Upmo, a new professional social network, profiles your past and present professional experience, helped by the data contained in your LinkedIn profile (at this stage, a LinkedIn profile is required to start using the platform).
Then it matches our profile and aspirations to potential employers Workers are then able to receive scores based on their chronicled career milestones and current estimates of present-day demand in the job market. Conversely, human resource mangers are able to integrate information from their systems to better match available candidates with opportunities that are developing at their company.
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Upmo hopes to facilitate a more optimal worker placement process by helping workers map their aspirations and matching them to developing human resources needs.
Upmo is currently available as beta-version and some features might not yet be available.
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