First ever Chat-based recruitment app launched in Delhi (Source: Twitter)
A new application, Empzilla, which connects you directly to the recruiters, was launched on Saturday in Delhi. The app was launched by BJP’s National General Secretary Arun Singh at the Siri Fort auditorium.
The application offers a platform to the users which eases the process of recruitment or employment in a conveniently habituated method of ‘Global Chat’.
The application, which is now available on Google Play Store, connects lets the user first search for a job and then apply for the job. If the recruiter finds the user’s resume well enough for the post, they can directly chat on through the app without even the struggle of meeting.
The formal interview can also be conducted through the app, which makes it easy for both the recruiter and the employee as it will save the travelling time and expenses as well as a clear answer will be given to the employee timely.
Arun Singh took to Twitter to inform the people about the launch of the app.
Inaugurating the launch of Empzilla App connecting Youth & Industry for employments in Siri Fort Auditorium. pic.twitter.com/LqTrCfEOJf— Arun Singh (@ArunSinghbjp) January 20, 2018
Akash Attray, Chairman, Empzilla, said on the occassion of the launch, "We realized there were limitations in the way job seekers were communication with employers so far. To do away with those limitations, we are launching this mobile app which will revolutionize the way communications happens between job lookers and recruiters. This can easily be downloaded from Google Playstore and is free. It will also take the government’s Digital India initiative forward."
This initiative takes the Modi government's 'Digital India' platform to a new level.
BJP's Arun Singh said, "We are excited that Digital India inspiring people to come out with new offerings that not only seek to solve some of the existing problems but also saves costs. I am sure Empzilla app will become popular in no time as it obviates some of the current problems relating to communication between recruiters and job seekers. With deeper internet penetration, Mobile Apps are increasingly being used by people even in smaller cities."
Other dignitaries who were present at the launch included Priyanka Rawat, MP, Sanjay Goel, President, ONGC, Sameer Anja, among a few. Senior officials from Hindustan Power Ltd, Oracle, Apollo Hospital, Tech Mahindra, HDFC Bank and Ministry of Health and Family Welfare were also present on the occasion.