Recruitsy Aims to be the Yelp! of Staffing Agencies and Recruiter Reviews

Recruitsy Recruiter reviews bring new transparency to the staffing industry with star ratings and in-depth reviews that give job seekers a better idea of what to expect.

Florida, United States - April 15, 2019 / / —

The job market is tough enough without employment agencies and recruiters wasting job seeker’s time and energies with insincere offers. What is worse is that many job seekers simply can’t differentiate between the good, the bad and the ugly so they could be missing out on truly fantastic opportunities because they have been made to doubt themselves.

Recruitsy is changing all that. With their brand new review site, the company hopes that job seekers, staffing agencies and employers will all be able to work together on a level playing field. The review site is designed to give job seekers a better idea of what a company is like and whether it could be a good fit for them. Equally, reading reviews of their company means that business owners can see the sort of impression they are giving - good or bad - and make changes accordingly.

The site relies on reviews from candidates and employers working with staffing agencies to give an idea of what their experience was like. In fact, people who have just gone for an interview are encouraged to leave reviews too - even if they don’t get the job. This is a good way to indicate what the interview experience is like at a particular company, giving other applicants a chance to fully prepare themselves.

Though Recruitsy is mainly a reviews site, the blog is a helpful resource, especially for job seekers who aren’t really sure what they should be looking for or how to work with a recruiter for the first time. The blog also offers advice to agencies and employers.

The website is really easy to navigate and visitors can refine their search using particular company names as well as using location and industry. Visitors can also apply further filters to find 5* to 1* companies. There are featured agencies on the home page which have all scored highly in the rankings as well as some of the latest reviews submitted to the site. This is a great snapshot of the site of a whole and welcomes new job seekers to a new way of doing things.

For more information about Recruitsy, please contact Kurt Smith on 9048030308, or email kurt@recruitsy.com. Please check out their website http://www.recruitsy.com for all the latest reviews and advice for job seekers, employers and recruitment agencies alike.

Contact Info:
Name: Kurt Smith
Organization: Recruitsy - Crowd Sourced Ratings & Reviews for Staffing Agencies
Address: Headquarters located in Ponte Vedra, FL
Phone: 9048030308
Website: http://www.recruitsy.com

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