non-face-to-face communication becomes more important, the use of 'Metaverse', a virtual world, is increasing in the job market as well.
We provide one-on-one recruitment consultations in a virtual space, and we also hold recruitment briefing sessions as if selling products through live broadcasting.
Correspondent Lee Seong-hoon.
<Reporter> After a
few clicks, a virtual space opens inside the monitor.
About 70 companies held the 'Metaverse' job fair in the second half of the year.
If you move your avatar to visit the company booth, you can have a one-on-one video interview with the HR manager.
[(Can you ask me any questions?) I wonder what competencies or abilities are required for the MD job.]
Job seekers respond that they are efficient because they can get in touch with several companies and get the information they need in one place.
[Jung Da-won / Job-seeking student: I think it is very good in that it is an opportunity to ask questions directly even though it is online with current employees… .] You
can watch videos at the 3D-based metaverse briefing room, and you can listen to the hiring manager's explanation by gathering a number of avatars in the square.
[Kangil/Recruitment manager at a distribution company: There were many friends who said that 7-8 out of 10 people had an online interview experience. The recruitment process itself seems to have to be converted to online now.]
[If you ask a lot of questions, there will be many benefits again today.]
A recruitment briefing session with live commerce was also held.
The concept is to sell the recruitment job as if it were a product, but more than 1,000 job seekers flocked to it.
The reason why companies use Metaverse for recruitment is that it is not restricted by region, so it is possible to attract talents from non-metropolitan areas and it is easy to reach the MZ generation.
As with telecommuting, the industry predicts that the non-face-to-face hiring culture will continue after the coronavirus.
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