17 Sep 2019
imployable want to create a process that was fair to both employer and employee, where everyone, regardless of the barriers that they face, have a fair chance to find a job they love.
While other jobs boards only focus on getting CV’s to employers,we employ a more holistic approach. Users can see how their qualifications and experience compare to any job by a percentage match. This is not where the app leaves users, once they see gaps in their CV they will be able to search for the training and work experience they need, all within the app. This makes imployable a one stop destination for the entire career journey from school to retirement.
Every part of the app and the business focuses on finding where a person fits. The mission is “to revolutionise an industry by creating a system that improves efficiency, cuts the cost of recruitment and gives equal opportunity to people searching for jobs and careers”.
In the last year Peter and Kieron have won the Natwest ‘entrepreneur of the year’ award as well as being nominated for the Plymouth business awards ‘start up of the year’. The app is now live in both Google and Apple app stores . Since March there have been 10,000 downloads from people searching for an alternative to the normal job searching platforms and over 100 businesses have signed up to use the app, including Sir Robert Mc’Alpine, Boots, Timpsons and Sodexo.
We want to change the way people approach employment and create a world where everyone gets a chance for meaningful employment.