09/15/2017 Hallo Hallo Job participates once again in JobQuest's employment event

Hallo Hallo Job (HHJ) continues to grow as they constantly join job fairs organized by different companies.

HHJ remains true to their mission in providing careers and opportunities to the Filipino people after almost a hundred of job openings from the company itself and its partner enterprises were offered during JobQuest's two-day monthly recruitment event held last September 13 and 14 at Ever Gotesco Mall, Quezon City.

This month's recruitment focused mainly on providing local positions to job seekers both office-based and field vacancies.

Zesto Corporation, Philcopy Corp., Integrated Computer Systems, TFB Inc. (Giordano Phils.), AFNI Philippines, Benby Enterprises, Easy Cash Learning Company Inc., GFI Enterprises Inc., Comworks Inc. and Megawide Construction were amongst the business partners represented by HHJ during the event to coincide their own recruitment fair.

It was just the month of June when HHJ started to accept applications for their partner companies in job fairs. Aspiring applicants underwent an initial interview conducted by the HHJ representative to help these other businesses choose among the qualified candidates.

Aside from Hallo Hallo Job, 19 different organizations were also present in the venue to evaluate possible members to join their team.

Looking back, the said organizer already conducted the same event three times this year. This was the fourth time that HHJ participated with JobQuest's recruitment fair.

JobQuest.ph is an online HR solution dedicated to provide the job seekers the easiest and trouble-free strategy to satiate employment needs.

Meanwhile, applicants who missed the chance to attend the fair of JobQuest.ph have nothing to worry about because another one will be held on September 25 and 26 at Starmall Alabang.

HHJ hopes to hire much people every month not just for the company but also to help the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) fulfill their duty to provide employment to every Filipino.

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