Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 26, 2008
YumYumjobs.com announces the release of the first video resume database. This one stop resource center for restaurants, night clubs, bars and hotels located at YumYumJobs.com, allows employers and managers to streamline the hiring process and allows job seekers a more efficient way of promoting themselves. This is a first mover with an industry targeted - industry specific solution that will revolutionize how restaurants, nightclubs and hotels manage the interviewing process.
YumYumjobs.com offers powerful recruiting tools that enable the employer to view pictures, video resumes and demo tapes, to search for potential servers, bartenders, barbacks, hostesses, hosts, food runners, bussers, doorman, musicians, managers, sous chefs, cooks and vendors. Why video? It allows the employer to have more of a selective look at potential candidates and revolutionizes the "Face to Face" Interview process. Meaning, it significantly reduces the amount of time employers spend for the initial interview making sure the candidate is right for the position. The goal of an interview is to make sure the candidate fits the Restaurant's image and how they present themselves. YumYumJobs.com does that for its employers and eliminates the "paper resume fiasco" allowing the employer to determine the difference between a good candidate and just a well-written resume. Bottom line: know the candidate before you interview them.
As a job seeker, musician or a distributor/vendor, adding a picture, a video resume, or demo tape allows for a better way of getting noticed, to manage their future employment and not get lost in the "shuffle". Often, it's being in the right place at the right time. These tools allow the job seeker to maintain that position at all times. Key to getting hired!
The other job posting boards out there today are still doing the same thing; using just a resume database, not to mention they lack the ability to focus on the needs of the restaurant industry. According to The National Restaurant Association, restaurants are the cornerstone of the economy, career-and-employment opportunities for millions of Americans and local communities. Therefore, the existing services offerings from conventional job boards will collapse under the weight and inability to map directly to the "specific" recruiting dynamics of the restaurant industry.
YumYumJobs.com has found their niche. With 30 years experience in the restaurant industry and the rise of video use on the Internet, it has become clear that employers and job seekers need to streamline their individual needs and video is the obvious solution.