Temasek-backed job-matching platform GoodWorker targets to reach out to 40 top Indian
By VIRENDRA SINGH RAWAT
LUCKNOW, May 5 (The CONNECT) -Temasek-backed job-matching platform GoodWorker is looking to expand operations in about 40 top Indian cities by the end of the current financial year.
The Bengaluru-based company is targeting to cover all the state capitals in the first phase, GoodWorker director (sales & operations) Mayank Mohan said.
“Presently, logistics and retail sector are witnessing robust hiring activity,” he said and explained, the company is aiming to become the top job-search digital platform in the country.
GoodWorker is a joint venture between SchoolNet & LemmaTree, which is a 100 percent subsidiary of the Singapore headquartered global investment entity, Temasek.
Meanwhile, the company has also announced the launch of its job classified app in Lucknow and Kanpur, the first two cities on its expansion itinerary.
“We aim to transform the job ecosystem in Lucknow by connecting job seekers with employers for relevant opportunities in order of their choice,” Mohan said.
The app was designed to improve ‘employer connect’ and keep job seekers engaged over their employment life cycle, thus enabling them with right opportunities for growth.
The company is focussed on providing job-search for blue collar workers in India.
“In the last one year, we have been able to get 85,000 employment avenues. This is just the beginning, we are coming with more features soon,” Mohan said.
The company boasts of a catalogue of more than 10,000 verified employers across different verticals and industries.
Responding to a question, he said the company has taken note of the growing culture of work from home (WFH) template especially in the BPO segment, and would cater this new employment spectrum as well.
GoodWorker is also developing a unique learning service to be launched later this month to empower job seekers.