Jobseekers and Recruiters Get the Best Option Using BeatMySalary
For those looking out for job as well as for those scouting out for recruiting candidates, BeatMySalary comes in bringing the best possible solution. BeatMySalary, an online job portal not just allows candidates to hunt for jobs anonymously but also help recruiters who are in the look out to hire the best candidates.
BeatMySalary, a first of its kind marketplace for recruiters and senior candidates in the industry has replaced the CV system with what is called the candidate cards, where all the necessary information about the candidate can be accessed by the recruiter within minutes. This goes on to save a lot of recruiters’ time. Beatmy salary also has the facility where in candidate can incorporate their expectations and preferences so the recruiters reach out accordingly.
Karthik Prasad, an engineering graduate from GMIT Davangere (VTU) along with co-founder Swash Ram,an investment banker and a Qualified Chartered Accountant with over 20 years experience whom he met after he shifted to London are the brain and founders of BeatMySalary.
BeatMySalary was launched in India (Bengaluru) in May, 2015, and ever since its launch it has been able to successfully garner users. Within a month of its launch it was able to get about 1500 candidates and 75 recruiters. BeatMySalary’s recruiters and candidates come from retail, finance, IT, automobile, logistics, FMCG, manufacturing, marketing, sales and business development.
BeatMySalary now has about 130 registered recruiters. Exotel, Zaicus, TML JustDial, Amazon India, Target Corporation and Walmart-Lowes are few among them. Meanwhile, Beatmysalary aims to get about 75,000 senior candidates and 1000 paid recruiters.
How BeatMySalary works?
Once the candidates register on BeatMySalary, recruiters search for candidates using skills, keywords, location, current and expected salaries, experience and availability. The candidate information is turned into a sleek candidate card (like a playing card) which makes it easier for a recruiter to add these cards into a ‘basket’ that they can ‘reach-out’ to in one-go.
A candidate who gets an email with a job-description, can accept or reject [in terms of allowing the recruiter to contact them]. If accepted by a candidate, the recruiter gets the candidate’s details in their “accepted” list. They can then call, using internal BMS systems, to make further contact.
Recruiters have to pay a subscription charge to use the portal. The subscription is based on a model called ‘we grow as you grow’ where the recruiters get 50 minutes of talk time and five responses from candidates free per month, after which they would need to select the option.