LONDON, January 7, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
nextmoveup.com, a British technology start-up, is today January 7, 2016 launching and opening its doors to all job seekers, career movers and employers in the UK and abroad.
The company is a shared interest network that uses everyday video camera capabilities across smartphone, tablet and desktops and the latest database technology, to marry employees and job hunters with prospective employers.
Early stage testing has already generated interest from global businesses based in the UK.
Through its website nextmoveup.com, job hunters (from new graduates to those seeking career progression) can join for free in a matter of minutes and upload their details in text, audio and video format with just a few clicks.
Employers simply enter their specific requirements into the database in order to receive a list of videos of the most relevant candidates for each vacancy.
Upload is free for all candidates and employers pay as they go, based only on each successful appointment.
This instant access for employers reduces the need for and reliance upon traditional, time (& therefore money) demanding channels such as recruitment agencies and aggregator only websites.
"With our model employers reduce the time traditionally involved in recruiting, can cut their costs dramatically and, by fast tracking the entire process, alleviate strain on existing employees and thereby improve productivity all round," commented CEO Allan MacDonald.
"With the acknowledged rise in the use of video in so many aspects of our daily lives, it seems only logical that it is used by job hunters to reveal their true potential and maximise their opportunities. For employers it helps crystallise who they wish to see at interview stage, and all in a matter of minutes, not days or weeks. A need arises, requirements are entered into the system and all relevant and interested candidates' details & videos appear straight away, ready for analysis," continued MacDonald.
NextMoveUp Limited is registered in the UK and has been designed and built in Britain. The company is privately held and funded.