A staffing application is a web, mobile, or desktop application that enables businesses to find and hire temporary employees. Staffing apps typically include interfaces for searching and viewing job listings, creating candidate profiles, reviewing experience qualifications, rating candidates based on performance interviews, and submitting hiring recommendations.
Staffing apps are often comparable to other recruiting and job search apps, such as LinkedIn, Monster, Indeed, and CareerBuilder. The most popular staffing apps include Upwork, Staff.com, and Snagajob.
An app that sends push notifications when a new job becomes available. New jobs will be listed with pictures, a quick description, and how much it pays.
A staffing app can grow by connecting companies with employees and job seekers with potential jobs. A staffing app must be able to accurately match job candidates with positions based on their skills and experience. This process is much easier if the hiring company uses a standardized application form that can be filled out by both employers and employees. In order to get the word out about the matching service, staffing apps need to build relationships with human resources departments at large companies which are more likely to post relevant positions on their platform.
A staffing app can face legal and reputational risks associated with the violation of state anti-discrimination legislation, as well as potential liability exposed by a failure to adhere to other federal, state or local laws. It is common for staffing platforms to utilize in-house HR and Legal teams to ensure compliance with employment regulations.