Job platform Workible has today announced its partnering with recruitment agency Chandler Macleod to launch a new initiative called The Jobs Agenda. The initiative will look to tackle the levels of unemployment in Australia and help people overcome the challenges of getting a job in the 21st century.
Today job platform Workible has announced its partnership with WiC Group to expand its job reach to regional centres around Australia
The best of Sydney’s Human Resource professionals came together this week to find ways to change, improve and innovate their industry. The event was held at Commonwealth Bank’s Innovation Lab where professionals came up with some brutally honest opinions into how they feel about the current recruitment process. Four major outcomes from the event will be tested in a lean fail-fast approach over the next seven days.
Before Fiona Anson and Ali Baker had made their names as the founders of Workible, they had started a platform called HireMeUp. The company was basically a job site they started when they had the problem of trying to find work that would fit around other things and commitments they each had.
Jobs platform Workible has introduced a ‘tap and go’ feature enabling clients to recruit new employees in-store.
With the job search market becoming increasingly crowded, Australian jobs platform Workible is looking to distinguish itself from the others by focusing on social recruitment and brand engagement.
Last week I wrote about new hospitality focused recruitment tool and community hub Dippla. I talked about how they would face tough competition in the face of well funded startups such as OneShift and Workible. Especially in that hospitality and entry level job market.
I couldn’t have been more correct, as this week Workible confirmed with Startup Daily that they are about to set live a new feature called “shift swap and cover”.
Founded by Allison Baker and Fiona Anson, Workible officially launched this month after some intense BETA testing.