Tuesday October 25, 2011 at 1:09pm
Have you been trying to create more time for yourself, your department, your company?
The continued growth of pace in the modern life puts more demands on our time causing stress and in turn can damage your effectiveness. You may already be in a situation where you feel pressured to accomplish more and more every year with less resources and shorter deadlines. Or you may feel overwhelmed by the challenges in maintaining balance between your work and family life.
To ensure higher effectiveness for yourself, your department, your company you will need to re-evaluate and possibly improve your actions and embrace new technology. Omnivil has been developed to improve the core tools for making things happen.
Meetings, interviews, events, briefings etc often consume too much time and resources, however these are essential and serve desired purposes in an optimal way. Virtual platforms lower costs in time, energy, and other resources for you and your people, creating more of those resources for other critical tasks.
Success comes to those who know how to manage their time well, Omnivil can help create that success. It can help you to avoid creating excuses to procrastinate on or escape from taking the necessary actions.
With Omnivil you are still missing one key detail, the emissions caused by an organisation, events, products or persons. Omnivil can and will help you to reduce your Carbon Footprint.
Wednesday April 13, 2011 at 1:12pm
The company's managing director, Stephen Thompson, is an ex-infantry Warrant Officer First Class (W01). As daft as it now seems, he didn't introduce The Specialist Military CV into the company's product range until just over two years ago. His wife mentioned casually in conversation that the Armed Forces were probably his "niche market", and he realised he had only written a handful of CV's for people leaving the military over the company's 14 year existence.
Armed Forces CV's has literally exploded since the first ad was placed in Soldier Magazine back in 2009, and Stephen now spends very little time on the civilian side of the business as a result. He writes all Armed Forces CV's personally.
Having attended and exhibited at the BFRS show in September 2010, Stephen was determined to grow the military side further and leapt at the opportunity to become one of the founder members of the Omnivil Virtual Careers Fair environment when it launched in February of this year.
The fully-functional booth holds much useful CV advice and information for people leaving the Armed Forces, and provides the opportunity for those leavers to interact personally with Stephen in real time via an appointments system to meet face-to-face via web cam. Visitors are also able to drop off copies of their current CV for expert critique, or to take advantage of Armed Forces CV's expertise to get their CV rewritten professionally.
In the short time since launch several people have had the benefit of a written appraisal of their own CV, and at least one individual has already secured an interview using the Armed Forces CV. Thanks to Omnivil!