Best in class women and minorities
DATE: March 14, 2013
TIME: 11:00pm Central to 2:00pm Central
About the Event
The National Labor Exchange Women & Minorities Online Career Fair is a nationwide online career fair focusing on Women & Minorities that includes a broad spectrum of career opportunities in multiple industries! Join hundreds of other successful women and minorities for this exciting online experience that will connect you directly with employers seeking top talent nationwide.
DirectEmployers & the National Labor Exchange have invited Members from Fortune 500 companies, medium-sized businesses, non-profit organizations and government agencies, all looking to meet talented, career-driven professional women and minorities.
At the event, you’ll be able to browse information about each company in attendance, and engage directly in one-on-one online chats with employers to talk about your background, experience, and the exciting opportunities that exist at their company or organization. All chats are purely text-based, so you’ll be able to connect with potential future employers all online.
Why Attend This Event?
Skip the “Apply Now” button and head straight to the conversation.
Chat one-on-one directly and candidly with representatives about each company’s opportunities.
Connect with multiple companies in an efficient, online environment.
About DirectEmployers Association
DirectEmployers Association is a leading nonprofit HR consortium of global employers that was formed to assist in the sharing of ideas, incorporating of best practices, and research and development of technology where labor practices are concerned. Through this consortium, business standards are shaped and technology is used with respect to the diversity that is reflected in the various cultures embodied in a global workforce. Our recognized expertise in compliance, recruitment and cost effective technology enables our members to reach the largest, most diverse pool of quality job seekers worldwide.
About NASWA (National Association of State Workforce Agencies)
NASWA was founded in the depths of the Great Depression, in the early years of unemployment insurance and employment service programs. It is an organization of state administrators of unemployment insurance laws, employment services, training programs, employment statistics and labor market information. Throughout its more than 75-year history, NASWA has strengthened the workforce system through information exchange, liaison, and advocacy. NASWA’s guiding principles are: Advance the state role in the workforce system; Invest in training and professional development; and Lead in coordinating local, state, and federal roles.