“A 35-second video CV is all it takes for an employer to notice you,” said Jami. “Slync allows digital natives to better manage their career opportunities and performance.
“Aimed at the Snapchat generation, Slync defies paper CVs and existing recruitment models and advocates video CVs as a platform to personally brand yourself in the UK jobs.
“There is a new wave of young talent and companies need to find new ways of interacting with them. Generation Z and younger Millennials are well-rounded learners by nature.
Their skills go beyond their CVs, especially growing up with endless digital access, their ways of thinking and doing things are completely different from that of other generations.” she continues.Students and graduates can join the social hiring app for free and create a video CV on their phone in under a minute that is viewable by employers, allowing them to get a more rounded profile of candidates. Employers can also sign up to Slync for free and they so far include businesses from tech, media, HR, and publishing backgrounds.
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