Match and Chat with Talent Through nspHire

November 2, 2014

10:00 am

Tired of sifting through resumes and cover letters?

nspHire, a job matching app for employers and job seekers, makes it simple for employers to hire candidates for freelance, full-time, and part-time positions; internships; and virtual assistant jobs.

How does nspHire work?

nspHire allows users to quickly screen employers or job seekers by swiping left or right in the app. Once a match is made, employers and job seekers can chat about employment opportunities.

There are two different push notifications that allow users to be active or passive when searching for jobs or candidates. When a mutual match is made, employers and candidates can chat directly through the app.

For employers: Instead of digging through stacks of resumes, employers can quickly find the right talent and get matched with a candidate that fits their needs.

Employers can simply upload job opportunities for free in the app. Once a match is made, employers can chat with candidates to learn more about their skills, experience, and personality.

For candidates: Freelancers and job seekers can important their LinkedIn profile and select their visibility options. This means, if you don’t want to reveal your current employer, you can hide its name.

Pros of nspHire

  • Free to use for job seekers
  • Strong privacy settings
  • Saves time during the hiring process

Cons of nspHire

  • Currently only available for Android; iOS app available after Nov. 1
  • Price per chat for employers is $.99

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Heather R. Huhman is a career expert, experienced hiring manager, and founder & president of Come Recommended, a content marketing and digital PR consultancy for job search and human resources technologies. She is also the author of Lies, Damned Lies & Internships (2011) and #ENTRYLEVELtweet: Taking Your Career from Classroom to Cubicle (2010). Find Heather on Google+.

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