have to offer?
As a job seeker, Open House Job Fairs give you an opportunity to
learn much more about the company, their work environment, and
the position for which you are applying. Depending on the venue
Open House Job Fairs can be onsite or offsite. Onsite Fairs may
offer Company Overviews and Tours as well as personal
interviews. Some formats may have a company seminar with a
question and answer session immediately following the seminar so
jobseekers can determine whether or not they are qualified or
to what extent they are interested in the opportunity, prior to setting up a
Do I need to talk with
companies to find my dream job?
Not necessarily. Your perfect career might be found within an
organization you've never even considered. An Open House Job
Fair offers you the opportunity to learn much more about the
company for which you are considering. Companies that host Open
House Career Fairs realize that the more informed you are about
the opportunity at hand, the greater employee retention will be.
That means greater savings on employee
training, which ultimately leads to greater employee
Open House Job Fairs
provide job seekers and employers a more intimate and
controlled environment which is more conducive to company
overviews and personal interviews!
Employer Open Houses?
Whether you call them "Open House Job (Career) Fairs", "Employer
Open Houses", or "In-House Job (Career) Fairs", they are basically
the same thing. The nice thing is, no matter what you call them,
we have them covered as either OpenHouseJobFairs.com or our
sister company, ineedajob.com, owns all of these domains and
does it cost
Whether you're looking for a new career, a change of scenery or
just a new direction for your life, Open House Job Fairs can
help you explore the endless possibilities and opportunities
available to you.
There's never a fee for applicants wishing to attend these
events!. When companies choose an offsite location we try
whenever possible to find locations where there is no parking
Experience face-to-face contact with prospective employers, and
HR representatives. Discover "what's out there."