Job seekers can use TAQE – Job Vacancies to match companies. Similar to the Tinder relationship tool, the free service for Android and iPhone (iOS) phones promises to match the ideal match between who wants a job and the company that offers it. With a focus on young people, the platform rene classifieds employment to find the most appropriate profiles for each type of selection, from an analysis able to assess their skills through personality tests, logic, Portuguese, among other subjects.
The app also assists in preparing the candidate with interactive vocational classes and tests, as well as tips on human resources (HR), to help participants' confidence in an interview. In the lessons offered, there are topics such as resume, interview, selection process and network. Those interested in getting their first job, find in TAQE app a specialized guidance to indicate the personal characteristics that should be presented in the resume.
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The application system brings vacancy options to various areas, which ensures that searching for opportunities on mobile is more practical. The user profile displays a score that indicates personal characteristics identified in the tests. There are in-app activities that generate points so that more vacancies can be unlocked. After applying for vacancies, if any company is interested, an invitation will be sent to the candidate.
When the match between the participant and the company occurs, there may be internal company selection steps. Thus, answers to questions asked by the company and a wording are usually requested. Subsequently, the candidate may be invited to an in-person interview. The platform has several registered companies from different segments, such as Natura, Cobasi, Santander, Coca-Cola and Burger King, for example. In addition, it can be downloaded from the official Google Play stores of Google and Apple's App Store.
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