eRecruit Solutions in Successful New Partnership with Career Savvy – Helping Candidates Towards Employment

Career Savvy Magazine - Helping Candidates towards Employment

eRecruit based career advice resource Career Savvy has teamed up with CV-Library to help improve the prospects of over 7.3 million active jobseekers.

Career Savvy was launched in the summer of last year but has already made a great impression on the recruitment market. With acknowledgement from Guardian Careers, 421 schools and colleges as well as thousands of regular readers, things look set to grow even more.

eRecruit set up Career Savvy after realising how easy it would be to share their knowledge with their vast amounts of applicants on how best to get a job. Viewing hundreds of CVs and applications made it easy to see why successful candidates were getting employed and why others were falling short. Now, every eRecruit candidate gets directed towards the latest issue of helpful job and carers advice – and it’s 100% free, too. The aim is to inspire and motivate people by providing upbeat, positive and proactive advice.

CV-Library will now receive Career Savvy content to share and distribute to their volumes of jobseekers and career enhancers.

Mark Painting, Marketing Communications Manager at CV-Library said: ‘Career Savvy offers so much useful information to the jobseeker, that it was an easy decision to work alongside them. The magazine looks and reads fantastically well, and being able to leverage the content and provide these indispensable tips and nuggets of advice across all industries to our vast database is invaluable, and reinforces our desire to support all of those looking for a new job in any way we can.’

Dave Morgan, Editor for Career Savvy, believes:

‘This is an exceptional opportunity for Career Savvy to reach a wider audience. CV-Library is a premier job board in the UK, a must if you’re seeking a new career. Career Savvy hopes to enrich CV-Library’s already impressive offering and most importantly provide their audience with fun, positive and endlessly useful advice.’