Why Mobile Job Search is Even Bigger Than You Think

  • Why Mobile Job Search is Even Bigger Than You Think - Liz Dillon

    Everyone knows mobile is a big deal. But it can be make-or-break deal for restaurant, retail and hospitality businesses that are hiring this season—which 97% say they are. That’s because Snagajob’s recent ‘State of the Hourly Worker’ survey found 82% of hourly job seekers are now searching for jobs from their phone Knowing how people are… read more

  • The 3 On-the-Job Perks That Will Win You the Best Applicants Every Time - Jenny Lewandowski

    Nearly every service-industry employer (97 percent) is hiring this summer, so standing out in a sea of “Now Hiring” signs is key to getting great candidates. It’s also really difficult. What on-the-job perks are you promoting to potential new hires right now? Are they enough to make job seekers want to work for your brand… read more

  • When & How to Win the Best Summer Hires - Jenny Lewandowski

    As my high school basketball coach used to say, “If you’re early, you’re on time, and if you’re on time, you’re late.” The same goes for summer hiring. If your organization isn’t already actively planning and recruiting for Q2/summer job openings, you’re behind the ball. Every year, Snagajob surveys 1,000 restaurant, retail and hospitality employers to… read more

  • Giving Thanks to Your Hourly Workers - Jenny Lewandowski

    Working an hourly job is … “ … like playing in an orchestra. It’s not about what you do alone but what you create together,” said Peter Harrison, CEO of Snagajob. “ … way more difficult than I remembered. It takes constant concentration, attention to detail and patience,” said Jocelyn Mangan, Chief Operating Officer of… read more

  • Part II: The New Face of Today’s Hourly Worker - Jenny Lewandowski

    How to attract applicants and avoid drop-off In a world where unemployment is low and the war for talent is escalating, it’s a worker’s world. Today’s hourly job seekers have choices; they know they can be selective. That’s why Snagajob and LinkedIn teamed up to surface insights that help employers like you take the guesswork… read more

  • Why Dr Pepper Snapple Group Is Obsessed with Being a Candidate Evangelist (and you should be, too) - Jenny Lewandowski

    Having 20,000 team members across more than 130 locations (and everywhere in between in the field), you might think that hiring – in particular, providing a great candidate experience – would be tough. And it is. But it’s the piece of the puzzle that Snagajob customer, Dr Pepper Snapple Group, takes utmost pride in. In… read more

  • Snagajob Appoints Former Upwork CEO to Board of Directors - Jenny Lewandowski

    Arlington, Virginia – March 3, 2017 – Snagajob, America’s largest marketplace for hourly work, today announced updates to its board and executive leadership team. Labor market innovator Fabio Rosati, former Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Upwork, joins former CEO of OpenTable and other industry leaders on Snagajob’s Board of Directors. Snagajob also promoted former Chief… read more

  • Service Industry Experts Gather for HourMinds 2017 - Jenny Lewandowski

    Founders of Shake Shack and Care.com to Keynote Snagajob’s Annual Conference Arlington, Va. – February 27, 2017 – Snagajob, America’s largest marketplace for hourly work, today announced the full program for HourMinds 2017, the nation’s leading conference on the hourly service industry, taking place May 15-17 in Charleston, South Carolina, which was recently ranked by… read more

  • Snagajob Named Top Business Experience by UX Magazine - Jenny Lewandowski

    Technology has changed the way we do business and experience everyday life. Here at Snagajob, our goal is to create a world where anyone can get the work or workforce they want, wherever and whenever they want. To do that, our job seekers’, employees’ and employers’ experience has to be spot on. That’s why we’re… read more

  • How to Help an Employee with a Drug or Alcohol Problem - Jenny Lewandowski

    No employer wants to face drug or alcohol problems in the workplace — unless you’re Michael Scott organizing an intervention for Meredith after her hair catches on fire from boozing, in an episode of “The Office.” But the reality is that as many as 60 percent of those with chemical dependencies are employed in full-time… read more