New Delhi, Feb 1 (ANI): After successfully launching its services in Mumbai and Pune, Aasaanjobs is now set for a launch of its recruitment portal for entry level and blue collar workers and job seekers based in the capital.
“The job market in Delhi is ripe with opportunities. Migration from neighboring cities/states creates an exodus of people who still lack access to a regulated job search mechanism. Our particular aim is to reach out to all these people by finding the best professional avenues for them based on their skill sets,” said Dinesh Goel, founder and CEO, Aasaanjobs.
“This also eases the pressure off companies who are looking to hire but don’t have the time to micromanage and screen through to get the best candidate for the job. We have started catering to a number of clients that we had acquired already from Mumbai and Pune, which should give us a good head start for this city,” added Goel.
The company’s diligently created and managed repertoire of job seekers and hiring companies is adept at narrowing the search down through a tech-enabled system. It has a multilingual website that engages with people from diverse backgrounds apart from a user-friendly WAP website for those who don’t own smartphones.
The Aasaanjobs app can be accessed by a job seeker to sift through job openings, seek feedback, schedule interviews and track progress literally on-the-go. They can also indulge in selfie videos that speed up the hiring process while cutting unnecessary delays.
The portal’s focused approach and proactive understanding of the recruiter requirements have given it a professional edge. Aasaanjobs’ verified database and one-click feedback mechanism that is well integrated with the job seeker’s rating enable prospective employers to make hiring decisions smartly. Their service is tailored to offer contract staffing services that can also handle bulk hiring right to the point of payroll disbursement and compliance management
Aasaanjobs intends on making in-roads into three more cities in the future. To this end, it is also onboarding 200 new employees to strengthen its operations. (ANI)