Leànne Viviers explains that Mintor is a first-of-its-kind chat-based youth development and employment platform. In essence, they develop chatbot tools that radically enhance HR performance and community impact. Their chatbots integrate with the most popular chat apps (e.g. Whatsapp, Telegram) and they therefore especially empower people who lack access to computers or data to apply for jobs, receive training, and benefit from other HR services.
Mintor provides businesses, government, and NPOs with chatbot tools that plug into their existing systems and then serve as an extension to efficiently communicate with and serve the jobseekers and staff that they engage with. Their chatbot tools include a CV builder, skills assessment, job application, applicant shortlisting, interview scheduler, time-and-attendance, leave request, and payslip issuing.
They also help companies to convert their existing training material into a chat-learning format and automate the learning process through a chatbot. For example, for staff onboarding, H&S, and policy training or work readiness training for jobseekers.
Leànne started her business because from a young age she had a passion for supporting youth bound by their circumstances. After 12 years of corporate and international development work in several countries, she decided it was time to leverage her skills to devise a solution that would make a marked difference in the lives of millions of unemployed youth globally. Six years ago she left her well-paid job and drew on her MBA knowledge to start a social enterprise to help neglected young talent realise their potential in a scalable and self-sustainable way.
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