ShapeShifter

Giraffe mobile app is making waves in the job recruitment market

Guraffe is a mobile/internet platform that helps businesses to find medium skilled staff faster and cheaper than any other way. A medium skilled person is someone who earns between R 3000 and R 13000 per month.

Anish Shivdasani, CEO Giraffe

Shivdasani says in the blue collar environment it includes jobs like waiters, waitresses, drivers and factory workers. In the white collar environment it includes areas like call centre agents, junior admin staff and entry level bookkeepers.

Out sweet spot right now is retail and call centre.

Anish Shivdasani, CEO Giraffe

We have about 100 000 job seekers that have registered on Giraffe in the last 12 months. And it is growing by 500 to 1000 a day. And that is with virtually no marketing.

Anish Shivdasani, CEO Giraffe

Shivdasani says a job seeker can simply register on Giraffe by going to job.giraffe.co.za and using their cell phone, create a CV. And it is all free for the job seeker.

Employers go to the website and fill in a simple questionnaire about what exactly they are looking for.

He describes the details of how the process works.


This article first appeared on 702 : Giraffe mobile app is making waves in the job recruitment market


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