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Gigajob Philippines Presentation

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Gigajob Philippines provides a platform for employers, job seekers and recruiters to connect. The service is completely free for job seekers and employers can avail a free basic service.

Gigajob Philippines offers a wide range of job offers and CVs which are regularly updated. Job seekers can create and uplaod their profiles for free and they can contact potential companies through Gigajob contact form. Employers can access the CV database completely free of cost and contact potential candidates through Gigajob contact form . The navigation of the website is well organized and intuitive. Users can also benefit from free email alerts, in order to be updated about new ads that match their search criteria.

 

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Summary: Netzmarkt, a software development company, popped up Germany in the 90s and 10 years later in 2005, they created Gigajob. What makes Gigajob amazing is its free access to CVs, job offers and job posting. The team that runs Netzmarkt is exactly the same as the one running every Gigajob generalist job board worldwide (the same photos are on both websites). The team is made up of a diverse mix of culturally different people, which probably explains their international success. They have 642 followers on Twitter and 7 950 on Facebook for all their websites (which is very low). Despite being an interesting job board, their biggest flaw is probably not appealing to the jobseeker as much as the recruiter. It is the 37 180th most active website worldwide (which is pretty good!) and it is 378th on the list of the most visited job boards. However, it is not possible to know which country the activity is coming from.

Design:  Gigajob probably won’t be winning any beauty pageants anytime soon, but the website is easy to use. The logo looks like a person trying to touch its feet, but the creativity stops there. There are no adverts, the overall colour is grey and the only branding is the logo next to the job offers. Since they have two distinct audiences, they have two panels at the top of the page: “find a job”/”find a CV” and “Post a job”/post a CV”. Easy! When it comes to browsing the job offers, you have a search engine (keywords and location), and some suggested “filters” (professions, categories, regions).

The job board objective: Gigajob doesn’t bother with showy images and special features. You want a job? Here are job offers. You want a CV? Here are CVs.

Recruiter observations: It’s very easy to create an account (and you don’t need to include a photo or the company name if you don’t want to) and you can use the same one for all the different Gigajob websites. You can only post one advert per offer but you can advertise for many positions at once. The advert is up in minutes! If you want to contact a jobseeker, you need to have an advert on the website because they then send your advert to the candidate who can choose to apply or not. When looking through the CVs, you have “popular categories” and “popular professions” to help you look. Unfortunately, I could not retrieve the contact information from the applications.

Jobseeker observations: It’s very easy to create an account. Some of the information can remain private (name, age and gender) and it is very easy to apply to job offers (you just send you profile to the company).

The job offers: The job offers have more than doubled since last year, from 32 000 to 72 019 job offers. However, there are only 38 332 CVs. Clearly, Gigajob needs to work on attracting Filipino jobseekers to their website. The popular professions are nurse, clerk, manager, engineer and teacher.

Reactivity: There is no need to contact the team for free advertising. You can, however, write to them through the “About” section.

Special features: Free job posting.

Verdict: Gigajob offers free and fast job posting. You probably shouldn’t rely solely on their services, but if you are advertising, you should definitely consider putting a job offer on their website.

Written by Ali Neill

As the job board tester and blog editor for the Jobboard Finder, Ali works on job boards from all around the world and keeps a close eye on the recruitment trends thanks to a number of sources, including the website's social media pages.


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Cooperations with other jobsites from Philippines.

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Offering a paid service for employers additional to the free services.

Offering different types of ad options: Double run-time, Urgent, Highlight.

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Working together with other job boards from Philippines.

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