Mazars’ #InsideMyPhone Global Campaign
we invite students and young professionals to experience the innovative ways its people work in today’s fast moving, dynamic world.
Participants in the immersive, interactive experience who earn badges and complete the journey get a chance to win a FREE trip and see immediate Mazars job openings.
The company’s new #InsideMyPhone campaign offers today’s job candidates a way to experience what a ‘day-in-the-life’ of a Mazars employee is really like – in the form of an interactive experience that participants can easily access on their mobile phones or laptops. The campaign kicks off on 10 October and ends in January, 2019. To try it, visit #InsideMyPhone by Mazars .
#InsideMyPhone participants earn badges as they experience how a Mazars auditor works and completes tasks throughout their day. This includes how Mazars employees engage with each other on digital platforms, how they collaborate, and even how they review new job offers and promotions.
Users that complete the journey, which includes finding an office address and connecting with colleagues in other parts of the world, receive a surprise message at the end – and the chance to win a trip to one of the following destinations: Paris, New York, Shanghai, Mexico City or Casablanca.
In a world where the digital and physical workplaces are increasingly coming together, Mazars is creating a dynamic, innovative and flexible work experience that aligns with the lives of today’s digital natives and future workers. The company currently recruits 2,800 people worldwide each year to support its global growth and expansion.
Estéfano LLonch, Mazars partner “Generation Z is now the generation that we are recruiting en masse and which will represent 50% of our workforce in the world by 2020. They are digital natives who are looking for both agile and human work experiences. Recognized for its innovative 2.0 employer branding strategy, Mazars decided to launch ‘Inside My Phone’ to show that we offer exactly that, and in more than 80 countries in the world.”