PRESS: #SmartWorking Career Site: Abodoo – On a Mission to Capture Wexford IT Talent
SmartWorking Career Site: Abodoo – on a mission to capture Wexford IT Talent
Abodoo – the intuitive careers site which promotes remote and flexible working announces it is working with Wexford County Council and Enterprise Ireland to capture statistics on local talent. The Council is keen to promote the area of north Wexford to businesses looking to expand or relocate staff and is confident that once businesses realize the wealth of IT professionals in the area they will be keen to invest and locate in Gorey.
Gorey based Abodoo is encouraging locals within an hours commute of the north Wexford town, to register on their site so that they can provide statistics and an overview to the council of the number of professionals in the area and a snapshot of the specific skills available. This report will be used to tempt businesses (and jobs) into the region, improving both career opportunities and work:life balance of IT professionals who want to work locally and avoid long commutes.
Abodoo is keen to stress that individual details will not be released at any time to third parties. The site maintains complete confidentiality and in fact all candidates remain anonymous on the site and contact details are released to employers only when the candidate receives a matched role and agrees to release their details to the employer. This means that candidates can be secure in the knowledge that their profile is private at all times.
Abodoo is the only free to access site of its kind. Registered users will have access to flexible career opportunities which match their skills. There’s no need to search, the smart algorithms do the work for you. Candidates simply register and sit back to wait for their dream job to come to them.
Why Abodoo? We are trailblazers of the Smart Working Revolution. All of the roles on the site offer flexibility, based from Home or Hubs in local communities. We are fighting to reduce commuting, to open up career opportunities to talent who don’t want to, or simply cannot travel into cities for work, for people who need the flexibility that a home or field based role offers.
The Home: Hub: Hybrid model opens up a new way of working to a variety of people, from working parents to carers, disabled groups and mature workers.
There are big benefits to registering with Abodoo and finding a remote role including saving time and money.
Sue Marshall, CEO of Abodoo commented:
‘We need IT professionals in Wexford and surrounding area to sign up to the site. At this time of year many people reflect on their work:life balance, questioning whether the commute to the city and the high levels of stress associated with this are worth it. There is no need to compromise on your career, just because you don’t want to spend several hours a week getting to an office. Work happens in Brains – Not In Offices and the roles on the site reflect this with a flexible, smart approach to work.’
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Abodoo is an intuitive online platform that unites companies with permanent remote workers globally.
We are the conduit for people, with the relevant skills, aptitude and connectivity with companies looking for remote workers to reduce costs and capacity requirements without compromising on employee care or quality.
Companies seeking growth and advancement or recalibrating their working model are able to source skilled workers without the physical overhead and resources needed in the typical workplace. Remote workers are given the opportunity for permanent work from remote locations or external hubs utilising their home environment and progressing their career path without the need to relocate. Matching through company specified criteria and jobseeker response, along with additional information such as profile, video profile and broadband testing goes beyond traditional sites, enabling a more intelligent matching of skills and experience. The Vision To be the No. 1 remote career site globally for companies and the largest online community for smart workers.