April 16, 2013
In a post-recession job market, more and more companies are leaning on temporary workers. This change means many homeowners and businesses need workers for small jobs, side jobs, contract jobs, day work, and temporary work.
Many job sites focus on filling full-time and long-term employment. But LaborFeed matches workers with employers for contract and day-work job opportunities. Founded in 2012 by Rod Adams, the site strives to connect people who need income now and those who need temporary workers today.
With LaborFeed, there are a few distinctions to separate it from other sites:
User-friendly web design. Users can post advertisements quickly. These can be for open contract jobs or for the temporary workers themselves. A simple toolbar allows you to search by category and location. After browsing, reply directly to the person who posted the ad. After the job is done, leave feedback on your experience with the worker or employer.
Rating system for educated employment decisions. Every ad has the opportunity for user-generated feedback. Take advantage of the user ratings to choose contract jobs or hire temporary workers. This feedback allows you to be more confident in your decision. Then when you’re done, return the favor by rating your experience.
Option to receive real-time job and worker ad alert emails. These alerts, called LaborFeeds, give you immediate access to newly added job opportunities or workers. Receive an email when an ad is posted in the category and city you specified.
Free to use for both the worker and the employer. Find high-quality contract jobs or temporary workers without having to pay at all for the ad.
LaborFeed is one answer to post-recession employment trends. Whether you are looking for contract jobs or to employ such workers, this site might help you find the match you’ve been looking for. To get started, visit the site.
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