GetHired.com Turns Hiring Into a Daily “Deal”
Leading End-to-End Hiring Solution Helps Job Seekers to Get Hired by Highlighting Five Qualified Candidates Per Day to Hiring Managers
GetHired.com, the leading end-to-end hiring solution for small- and medium-sized businesses, today announced the launch of its Job Seeker Spotlight, a free daily email for employers and recruiters that highlights up to five qualified and pre-screened job seekers per day.
The hiring process is time-consuming and expensive, and employers are struggling to find and hire the best candidates in today's competitive job search environment. Whether they are looking to fill an hourly job or a skilled position, GetHired.com’s Job Seeker Spotlight allows employers to focus their attention and efforts on five highly qualified job seekers per day – in the metropolitan area and the industry within which they are hiring – to help top talent stand out, receive proactive interview requests and get hired.
“Daily deal sites have grown in popularity because they allow large numbers of users to discover a new business in a single day,” said Suki Shah, co-founder and CEO at GetHired.com. “What we’ve done at GetHired.com is to take the deal-per-day model and apply it to the hiring process to help employers and job seekers to better connect.”
Here’s how the Job Seeker Spotlight works:
- Each day, the GetHired.com team highlights up to five qualified job seekers, in each major job category in a localized geography, to potential employers, recruiters and hiring managers via a personalized Job Seeker Spotlight email.
- Employers may instantly review the featured candidate’s video introduction, resume and letters of recommendation to see if s/he is a good fit – and then contact the candidate through GetHired.com’s automatic scheduling system.
Shah continued: “Our Job Seeker Spotlight is a conduit for job seekers to stand out and have hundreds of hiring managers learn about them in just a few hours, at no cost. As a result, employers are able to find the best candidates in a fraction of the time – while job seekers benefit from immediate, targeted exposure to hiring managers in their industry.”
Employers, recruiters and hiring managers throughout the United States can sign up to receive GetHired.com’s daily Job Seeker Spotlight email here.
Job seekers: Sign up now to be considered as the featured candidate in an upcoming daily email from GetHired.com.
Allison VanNest, 978-790-4754
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