Employer Resources

                                       This resource section will provide you with an overview of what the platform will look like, tools to help you attract good candidates and promote
                                        your brand. There are a few things you should prepare before participating in the event:

    Obtain a good quality .jpeg version of your company logo that can be uploaded to your exhibitor booth
    Prepare your job postings so they can be viewed by the visiting job seekers. They should be .doc or .pdf format
    Prepare any handouts or promotional material you wish to have available in your booth. Should be .pdf format
    If you have a corporate video describing what your company does, it should be included. This is an effective tool that will add value to your booth.
    Identify staff members who will be available to answer online chat requests the day of the event.

    The construction of your booth is very quick and easyEvent coordinators will assist you in getting it ready and letting you preview it before the event.

Employer Booth Example
Your booth will be customized to your organization based on the content you provide. The picture to the left is an example of an employer booth. The monitor screens are interactive objects that the job seeker will select to download information and/or watch video content you provide.If you don't have some elements (such as a corporate video) other information can be substituted in that space.

When a job seeker wants to speak with you, they will select the chat feature and you will be notified on your login device (smartphone or computer). You simply answer the notifier and converse with the person the same way you would text on your smartphone or through a program such as Microsoft Lync.

If you get a question that you cannot address, the event organizer will be online during the event to answer questions and help direct visitors to where they need to go based on their questions.

It is asked that you have multiple staff people present in your booth during the live event to keep chat waiting times short for job seekers.
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Virtual Job Fair Tips For Employers
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Is it free to participate in the virtual job fair and use Magnet?

A: Yes. The Department of Post Secondary Education, Training and Labour (Employment and Continuous Learning Branch) has made these tools available at no cost to
     employers and job seekers. All you have to do is register for the virtual job fair and the Magnet platform to start using them.

Q: Can anyone use these tools?

A: Yes. You should be seeking to hire candidates who live and/or are legally entitled to work in New Brunswick. Job postings should be for New Brunswick.

Q: What kinds of information will I need to provide and how will that information be stored/shared?

A: All information provided (names, contact information, etc) is kept strictly confidential.  You will not receive any third-party contact via email or otherwise by using these tools. For more information about the Province of New Brunswick’s Privacy Policy, please follow the link at the bottom of the webpage.  

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Additional Recruitment Tools
How can this benefit employers? Five quick steps to get started.

Another recruitment tool that employers can use to make it easier to find talent with the right skills is the Magnet platform.  It works independently from the virtual job fair, but is another effective tool in your organization's recruitment strategy. You can find specific skill sets you are looking for in the region and communicate directly with the candidates you want to hire.

Sign up now and add your job postings. Recruitment just got a lot easier.