The last thing a struggling small business owner needs right now is to shell out more money for online job postings. We created something that can truly help both business owners and job seekers get through these tough times ... to help our communities and America get back to work.
COLUMBIA, Md. (PRWEB) June 25, 2020
A new smartphone hiring app fast-tracks the hiring process to help struggling business owners and the more than 40 million workers who have lost their job amid the Covid-19 crisis.
1aJob? (pronounced “Wanna Job?”) offers a fast, easy and free way for employers to staff up with full and part-time employees, as well as short-term gig workers, without wading through endless resumes. The app offers a safe and secure way to hire in the age of social distancing, facilitating the entire process virtually —including unique embedded video interviewing—without ever leaving the app.
Employers can create an unlimited number of free job posts. Once they have identified the right hire, they can immediately make an offer on 1aJob?. Additionally, 1aJob? does not ask anyone for their payment information. Meanwhile, for job seekers, the app eliminates the often-intimidating process of filling out complicated online applications and updating resumes. Instead, they complete a simple, one-time profile and are back in the active job market in less than 10 minutes.
“Many of the existing hiring platforms end up being costly and time-consuming headaches for business owners,” said Sunny Patel, the Maryland-based cyber security specialist who created the app. “I wanted to create the most transparent, easy-to-use app that doesn’t charge any fees and doesn’t even require any payment information from employers or job candidates.”
The 1aJob? app is the product of a brainstorm that had been brewing in Patel’s mind after hearing his father’s ongoing challenge to find an efficient and cost-effective way to hire front-line employees at more than a dozen Dunkin’ franchises he owns throughout suburban Baltimore.
When the magnitude of Covid-19 crisis became clear, Patel kicked into high gear, working around the clock to get the app built and live. Initially, Patel envisioned the app as a potential money maker, but quickly shifted to rolling it out as a public service to connect cash-strapped businesses with displaced workers to restart the economy.
“The last thing a struggling small business owner needs right now is to shell out more money for online job postings,” Patel said. “We created something that can truly help both business owners and job seekers get through these tough times, so I made the decision to offer this app for free as a small way to help our communities and America get back to work. ”
For more information visit, the 1aJob website.