Employment Just a Click Away for New Job Seekers; VACANCIES: Employers and Employees to Be Put in Touch by European Online Matchmaking Service

Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales), March 7, 2002 | Go to article overview

Employment Just a Click Away for New Job Seekers; VACANCIES: Employers and Employees to Be Put in Touch by European Online Matchmaking Service


A CONFIDENTIAL online CV service putting job seekers in touch with companies and vice-versa has been launched in Wales.

The venture, called cv. iew, is free to job seekers, whose details remain confidential until a would-be employer wishes to call them for interview.

The benefits for businesses registering for the service include, great time and cost savings and having a huge and ever-growing database of CVs to match to their vacancies at hand.

The service is being offered in Wales on The Western Mail and Echo's website icWales. co. uk.

Within minutes of registering a CV a list of vacancies most closely matching it flashes up on screen.

Then, at the click of a mouse, a job application can be sent on its way.

Alternatively, a job seeker can wait for employers to contact them about a vacancy.

If a company wants to offer an interview, the applicant receives an email where the candidate can decide whether to release their personal details.

MatchWork UK is the company behind the new service and its managing director Chris Stanley, said the system is completely anonymous.

"As a job seeker you are totally in control until you decide to release your personal contact details, " he explained. …

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