Dallas, TX (PRWEB) August 16, 2013
Inkler’s vision is unprecedented, as they not only provide a connection site for unemployed job seekers and employers, but they are also dedicated to aggressively promoting the exceptional skills of the unemployed community to businesses and recruiters.
“Too many employers brush off the unemployed believing that they are inferior workers”, said John Ahrens, founder of Inkler. “In reality, many of these people are the victims of a poor economy, a struggling company, mergers, and other company-related actions. They are capable and hardworking, and their unemployment is not due to their performance, lack of ability, effort or desire.”
Although Inkler.org was developed to connect job seekers and employers, the site also provides invaluable resources to assist both parties.
Job Seekers can create a unique profile, upload a video résumé, form helpful teams with other unemployed job seekers, participate in supportive forum discussions and write articles about what is on their minds.
Employers can use Inkler.org to conduct comprehensive candidate searches using the Site’s advanced search module. As an example, they could search for a marketing person who lives within 25-miles, has a Masters Degree, will accept contract work for a rate of $40-$50 per hour. Once they have narrowed their list of candidates, they can view their complete profile and contact them with one click of their mouse.
For registered job seekers and employers, the site and all its features are free.
“Through the talent of our member database, our goal is to show indisputably that the unemployed are not only qualified, but they offer several benefits to employers”, said Ahrens. To start, they can save companies thousands of dollars by eliminating extensive searches. They are also much more flexible in regard to salary, work arrangements (e.g. part-time, contract, temporary, etc.), extensive travel and even relocation. And the biggest value is that they are ready to start working and contributing to a company’s success today!
You can view the site at http://www.inkler.org.