Those with a mind for tech business have been creating digital job portals to aid in recruiting, but also to help job seekers find applicable work.
These platforms match eligible candidates and proprietors through a range of psychometric, intellectual and aptitude filters to improve employer’s probabilities of engaging the right applicant.
Young tech guru Alexis Leinane developed iBranch Recruiters, a recruitment platform that is the first of its kind in Botswana due to its business and social networking orientation. Since its inception in 2018, iBranch has seen over 200 unemployed Batswana aided to unemployment, engagement with seven students placed for attachment and eight to internship. IBranch seeks to simplify job seeking on a continental scale by placing match maker between skill needed and skill attained.
The founder, Leinane, revealed that they intended to bridge the unemployment gap and promote cross boarder employment.
“As iBranch, we strive to forge strategic partnerships with key stakeholders, to facilitate a seamless access to employment opportunities for the physically challenged, degree and non-degree holding job seekers in Botswana, especially young people. iBranch also cultivate a knowledge driven and well informed community through real time information dissemination,’’ Leinane explained.
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