You’re searching for your next job. Reviewing jobs boards on your lunch break. Applying for the jobs which sound exciting at “that moment in time”.
But what if, instead of “settling” for what was on the jobs board that day, there was a way to identify a job you would love EVERYDAY?
Being offered a job is such an exciting feeling! You've invested time and emotion into your job search, progressed far enough through the process and now have a job offer on the table…..but did you ask enough questions to know if this is a great match for you?
If you’ve ever applied for a job, you’ll know the first thing companies request is a CV and a cover letter. This leads to jobseekers “self-marketing” and adding CV frills to stand out from other applicants. But the recruitment industry is moving online, so how important are CVs and cover letters?
At coHired, we have combined our love for people and technology to get the best outcome for recruiters and jobseekers. We are aware of the unconscious human bias prevalent in recruitment. It arises due to subjective interpretation of the information by human mind. While it is impossible to eliminate the bias in any system, it is possible to minimise it through careful and conscious considerations.
The job market is always competitive.
Standing out from other jobseekers is hard at the best of times. Adding the impact of COVID-19 and an increase of jobseekers competing, it can seem even more daunting. So now employers have more choice than ever as many jobseekers face unemployment, here’s our tips on standing out from the crowd!
The job market has just massively changed. And you’re now likely to be flooded with huge applicant numbers for your jobs, and communicating with ALL of the jobseekers can be really time consuming!
For a jobseeker, hearing back about their application is so important.
At coHired, we're passionate about matching people to jobs they'll love….but how do we know what they'll love? We'll let you in to our secret......
Finding someone who’ll love your job… easy, right?
You’ve got a great job to do, a great team to join, and it’s all with a great company.
But how about finding someone who your job will love too? Someone who’s reliable, super productive, and that stays in the role for a good length of time… that’s not so easy.
coHired, a New Zealand start-up that matches people to jobs they love, is making its platform available for free to employers.
coHired's CEO & coFounder Andrew Nicol, says coHired wants to match employers who have jobs available right now to people desperate for work, and provide free access to its entire database. "As a social business with a vision of People Matter ∴ Do Good, we believe jobs bring dignity and as unemployment looks set to rise, we want to do everything we can to get people into work by making it faster and easier for employers to find the people they need."
The future of jobs is changing and so is the way you apply for those jobs.
6 years ago (a lifetime in technology) I (Andrew Nicol CEO) wrote 14 tips to stand out when applying for a job. Well the way we apply for jobs and big data is changing the whole job seeker experience so here’s my latest tips: