Comlux, the aviation group, has taken on Careerpassport as its recruitment software of choice.
Careerpassport is an online platform used by human resources professionals and recruiters to modernise and streamline recruitment processes.
The luxury aviation service has offices based in the Maltese islands, in addition to its offices in Zurich and Bahrain, among others. The team chose to adopt the Careerpassport platform due to its customisable features, the facility to post vacancies online and on their website with a click of a button. The HR department can now keep track of all incoming applications as well as search and rank candidates.
Candidates who are interested in working with Comlux can create a connection with the company giving them access to their CV and other data. The candidate receives updates as soon as the company posts vacancies.Thanks to the integration with LinkedIn, interested candidates can create a profile in less than 10 seconds.
Careerpassport will help Comlux to be more cost- and time-effective as well as stay on top of the technological game with the latest updates and improvements being uploaded on the system regularly.
“Working in the aviation industry was new for us but due to Careerpassport’s flexibility it was easy to develop a tailored solution in line with Comlux’s requirements,” Matthew Caruana, head of business at Careerpassport explained.
“Our rapid deployment strategy made sure that Comlux had the system up and running in no time allowing them to start saving money immediately.”
Corinna Eigenmann, vice-president for human resources at Comlux, explained that due to nature of the business aviation industry the company evolved constantly to adapt to different markets and client segments. This dynamic generates a continuous need to source suitable candidates in Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
Comlux is a leader in VIP charter services operating worldwide and able to meet the highest standards of safety and quality. Comlux also offers a comprehensive set of services to VIP customers who wish to have their own aircraft, managed personally and professionally.
Services include aircraft management, sales and acquisitions, cabin design and completion, maintenance and engineering.
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