Ask Inji for recruitment advice

A new 'human' element to the online recruitment service is designed to offer a more interactive feel.

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By  Colin Browne Published  January 17, 2001

Online recruitment service, is bullish about the opportunities presented in its particular geographical sphere of influence, and sets out at Cairo Telecomp to prove just that.

The big deal, as far as is concerned is proving the power of the Internet to solve the increasingly pressing issue of finding skilled staff in an increasingly staff-parched global market.

Cairo Telecomp gives opportune timing to make its claim; more than 100 exhibitors are expected to take part, making a fine podium from which to launch its message.

“Cairo Telecomp gives Egyptians the chance to see the latest communications technology that can contribute to the economic growth of Egypt. Our participation leads Egypt’s transformation into an information economy through the establishment of online services, and new employment opportunities in the IT industry,” said Hafez Afifi, marketing manager, of spearheaded the e-town at Cairo Telecomp, a section of the show floor dedicated to the emerging Internet market in that country.

“ is continuously enhancing its services, to offer its customers more value. Cairo Telecomp is a great place for us to help bridge the gap between people and technology,” he added.

One of those improvements, was a new enhancement to, which is designed to bring a human element to its online operations. ‘Ask Inji’ is a free service for jobseekers—a human consultant who provides users with the opportunity to ask career-related questions, ranging from how to approach their first job to inquires about senior positions or career transitions.

A further resource is an ‘Ask Inji’ database, which provides jobseekers (as well as recruiters) with a list of frequently asked questions, allowing many common questions to be automatically answered on the spot. Questions not available in the FAQ are answered directly online by ‘Ask Inji’.

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