The great imbalance in job availability, employable Nigerians and Hiring Process, necessitated the introduction of HR on the internet. With great emphasis on breeding core employable and ready-to-work Nigerians fused with helping small brands, SME’s and blue chips, employme.ng is backed by the experience of the Employme.com international group in London and India, two countries with high demand for professional job placement and are bringing it to Nigeria, with peculiar job challenges as UK and India.
HOW IT WORKS
We provide a large pool of employable professionals to service and bridge personnel demand in the labour market. We help create a competent and dependable work force for businesses and organization.
Professionals in various career fields/sector opportunity to be seen and engaged. We help by providing what is needed through guidance and counseling on the various opportunities abound to increase Professionals employability status.
We provide support services to businesses in the area of personnel management on their areas of need with great emphasis on staffing be it permanent, interns, adhoc or volunteer services with top quality delivery.
What People Are Saying
It is just pertinent I share my experience with the EmployMe team so people can see the hidden treasures in job classification and scheduling.
My names are Niyi Kareem (firstname.lastname@example.org) I am an IT/software developer with emphasis on Graphics designs. I left my previous place of employment due to irregular salary payment despite long hours of work without free time.
I was introduced to the Employ Me group late last year. Despite being initially skeptic about their services, I gave them a trial anyway, They scheduled an interview with me and there I got to learn a lot about job search in Nigeria, open and closed job ads, private recruitment, working on part time, contract and adhoc. They advised me on flexible work scope and I signed up to that.
After 9 days I got a call from them to go and negotiate with a company at Ilupeju, two days later, a call to talk with a firm at Ogba and then five days later another at Surulere. In all I got to talk with 6 firms, I settled to work for 3 of the firms, Ilupeju (2 days in a week at N10, 000 weekly), the firm at Ogba (N10, 000 2 days weekly) and one at Computer Village Ikeja (N5, 000 1 day per week) at this translated to N25, 000 for me every week and N100, 000 at the end of the month. We all signed and agreed this will be for an initial period of 9 months. This is flexible and gives me time to myself and family at the weekend, usually the companies send preliminary materials to my mailbox a day before I get to their offices so I can prepare on what to do and get to work as soon as I arrive.
Now from N60, 000 Monday to Saturday work with irregular salary payment, I have moved to taking my SERVICES to 3 firms making N25, 000 weekly spending less than N5, 000 on transport for the week and about N5, 500 for my Smile Data modem. In all I spend less than N40, 000 on the job monthly while I make 60K extra and have 2 free days to myself, next step for me is to open my own office, start consulting and training and eventually be an employer of labour. With EmployMe, I can rely on them to structure my business get me staff on part time basis and from then I become an Entrepreneur myself.
I recommend this team to anyone people offering services or core technical professionals.
I want to sincerely thank you guys for the honest assessment and guidance I got in helping me get a job.
For the benefit of others here is my story:
I graduated from Uniben in 2010 with a 2nd class lower in accounting. After endless search for a good job I settled for a teacher role in a secondary school here at Egbeda. This year I decided I was going to do my masters’ programme after the end of the academic session for 2014/15. I had already gotten the form and was making plans on returning to Benin in July.
One chance of faith…I received a whattsapp message with a link, I opened it it was to a guy who I finally got to know as one of the employme team. I made a trial and contacted them, they invited me for interview. What they told me opened my eyes “Osa you are on a good career path but your are simply unemployable” I told them I was preparing for my masters and one of them said; “even if you have a PhD no company will engage you, you can only end up with a lecturer job” that word is still on my mind tomorrow, besides my father is a lecturer.
On their guidance and support, I registered for a certification course, started attending career based seminars and training were I networked and met a couple of alumnis of Uniben and some Edo people in the accounting field. I always went with my CV as they adviced me to, from one of such seminar I got a probatory job with an accounting/auditing firm on Marina Lagos. i am also currently preparing for my ACCA exams hopefully my work ethics and conduct will help me get the job full time and fingers crossed I pass my exams. If I don’t, I still have you people at Employme to fall back at but then the experience and contacts working in Marina meeting big clients and customers will make me remain in the industry.
This is how my life got a lift from teaching to being in the professional circle much thanks to the Employme group.
After my youth service and with good graduating grades coming out from ABSU I thought in no time i will get a job. I won several awards in school and was best performing corper at my place of primary assignment, infact all the student that sat for Physics in SSCE at Community Sec, School Onelga-Rivers State had atleast a pass and the school was happy with me but couldn’t employ me.
Three years after service I may have submitted over a hundred CV’s online and by physical delivery, in all i got about 10-12 interview invites. After the interviews they will say: ‘well done we’ll contact you soon’.
This was the circle year in year out from 2012-2015. Late in July 2015 my brother inlaw introduced me to the employme team. I gave them my CV and they invited me, their grading of my CV was…2/10 very poor they told me. ‘So it was this poor and I never knew it’ I said to myself. The one on one session with them in Lagos opened my eyes to a lot of things; Interview tips, CV-make up, and even how my facebook and instagramm affects my job search. It was revealing. They added just a few ‘updates’ on my CV and I returned back to Port Harcourt. I started another round of CV submitting but this time with confidence and praying for just one interview invite. Weeks went by no feedback on a particular day however I opened my mailbox I had 4 “based on your application for a job in our company you are hereby invited for a…” at once.
Did I attend all? NO! I choose the one in PHC and Abuja (the 2 from Lagos I simply ignored since I hated Lagos life). After the interview in PHC I left for the Abuja one. Was it successful? Yes, infact I am yet to return to Port to get my belongings since the bank offered me the chance of training two days later. Am a little above 50K salary wise pending my confirmation but the confidence I gained from employme office is priceless.
Thanks and God bless your team
I submitted my CV in February to the employme team via their advert in the Guardian Newspaper of 2nd February 2016. By the 20th when they called me for interview and evaluation, they sent me a redesigned format of the same CV I submitted with them, this time with new features, added keywords and sleek outlook. I saw it and compared it to the previous I had with me, I felt so ashamed of myself and what I had before now. My wife also complimented the new one.
Thanks to the employme team, I have a new CV and I find it very incisive and impactful to my personal brand.
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