The Luxembourg-based hiring platform will make its job offers available to job seekers registered at the national employment agency.
The hiring platform is available via a mobile app and a website. Users can create a profile, edit their applications and chat with hiring companies. According to the startup’s cofounder Polina Montano, short and long-term employment contracts can be secured within 24 hours.
“The platform allows employers and candidates to communicate instantly through its direct chat function, thus providing more informal and natural communication for young job seekers, and giving immediate results to recruitment managers who are often pressed for time,” explained ADEM.
Job offers published on JOB TODAY will be automatically integrated into the job board, the job database operated by ADEM and made accessible to job seekers. Job seekers can also publish their profile on JOB TODAY.
“ADEM wants to continue on this path and remains open to partnerships with other online recruitment platforms. This strategy is also part of the employment partnership between our agency and the Luxembourg Business Union (UEL),” ADEM continued.
In 2019, ADEM launched a series of partnerships dedicated to the automatic transfer of job offers. The important administrative simplification aims to facilitate the communication of open positions by companies.
ADEM’s current partners include Luxembourg startup Skeeled, the Horesca and its website, RTL (Jobdag), as well as Deloitte and Post, which automatically transfer their job offers into the database of the employment agency.
In 2020, JOB TODAY has been nominated as Technology Pioneer by the World Economic Forum for its “achievements in the field of recruitment”.
The company claims over 8 million users and 200 million applicants to its customers. 70% of its users are aged between 18 and 35. Since its launch it has served over 850.000 small and medium businesses.
“The concept caters to the needs of small businesses and satisfies the demands of younger generations, bringing immediacy and ease to blue collar hiring,” says JOB TODAY’s co-founder.
Launched in May 2015 in Barcelona and Madrid, the 50 person-company is headquartered in Luxembourg City and also operates in London and the US.