From accounting jobs to sales jobs and everything in between, EmploySee’s fully-automated employment website is revolutionizing job searching.
The platform allows employers and recruiters to request and schedule interviews directly with job seekers who have created EmploySee accounts. This process streamlines the job search process by taking out the middlemen and directly connecting job seekers with employers.
“There is a grossly underserved community of people with technical skills who aren’t getting the recognition they deserve through traditional public job posting websites,” said EmploySee founder Samuel Reed. “We hope to be the lens through which these job seekers can become more visible to recruiters.”
Using EmploySee is simple and free for job seekers. They only submit their credentials once to be seen by all recruiters on the website hiring for all jobs. This significantly speeds up the process to find a job by eliminating applications and skipping right to the interview offer.
“Employers reach out first after they find a candidate they’re interested in,” explained Reed. “There’s no need for résumés and time-wasting lengthy applications because you let the job come to you with EmploySee.”
EmploySee’s filtering algorithms allow employers to isolate the most qualified candidates for each job position. Employers then show their job position only to these ideal candidates, which saves time and resources on dead-end applicants who have exaggerated their qualifications. For example, an employer can send their remote accounting job details only to people who are interested in remote work with a CPA license. This saves the recruiter time doing background checks and conducting interviews only to discover the applicant isn’t interested in remote jobs or doesn’t have a CPA license.
Employers also can report job seekers they deem to have suspicious qualifications, which EmploySee moderators personally investigate. Job seekers are banned from the site if they list exaggerated or false credentials, and is enforced by requiring each account to be verified via cellphone number.
Employers only pay for results on EmploySee with the website’s pay-per-interview pricing structure that varies based on the job seeker’s experience.
Reed said, “EmploySee costs only $50-$200 per interview. Compare that to the average total cost to hire an entry-level accountant through a headhunter being approximately $13,000. By cutting out the middleman, we save employers time and money while recruiting.”
For more information about EmploySee, visit www.EmploySee.com