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- Artificial Intelligence to create profiles to candidate and employer according to CV, job offers and previous actions
- Sophisticated crawlers over social networks
- Posting job is free
- Enhanced job search platform, mobile app and website.
Jobboard Finder’s opinion
Summary: Mploy, which was once called Chiki Chaks, belongs to Ariel Pinian and is new on the Israeli market. It was created in 2016 but it already has many job offers and a small group of followers on Facebook: 240. To use Mploy, the app is the best way to go.
Design: The homepage is simple, with no images, just a modern design and the usual tools for a job search: a search engine (location and keywords), different job categories and the app. The log is a hand flicking its fingers, which implies it’s that easy to find work through Mploy. Once in the job listing, the filters include the working hours, the type of job, the role, the location and the radius. You can also select other criteria, like the age group, the experience, the targeted audience, etc. The offers are sorted in order of newness, proximity or relevance. You can see the publication date, the location and keywords. You can even call companies directly when they have provided a phone number. There are a few adverts in the job listing, but nothing too distracting. The job offers are usually short, and appear with boxes of similar jobs underneath.
The job board objective: Mploy encourages candidates and recruiters to use its app. It aims to help jobseekers apply for work anywhere.
Recruiter observations: You can advertise for free, but if you don’t speak Hebrew, you’re going to struggle because the form cannot be translated. Recruiters select keywords to feature at the bottom of their job offer.
Jobseeker observations: It’s easy to create an account and apply to job offers, but everything is back to front, which can be confusing.
The job offers: According to the site, there are 13 997 job offers. There are many sales insurance jobs and most of the offers are for temp jobs.
Reactivity: The team answers quickly, even on weekends.
Special features: The explanatory drawing in the “About us” section; the rubbish bin on offers you don’t want (to hide them); the Skype options.
Verdict: Like with most Israeli job boards, the language options always pose a problem. That said, Mploy is very easy to use, the team answers quickly, the posting is free and the job offers get right to the point. We’ll have to see how it pans out over time, but things are looking good for Mploy.
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