Hiring | Could Uber be the next firm to source your candidates?

Could Uber be the next firm to source your candidates?

The Financial Times is reporting that car-hire service, Uber, are set to break into the recruitment market.

Their new platform, dubbed “Uber Works”, is stated to have plans to provide “on-demand” temporary contractors for events and corporate functions – mainly in the hospitality and security sectors.

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Comments (1)

  • Sir
    Sir
    Wed, 24 Oct 2018 2:41pm BST
    What, will people have to stand around in groups outside Ubers offices first thing in the morning until someone comes out and taps them on the shoulder, saying "the rest of you can go home - no work today" ?
    Do they think our memories are that short ?
    (Millenials might need to do a bit of research)

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