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    31 top companies seeking workers at Employment Fair at 10 a.m. on Sept. 24
    KYIV POST Sep. 22, 2016 21:24

    The Kyiv Post Employment Fair on Sept. 24 will bring together 31 companies searching for employees and at least 650 job seekers, based on pre-event registration.

    Participants will not only get a chance to start a new career, but will also meet experts who will share knowledge on how to build one successfully.

    Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko will give opening remarks at the Employment Fair.

    Kateryna Mashchenko, head of an expert-analytical center of one for HeadHunter, Ukraine’s biggest job-seeking online platform and an Employment Fair partner, believes the event will be useful for both companies and applicants.

    Job seekers will be given tips on how to design their CV, write a cover letter and nail a job interview. For businesses, the Employment Fair is an event that helps build a brand of a caring employer, according to Mashchenko.

    According to Luc Chenier, CEO of the Kyiv Post and one of the speakers at the Employment Fair, the last few years have been rather challenging economically for the country. But the economy is rebounding.

    “So many companies are actually coming in, and we sold out in record time, even before the end of August, which shows that the economy is bouncing back and people are ready to hire,” Chenier said.

    PwC, one of the Big Four accounting and auditing firms, is one of the companies that will be looking for new employees at the Employment Fair. The company has job openings in audit, advisory, tax and legal and administrative spheres.

    Yevheniya Brusova, recruitment specialist with the PwC, said the company could hire both “students/graduates and experienced candidates.”

    “We believe the Kyiv Post Employment Fair is a good chance to talk to our potential candidates, tell them more about PwC and answer their questions,” she said.

    The list of participating companies also includes Hyatt, Porsche Ukraine LLC, KPMG, L’Oréal Ukraine, AIT, Henkel, LC Waikiki, TCM Group Ukraine and Roland Berger.

    Apart from talking to the representatives of the companies that signed up for the Employment Fair, attendants will have an opportunity to listen to the useful and inspirational lectures.

    Anna Petrova, a founder of StartUp Ukraine, will talk about skills and way of thinking one should have to reach a success. In her speech “From a dream to self-made,” she will also explain why it is so important to dream.

    Uber’s CEO Arkadiy Vershebeniuk will explain why a person should apply to a company with a mission that suits him.

    Among other speakers are: Business Development Director of ControlPay Pieter Kinds, Oleksandr Akimenko, founder of, Kyiv Post’s CEO Luc Chenier, Anastasia Deeva, an advisor of the Interior Minister of Ukraine, and Roman Rubchenko, a founder of

    Control Pay, a company that is the event’s major sponsor for the second time in a row, plans to hire the best applicant right away, and to give an iPadPro to the new employee. The company will also arrange a lottery with fitness trackers, power banks and umbrellas as prizes.

    The Employment Fair will take place at DEC Place at 23B Lesi Ukrainky Blvd. The event will run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Entry fee is Hr 25. 31 top companies seeking workers at Employment Fair at 10 a.m. on Sept. 24

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