We’ve incorporated the valuable feedback from our customers to make our job site even better. Our product releases in 2014 will help our customers find better talent easily and shorten overall hiring cycles.
New York, NY (PRWEB) December 30, 2013
Employyd, a fast growing social recruitment job board, announces new features for 2014, including a plan to release mobile phone version of the app. This announcement came just days after product received many new updates and visual improvements.
Founded with angel investment, Employyd is gearing up for its new round of funding. The additional funding will help build platform further. The future plans for the Employyd platform includes releasing mobile phone applications for iPhone and Android smart phones. Application will see more robust integration with social platforms, expand the list of platforms it integrates with, and add a laundry list of new features.
"Employyd’s client base is growing very rapidly," said Asher Weinstein, Employyd’s Director of Business Development. "We’ve incorporated the valuable feedback from our customers to make our job site even better. Our product releases in 2014 will help our customers find better talent easily and shorten overall hiring cycles," Asher added.
Employyd is a full-featured social recruitment platform that allows employers to post jobs for free on a branded career site. Employers can also share jobs posted on Employyd with their social networks on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter. Employyd allows candidates posting a video resume along with their job applications. Since its beta release earlier this year, Employyd has attracted thousands of companies and job seekers to use its recruitment platform. This rapid growth is largely attributed to the social recruitment and video resume features. ADT, Renesas, LiveOps, ESG, McIntosh Staffing Resources, Jabot, EveryDay Health, Charles River Management, Adecco, Sanford Rose Associates, and several other companies use Employyd as their recruitment tool.
“Even though there are several job boards, employers still find it difficult to locate best talent available for their jobs. It also costs $350 - $400 for a single job ad that small businesses may not be able to afford. So there is a void and we are trying to fill that with our platform,” Asher said.
The way employers find job seekers has been changing. According to a study by Bersin & Associates, 19% of new hires are coming from online job boards, 10% from professional networking sites like LinkedIn and 1% from other social media platforms. And these numbers are growing. By combining all three types, Employyd creates a unique atmosphere to greatly help companies find new employees.
Visit http://www.employyd.com to sign up for the service and start taking advantage of this newest social recruitment software. "Employyd" mobile application for iPad and Android tablets can be downloaded from Apple app store and Google Play.