We’ve been in their shoes and know first hand that the constant employee turnover equals a hit to their bottom line. We knew there had to be a better, more efficient way to hire.
Conklin, NY (PRWEB) May 10, 2010
With the restaurant industry turnover rate at 113%, hiring has become a full time job for restaurant managers, ultimately taking them away from adding value to their business. Fortunately, restaurant jobs hiring is changing thanks to Wyckwyre.com. WyckWyre saves its customers time and money by filtering the flood of applicant responses and delivering only the most qualified candidates.
Traditionally, restaurateurs, when searching for help, stick with what they know and post they’re opening on an internet job board or possibly they use old-school method of a paper-plate help wanted sign in the window.
The inherent problem with this is the large investment of time, money and energy that must be expended in order to now sort through the flood of responses to identify, contact, interview and hire a qualified candidate.
Restaurateurs who have used the system say that the efficiency in which the WyckWyre applicant processing system brings to the table, is worth its weight in gold. “We’ve been in their shoes and know first hand that the constant employee turnover equals a hit to their bottom line” said Julie Lovelass, WyckWyre.com Administrator. “We knew there had to be a better, more efficient way to hire.”
At its basic level, WyckWyre charges customers per each job post. The cost of this service starts as low as $189. WyckWyre.com offers group pricing based on the type of position being posted, therefore, making the restaurant job search for any and every position cost effective. There are no fees for the job applicants.
What does a restaurant get for all this?
“The return is really in efficiency,” said Lovelass. “As the restaurant uses the system for a few hires they begin to see a pretty significant time savings. For every minute these guys spend dealing with hiring headaches, they’re not doing the things that really grow their business, and their bottom line takes a hit.”
WyckWyre.com has also started their new internal blog page and social media pages, (Facebook/Twitter), which will become a hub for restaurant management discussion and insight.