INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (February 21, 2019) - - College students are routinely advised to “get an internship” to gain valuable on-the-job experience in their field of study. For many young people who don’t have professional networks, have little work experience or have limited transportation options, that’s easier said than done. Finding the right opportunity in a location that’s convenient to home or campus can be hugely challenging.
Hyperlocal, talent-delivery innovator WorkHere adds human element, increases job-seeker satisfaction and quadruples user growth in second quarter.
Recruitment and workforce development platform WorkHere won the Innovation of the Year award during TechPoint’s 19th annual Mira Awards gala honoring the best of tech in Indiana. WorkHere directly addresses three major problems for employers: reducing turnover, improving employment brand and accelerating the hiring process. For job seekers,…
WorkHere Cofounders Howard Bates and Mike Seidle have been selected as guest lecturers at Ball State's Entrepreneurship Center on November 16, 2017 as part of the Entrepreneurial Experience Lecture Series.
Angel investors bring two key things to a start-up company’s table: investment capital and human capital. In naming VisionTech Partners’ general partner David Helmer to its Board of Directors, Indianapolis-based WorkHere has secured both after receiving investment support from VisionTech Angels earlier in 2017.
Press Release: Workforce-Focused Tech Startup Plans Job Growth in Indiana, App Expansion to New Markets
WorkHere, which allows job seekers to find and apply for nearby positions through its mobile app, announced plans today to expand its operations in central Indiana, creating up to 161 new, high-wage jobs over the next five years. WorkHere, which launched in early 2016, is a work-life social network that utilizes GPS to connect workers and employers, allowing job seekers to view nearby companies and positions while helping employers build and market to a talent pipeline.