DETROIT — HiredMYway.com, a Detroit-based startup that uses a recruiter-style model to solve job board overcrowding, has opened a Chicago office and will officially launch in the market in March.
“HiredMYway.com is a growing startup, changing the way job boards will operate in the future,” said Matt Mosher, co-founder and CEO of hiredMYway.com. “Our model is results driven and is really about connecting two disconnected parties — the job seekers and hiring companies. We provide a better user experience for everyone involved and look forward to officially launching our site in the Chicago market next month.”
To date, hiredMYway.com has successfully connected and placed hundreds of job seekers with hiring companies, since the website launched in July 2011.
“HiredMYway does a great job of filtering out the non-qualified candidates and really presenting the people who are very serious about the job opportunity. The interface is user-friendly and it saves a tremendous amount of both time and money,” said Michael Goulas, Director of Human Resources/Force Multiplier of Mango Languages.
Since utilizing hiredMYway.com, Mango Languages has hired five job seekers through the site.
“Not only are people extremely enthusiastic about getting a new job, but they get a bonus when getting hired, which just makes the experience that much better. We are extremely happy with the partnership we have established with hiredMYway and we keep them top of mind for any future hires that we have,” adds Goulas.
HiredMYway.com is different from traditional job boards because it eliminates the exorbitant cost employers traditionally pay to post their jobs online. On hiredMYway.com, companies only pay when they make a hire. Additionally, job seekers can submit their resume into a smaller pool of applicants with the guarantee it will be viewed. Every job on the website offers a hiring and referral bonus of up to $4,000 to increase exposure and attract top-notch candidates.
“When you use the tokens it’s like yes, somebody will view this. It’s cool to have that option of what sets you apart from being a more serious job seeker versus someone that is casually looking for a job,” said Meagan Snavely, a former job seeker.