This gives our customers a huge competitive advantage
Conklin, NY (Vocus) September 1, 2010
With the restaurant industry employee turnover rate at a whopping 113%, hiring employees is no stranger to the average restaurant owner or manager. Fortunately, WyckWyre.com has rolled out their latest site enhancements making the Hiring Managers experience a much more simplified and efficient process.
For decades, restaurants have used generic job boards and newspaper ads for all of their hiring needs. This method provides the manager with 1000’s of applicants to sort through; qualified, unqualified, junk and plenty of spam. For every minute the manger spends dealing with hiring headaches like sorting through the flood of applicants, they aren’t doing the things that grow their business and their bottom line takes a hit.
Thanks to the Internet newcomer, http://www.wyckwyre.com restaurant hiring has changed for good. WyckWyre’s industry specific and low cost system streamlines and enhances the familiar hiring procedure while saving the restaurateur time and money. For just a fraction of the going rate, at $99, the WyckWyre system not only posts the position to the Internet, it filters out the unqualified, junk and spam leaving the employer with only those applicants who meet their specific criteria
WyckWyre’s filtering process eliminates the extra time and added steps needed to manually sort through applications and resumes. An added feature is the fully automated ability to process all of the qualified applicants with just a click of the mouse. “This gives our customers a huge competitive advantage” said Julie Lovelass, WyckWyre Administrator “it gives them a head start to closing the deal on a qualified applicant before their competition can”.
Wyckwyre worked with Epipheo Studios, whose client list includes Google and Yelp, to create a 3-minute "Epipheo" (epiphany video) explaining the WyckWyre.com concept. You can view their Epipheo at the top of this release or via YouTube and other media sharing sites. It really boils down the concept into three entertaining minutes.