GIGIL Philippines has released this ‘Interview’ film for Jobstreet showing a series of HR interviews with odd characters who represent the typical Facebook profiles whose pictures and information are of cartoon characters, fictional companies, or just plain avatars.
JobStreet is one of the largest online job search platforms in the Philippines. To maintain their position in the market, they need more employers and business owners to list job openings with them.
In the Philippines, most HR managers still hire from social media since the country is still the social media capital of the world. While there is no guarantee that they get real job seekers on Facebook, they are also uncertain of the quality of job seekers from the said platform.
Through the series of odd yet funny encounters, the film highlights how unreliable it is to post job listings elsewhere and why JobStreet is the better choice because it’s free and it has the largest candidate pool of over 15M+ legitimate job seekers.
Agency: GIGIL Philippines
Production: Film Pabrika
Account Director: Micco Balana
Account manager: Jus Patacsil
Agency Producer: Sasa Abella
Art Director: Niña Rivera
Art Director: Joaquin Diaz
Art Director: Aja Anot
Assoc Creative Director: Soleil Badenhop
Chief Creative Officer: Badong Abesamis
Chief Creative Officer: Herbert Hernandez
Copywriter: Dey Perez
Copywriter: Zion de la Peña
Director: Carlo Directo
Managing Partner: Jake Yrastorza
Senior Planner: Nanais Hernandez
Head of Marketing: Kim Viray
Marketing Investment and Media Lead: Trisha Luna
Hirer Marketing Manager: Gian Adato
Copywriter: Ana Arcega
Marketing Executive: Augusto Zantua
Regional Head for Country Marketing: Gene Tamesis.
Regional Head of Hirer Marketing: Bridget Fong
Regional Creative Solutions Manager: Niamh Spurr