one-to-one contact with jobseekers (just like if you were on a stand) by joining the Netop Chat.
Learn how to use it under Access to online chat in your Dashboard (once logged in).
You need a specific account for this. By default, we are creating an account to every participating exhibitor registered in the event – and you should be receiving an e-mail with your access data and some testing recommendations the latest 3 days before the event.
Still having questions?
We look forward to working with you to make your participation a success!