randstad is helping people get fit for their careers.

The big You@Work Roadshow 2016:

Randstad is helping people get fit for their careers


Many people in Switzerland would like to change their jobs. But often they don't know how to present themselves successfully in the employment market. That's why Randstad supports both young people at the start of their careers, and those re-entering the workforce as well as the over-50s, showing them how to best prepare for the next step in their careers.


At the You@Work Roadshow, which is being held for the second time this year, you'll find professionals from various sectors; HR specialists from Randstad will offer career advice, check CVs and give tips on how to make the perfect first impression. A Xing expert will explain how you can use social media to best highlight your professional skills. Visitors will also receive expert support in styling. Fashion advisors from WE Fashion will show you how men and women can dress properly and economically for an interview, with the very latest business outfits. Artists from the Beauty & Style Academy will also give valuable tips on fresh make-up. And a professional photographer will take great business pictures for your CV.

You@Work: five times in Switzerland

The Roadshow is targeted at three main visitor groups: young people just starting out on their careers, women who want to re-enter the workforce after a long break, and employees over 50 who are looking for a new challenge.

In September, the You@Work Roadshow will be held from 11:00am to 7:00pm at five different locations:

Friday, 16 September in the main hall of Zurich Central Train Station

Tuesday, 20 September in Kirchgasse in the centre of Olten

Tuesday, 27 September at the University of Fribourg, Avenue de l'Europe 20

Wednesday, 28 September on the Bahnhofplatz in Bern

Thursday, 29 September on the Place de l'Europe in Lausanne


You've got to have a bit of fun


As well as important information, tips, and help, you won't be missing out on fun. There's a Formula 1 simulator for visitors to prove their driving skills, and a tWall - an interactive training system with light impulses to test reaction speeds. The best part: there are attractive prizes for the winners.



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