The point of view of the Job Seeker will determine which mobile app makes sense. If you are looking in Toronto GTA then by all means try out zenPeak Job Alerts. If you want opinions on companies and interview experiences posted by job Seekers, then try out glassdoor (although there is not much data for Canada or Toronto).
A hidden job is exactly that. It is hidden away, and doesn’t appear all over the Internet on hundreds of job boards attracting thousands of applicants.
Part of our mission is to help job seekers find full-time, salaried work in Toronto GTA. You don’t have to take our word for it.
How have we taken action? We have updated our mobile app (with more updates to come) It’s the first of its kind anywhere where tags and mapped results make it easy to find hundreds of local & hidden jobs. More? Check out the zenPeak website for help with resumes, interviews, success stories and more.
It started off as a good idea. Post a job on a website and job seekers can apply directly, without calling or mailing a resume in. Simple, fast and easy. Good for the environment and high-tech too.
Unfortunately, too easy!
Here is a short list of lackadaisical job seeker behaviors:
1. Returning calls days later rather than hours or minutes later.
2. Losing self control in conversations and either talking too much or not answering questions.
3. Spending the majority of time at home applying for jobs online.
4. Sending out mass emails asking for help.
5. Finding escapes from working at it, such as television or shopping or golf.
6. Attending group networking events, job fairs, etc.
7. Wasting time and precious energy blaming a boss (or the economy or a spouse or others) for the current situation.
Reva Seth, whose new book The MomShift explores the stories of real-life women and how they navigate parenthood and career success. Paradoxically, Ms. Seth focuses on women who often became more successful after they had children. For the most part, the experiences of these women aren’t glamorous like Sheryl Sandberg’s. Yet the stories she reveals are ones we can relate to and are, frankly, remarkable.
zenPeak limits the data we collect about you, while at the same time being totally committed to giving you information and offers that are relevant to you. How is that possible? – See more at: http://zenpeak.com/zenpeakblog/#sthash.PuGkxPKW.dpuf