ARLINGTON, Va., Oct. 3, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Snagajob, America's largest marketplace for hourly work, announced a major relief effort to help workers and employers impacted by the most recent hurricanes, most notably Harvey and Irma, rebuild their lives. The company is offering free staffing services to business owners and job search tools to workers to quickly learn about open positions and find help with relocation needs.
"On behalf of everyone at Snagajob, our hearts go out to all those affected by these mighty storms," said Peter Harrison, CEO of Snagajob. Our hope is that through these services, we can help alleviate some of the stress our nation's workers and employers and families are facing as they look to rebuild their lives."
Hourly employers can take advantage of free job recruiting services through Snagajob until the end of October 2017. This is especially useful for hard-hit industries including retail, hospitality, and food service. To date, the company has donated an estimated $21,000 of value to hurricane victims and is excited to deliver much more. Interested employers can visit this page to learn more.
Additionally, Snagajob created a worker-specific online portal that lists available job positions in real-time. Job seekers can sign up for email alerts that allows Snagajob to connect them with employers who need to quickly hire.
With more than 80 million registered hourly workers and 300,000 employer locations, Snagajob is America's #1 online hourly marketplace. We focus on creating instant and quality connections so workers can get jobs and employers can hire workers in minutes. Since 2000, our mission has been to put people in right fit-positions so they can maximize their potential and live more fulfilling lives. Our mobile sourcing, hiring, training, scheduling and performance management tools drive results for single-location operators to Fortune 500 businesses with thousands of locations, across the restaurant, retail, hospitality and healthcare industries.
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