TheJobApp, a new app set to change the temp recruitment industry has been launched to revolutionise shift working in the UK.
The unique proposition,available from mid-July, will support businesses by sourcing the best shift workers quickly and effectively allowing them to seamlessly manage their staff requirements, especially as the economy starts to bounce back from the global pandemic, while offering highly motivated shift workers a chance to be paid immediately after they finished their shift.
The new app allows businesses to easily find local shift workers who match their specific criteria and even has a star rating so you can quickly source the most reliable staff. Currently businesses have to use their own networks or expensive temp agencies who often can’t meet their specific requirements. As TheJobApp is a fully automated solution it is a much more cost-effective solution for any business in the UK.
The new app is also offering to pay shift workers immediately after theirs shifts which will not only increase motivation but also increase the demand for shift work, making it a much more attractive proposition and opening up opportunities to more demographics with the reward of instant cash. The increased demand will allow the recruiters on the app to handpick the best matched staff for their shift knowing they will be keen to impress to ensure their salary is received immediately.
Lee Purvis, CEO at TheJobApp said, “We are delighted to be launching TheJobApp to help businesses across the UK with a cost-effective solution and also offering millions of shift workers the chance to earn a salary as soon as their shift finishes.
Having previously managed organisations with huge requirements for shift workers the founders of TheJobApp know first-hand the difficulty, problems and costs involved in filling these temporary positions and how critical finding the right staff is. Being the only solution to pay staff immediately we believe is a complete game changer and will benefit both the employees and the recruiters.”