Bayt.com's JobsLite allows SMEs to enjoy professional hiring for free
Source: BI-ME , Author: Posted by BI-ME staff
Posted: Sun July 29, 2012 10:31 am

UAE. Employers looking to sample the benefits of state-of-the-art hiring need look no further than Bayt.com’s latest employer offering, JobsLite. 

Bayt.com, the region’s number one job site, is offering employers access to JobsLite entirely for free, allowing them to post job adverts online that will reach the leading site’s database of over 8,250,000 registered professionals. 

JobsLite will empower smaller employers with very limited hiring budgets to advertise to Bayt.com’s vast database of professionals for free and with many of the same tools, technologies and functionalities that are available to Bayt.com’s community of blue-chip clients who use Bayt.com’s full-tier Premium Job Posting products. 

The product is designed to add value to the regional job market by enabling employers who could previously not afford to advertise positions to do so and thereby further provide added career opportunity to the region’s professionals and increased transparency and momentum to the regional recruitment landscape in general. 

In addition to being able to post up to five job listings per account, each of which will be valid for 30 days, employers using JobsLite will be able to access Bayt.com’s state-of-the-art proprietary Applicant Management tool.  They will also have extended access to applicants after jobs expire, and the ability to partake in smart filtering of applicants using a version of the site’s highly popular, industry-leading InstantMatch tool. Bayt.com is particularly renowned for the depth and breadth of its professional candidate database and its strengths across industries, job roles and career levels. In fact, employers can close vacancies from entry level to senior executive and C-Suite. 

Employers using JobsLite will have the benefit of publishing their jobs online on the region’s most trafficked jobsite and using industry-leading tools and technologies to target the most relevant jobseeker traffic.  Bayt.com’s JobsLite provides a viable solution for employers with budget limitations, particularly SME employers and startups, and it empowers them to swiftly migrate online.
 
“JobsLite is representative of Bayt.com’s continuous efforts to contribute to the region’s job market, which is an integral part of our corporate mission. We are always seeking innovative ways to create more career opportunities and help jobseekers find their dream jobs. Likewise, we want to make the candidate-seeking process as simple and accessible as possible to employers of all sizes and from all industries, which is why Bayt.com’s 100 per cent free JobsLite facility is a vital tool for employers with budget limitations who need talent but cannot otherwise have effective access to the job market,” said Suhail Masri, Vice President of Sales, Bayt.com. “JobsLite, and other features on Bayt.com, empower professionals across the region to lead their lifestyle of choice, primarily through facilitating better careers and more job market transparency and opportunties.”

To find out more about JobsLite, please visit www.bayt.com/en/ecom-job-postings.

About Bayt.com
Bayt.com is the largest and most relevant community of professionals interested in the MENA region, with over 8,000,000 registered jobseekers and 40,000 employers. Bayt.com has 11 regional offices, more than 200 staff and a 12 year track record of successfully matching the region’s top talent with top employment opportunities at every career level, in every industry.

 

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