October 18, 2018
Staffing Website Hopes to Compete with “big job boards;”
‘PYNOT’ Uses Video Entries for Job Hiring to Help Applicants Stand Out
Job hiring portal adds a fully integrated website component in addition to
iPhone mobile application
PYNOT (Put Your Name Out There), a locally engineered tech approach to job searching – has added a fully integrated website component to bring more efficiency to hiring. The company launched their website and app last month.
Job seekers can browse the website or app for relevant job positions and apply with an optional 60-second video, produced right on their own phones. In addition, PYNOT organizes all their applications and allows for optional resumes to be featured on their profile. A business can also make a profile video so a job seeker can be introduced to hiring managers and potential workspaces.
“We made improvements to our website so we can compete with the big job boards.
Hiring managers can now directly input more job listings,” said Chris Nichols, CEO of PYNOT. “Our product exists to make the job hiring and the application process more efficient for everyone. Especially small and midsize hospitality based organizations who have been priced out of modern technology and organizational tools.”
Nichols added: “Video is a big part of our culture today, and we wanted to find a way to weave it into the job search experience to increase transparency for all parties involved. No one wants to waste time. A business should not have all the say in the matter.”
The website and app allow hiring managers to find qualified candidates with a click of a button. PYNOT services industries that rely on recruiting employees with special skills: food and beverage, hospitality, sales, health, beauty, fitness, retail, customer service, and any other job where passion, personality or skill could be put on display.
Hiring managers then view the applicants’ video entries to determine who merits a face-to-face meeting. Initial recruiting can be done from anywhere, which saves managers time and limits excuses for not constantly recruiting. The app also includes a feature that allows employers to list 3 written questions, business profile video (applicants can see their new workspace/ meet hiring managers), and encourages seekers to upload their resumes.
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