Pure Resourcing Solutions has launched a new mobile site to make it easier for people to search for jobs at any time, and ultimately increase the number of candidates applying for roles, which will help businesses in the Eastern region to find and attract the right talent.
The professional recruitment consultancy, which has offices in Cambridge, Norwich, Chelmsford and Ipswich, is leading the way by becoming one of the first recruitment consultancies to launch a mobile site which has been specially designed for smartphone users.
Gill Buchanan, Director at Pure Resourcing Solutions, explained:
“We are continually looking to improve our service, and to help employers find the right candidates it is imperative that we keep up with the latest technology trends and understand how people are job hunting in today’s world.
Previously the rise in mobile related traffic had been gradual, but in the last year we have seen a rapid increase. Currently up to 8 million people in the UK access the internet from their smartphone every day. By 2013 it is expected that more people will use their mobile phones than PCs to get online. Yet many websites are hard to use and difficult to load if they have not been designed for smartphone use.”
Pure Resourcing Solutions has created its new mobile site to make it more streamlined and simplified to fit on mobile screens and quick to load and easy to navigate for smartphone users.
"Many people are looking for new jobs in order to progress their career. Our mobile site will make it quick and easy to check for roles and register interest during any moments of free time for example on a lunch break or while commuting.”
Candidates can use the mobile site to search for all available jobs as it is linked to Pure Resourcing Solutions live database. The site contains all the same search criteria options as the consultancy’s main website which enables candidates to quickly identify jobs of interest by searching via specialism, postcode area, salary and keywords. Candidates can also track their applications, making it easy to check progress at a time that is convenient to them.