Bayt.com launches program to encourage hiring
Dubai, April 9, 2013
Bayt.com, the Middle East’s number one job site, has launched a new programme, which encourages hiring by rewarding employers for every new hire they make.
The HIRE Program encourages more companies to play a part in tackling unemployment across the Mena region. The compensation scheme is in line with Bayt.com’s mission of empowering people, fueled by the jobsite’s desire to empower employers who are committed to hiring in the region.
The loyalty programme is the first of its kind, gifting active employers free job postings that can then be used to hire even more people. In addition to that, they will be recognised for their contribution to solving unemployment in the region, with a special badge on the company’s profile on Bayt.com.
“This program is our thank you to employers who create employment opportunities, a thank you to them for hiring people and for making the region and the world a better place. The HIRE Program was created to give employers the credit that they deserve,” said Suhail Masri, vice president of Sales, Bayt.com.
“They are the most important people in the region today; they create jobs and guarantee livelihoods, and we felt it was time to recognise their efforts through this unique program.
“Bayt.com is dedicated to empowering people with the tools and knowledge that they need to build the lifestyles of their choice. Through the HIRE Program, we are facilitating this more than ever, by driving employment opportunities amongst Mena communities,” he added.
“HIRE is a natural extension of the great successes we’ve had over the past 13 years in matching between talents and companies,” Masri continued.
“Now, our goal is to up the ante by increasing hiring activity in the region itself. We know it’s a challenging goal, but when combined with our JobsLite product which offers SMEs in the Middle East 100 per cent free job postings, we’re very, very excited about the potential.” – TradeArabia News Service
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