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Online enterprise solution service, PushCV, has announced its plans to connect exactly 5000 prime employees to headhunters and employers via a new initiative, Elite Employee Quest 2015.

PushCV, one of the six startups accepted into the Leadpath accelerator’s maiden cohort last year, is an intelligent web-based platform that allows individuals submit CVs which are forwarded to employers based on skill set matching employers’ preferences.

The initiative according to a release from PushCV, will give everyone an equal opportunity to be part of the 5000 qualified, deserving people that PushCV would place in gainful employment positions in top organizations in 2015.

PushCV believes this initiative can bridge the gap between qualified candidates and employers. “Job seekers, even qualified ones, find it quite difficult to find the right jobs because of the overwhelming competition and lack of knowledge of how/where to send their CVs. The employers say they have jobs available, but most of the applications they receive are not up to standard and takes up a lot of time and money going through the piles of applications looking for qualified candidates”, said PushCV in the release announcing the programme.

The programme seeks talents across five major employment categories: Accounting, Engineering, Administration, Sales/Marketing, and Customer Service.

There are currently no details available on applications procedure. The programme will however be formally announced next week. PushCV says the programme will hold for six weeks within a virtual work environment where participants will be given tasks tailored to industry requirements as well as have their soft skills assessed.

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