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Staffbay.com adds two more big names to roster

Staffbay.com adds two more big names to roster

The Volkswagen Group and Serco are the latest big names to sign up to staffbay.com, the unique recruitment website.

The pair follow Rolls-Royce as the third blue-chip multinational to sign up to staffbay.com in April alone.

Tony Wilmott, co-founder of staffbay.com says: “Both Volkswagen and Serco are huge companies, and we’re delighted they’ve decided to partner with staffbay.com to find their employees. It merely highlights the changing shape of how big companies are recruiting the best talent.”

Staffbay.com, a free to use employment website, offers candidates a chance to build a multimedia profile which is searchable and viewable to potential employers.

Instead of expensive fees for adverts and database searches with no guarantee of success for employers, staffbay.com allows free vacancy advertising and free candidate database searches.

Rather than limiting candidates to an uploaded CV, staffbay.com provides a simple to use career profile builder including videos, messaging, webcam Skype chat and a whole lot more for employers to review, all designed to help candidate and employer get to know more about each other, and that's all before you even consider dedicating time, effort and travel to physical interviews.

In the first three months of 2012 the number of employers registered on staffbay.com trebled. Elliot Kidd, co-founder of staffbay.com says: “Earlier this month (April) Rolls-Royce also signed up to the website, and other big names such as Nationwide, Imperial Tobacco, The Body Shop, Avon Cosmetics and Tottenham Hotspur Football Club have all partnered with staffbay.com to find high-calibre candidates.

“These blue-chip companies are clearly seeing staffbay.com as the future of their recruitment process.”

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