RecruitAGraduate.co.za connects job-hunting graduates and employers

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Phillipa Geard’s RecruitAGraduate.co.za is a brand-new recruitment platform that aims to connect job-hunting recent graduates (five years) with employers on the lookout.

Geard is the creator of RecruitMyMom.co.za, a recruitment platform for those seeking or offering part-time/flexible employment.

RecruitAGraduate.co.za charges a listing fee if potential employers opt for self-service.

Alternatively, it offers a professional recruitment service (with a three-month guarantee); employers only pay when RecruitAGraduate.co.za makes a successful placement.

The platform offers graduates online help and templates for CVs.

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Geard.

Listen to the interview in the audio below.

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This article first appeared on 702 : RecruitAGraduate.co.za connects job-hunting graduates and employers


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