Searching for a job can be a long and arduous process, especially when you don’t want your current employer you are on the hunt for something better. However, one London-based company has just made it a whole lot easier:
Hire My Friend is a new social platform with a simple aim: help you get the amazing job you’ve always wanted!
Also Read: How Recruiters Use Social Media
Hire My Friend is a service that invites people to create an anonymous profile, listing their skills and specifying the kinds of jobs they are looking for.
Users can then request tweets and endorsements from their Twitter friends, which will move them up in the candidate list. Employers can also make accounts and search for candidates based on skills, or post any available positions.
If a member spots a job post that looks like a good fit for a friend, they can recommend their friend to the company.
Employers pay a £20 fee to send a message to a candidate, and the candidate can choose to either reveal their identity and set up a meeting, or reject the offer. Seems like a fair monetization plan.
You get it now, Hire My Friend works on the concept with which people always get new jobs: recommendation. And all you need to start creating your anonymous profile, is to sign on the platform with your Twitter account.
Try it now by clicking here.
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