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SocialSauce Solves Enterprise Recruitment Dilemma with Mobil

What’s being announced: SocialSauce provides mobile recruitment solution
Who’s the target audience: Companies doing hiring
Why the news is important: Mobile is growing, companies need to respond
Target keywords: mobile recruiting, mobile recruitment, mobile recruitment platform, enterprise recruitment, New Zealand hiring, New Zealand recruiting

SocialSauce Solves Enterprise Recruitment Dilemma with Mobile

Social recruitment company offers New Zealand’s first solution for mobile recruitment

Auckland, 22nd January 2013 – SocialSauce, a leading social recruitment firm, today announces New Zealand’s first mobile recruitment platform allowing any enterprise to make existing job listings useful for smartphone users. The platform empowers companies to transform job descriptions and branding materials into a format that is easy to use on a mobile device, providing a better experience for job applicants and a larger candidate pool for companies seeking talent.

“More than two thirds of job hunters use mobile to search for jobs,” says Kirsti Grant, Director of SocialSauce. “Many jobs are often first discovered on a mobile device, but few enterprises have invested in mobile technology for recruitment thus far. SocialSauce is pleased to be able to help companies give potential employees a better first impression of their business on mobile, without investing significant time or money.”

SocialSauce has exclusively partnered with mobile technology company SnapHop to offer SnapHop’s mobile recruitment platform, RecruitingHop, in Australia and New Zealand. RecruitingHop integrates with existing enterprise recruitment platforms to preserve workflows, can be implemented within a week, and is fully branded to showcase the hiring company’s strengths. In addition, RecruitingHop provides comprehensive behaviour analytics that help HR managers evaluate and refine their social and mobile recruiting strategies.
“In less than two years, the majority of people will use mobile devices as the primary way to access information,” asserts Wen Tian, co-founder and CEO at SnapHop. ”Companies need to be ready for this shift. SnapHop and SocialSauce can help them get there.” Tian continues, “We are excited about this partnership. Combining SnapHop's cutting-edge mobile technology with SocialSauce's social recruiting expertise and knowledge of the New Zealand and Australian markets will create effective mobile and social recruitment solutions for companies in this region.”

“I have been very impressed with RecruitingHop’s ease of use,” adds Grant. “Optimising your website for mobile is often put in the ‘too hard’ or ‘too expensive’ basket, so I’m happy to bring a mobile recruiting solution that is affordable and easy to use to the New Zealand and Australian markets.”

Anyone interested in finding out more about SnapHop and SocialSauce is encouraged to get in touch with Kirsti Grant by emailing kirsti@socialsauce.me or by phone at 021 83 55 66.

About SocialSauce: SocialSauce was founded in July 2012 and offers a variety of solutions around the development and implementation of social media for recruitment strategies, platform training, reporting and technology implementation. Connect with Kirsti Grant from SocialSauce via www.socialsauce.me, email kirsti@socialsauce.me or phone 021 83 55 66

About SnapHop: SnapHop provides enterprise mobile solutions for a variety of vertical markets, including marketing, media, events, and recruiting. The SnapHop mobile content management platform allows companies to bring enterprise mobile solutions to market quickly and easily. For more information, visit http://snaphop.com


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