SaSR Launches New Mobile Website

Share Article

Mobile website is user friendly and optimized for smartphones or other web-enabled devices

temp labor, retail, staffing, Set and Service Resources
This new mobile version allows associates to stay up to date and ahead of the game with job notifications and tasks they need to complete.

Set and Service Resources, America's leading provider of Retail Staffing and Temp Labor, announced today that it has launched a mobile version of its proprietary workforce management system. Accessible from any smartphone, tablet or other web-enabled mobile device, the site connects on- the-go associates with SaSR’s retail jobs portal.

The new website is mobile friendly and optimized to load quickly for small screens. It provides mobile users with the ability to apply for jobs, review their assignments, confirm assignments, report time and check in at the job. Text and navigation buttons are easily navigated with fingers instead of a mouse and keyboard.

“Many of our retail associates are away from their computers while working in the field” said CEO Erik Hanvey. “This new mobile version allows associates to stay up to date and ahead of the game with job notifications and tasks they need to complete.”

Associates can login to the mobile version of the site at http://www.myhireflex.com/m from any web-enabled phone or device to test drive the New Mobile Website.

About Set and Service Resources
Set and Service Resources is a leading provider of retail staffing services in the US. We provide temporary labor and permanent placements for Merchandisers, Installers, Project Managers, Sales Associates, Store Managers, Event Marketers and Demonstrators. Set and Service Resources has a national database active jobs seekers local to your retail locations and has filled over 100,000 retail jobs. For more information about SASR's service offerings, contact David Petrovich at (919) 741-5642 or email at dpetrovich(at)sasrlink(dot)com. Visit us on the web at http://www.sasrlink.com.

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

David Petrovich
Follow us on
Visit website