Women are under spotlight in a virtual careers forum being hosted by KPMG.
Job seekers from around the world will be able to take part in the virtual event that focuses on the recruitment of women.
KPMG is one of the lead sponsors of the first ever global recruitment event jointly hosted by the Financial Times and the Economist on 12 and 13 November. Focusing on women in business, the online Global Career Forum targets experienced hires, those women already in the workforce and those seeking new challenges.
Ingrid Gabler, people director of KPMG in South Africa comments: “This is a great opportunity to showcase the global opportunities within KPMG member firms and highlight our commitment to recruiting and developing the careers of talented women.”
More than 10 member firms from KPMG’s global network will participate – visitors will be able to talk to KPMG people from member firms in different countries including Canada, South Africa, Australia, the US, UK, Nigeria, China & Hong Kong SAR, Mexico, Croatia, Serbia, Malaysia and Netherlands Antilles.
Visitors to the Global Career Forum will be able to take part in virtual sessions on a number of topics including "Women in Business: How to make it" and "How to deal with headhunters", along with meeting other recruiters from other organizations.