Jobberman Ghana, a recruiting and human resources company, has declared its tenth anniversary in the nation to assess its role to enhancing and digitizing the HR process there.
The event will also highlight how the company matched businesses with the top candidates so they could recruit the appropriate fit more quickly by combining improved versions of human and automated solutions.
With a database of over 800,000 job seekers, Jobberman for the past decade has connected over 180,162 qualified candidates to employers in the country.
It will be held on the theme “10 years of supporting businesses’ growth with excellent human resources”.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the firm, Hilda Nimo – Tieku, in an interview with the media in Accra, expressed utmost joy as the company marks a decade of success in the recruitment space in Ghana.
She said the company was offering a 10 per cent discount on all its recruitment and HR solutions for employers, as well as a 10 free professional CV rewrite for job seekers from September 20th to 30th.
“For the past 10 years, Jobberman has literally changed the lives of over 180,162 job seekers in Ghana by connecting and placing them in their dream jobs.
“As a business, we have impacted an average of 25, 390 businesses, including government agencies, non-governmental agencies, and the formal and the informal sector in Ghana by offering recruitment solutions that allow them to hire the best and brightest talents to grow their business,” she said.
Ms Tieku also expressed her profound gratitude to all clients of Jobberman for believing in the brand and patronising its recruitment and HR solutions for the past 10 years.
“As we commemorate this August day of our 10th, on behalf of the Jobberman Ghana team, I say thank you to all our clients trusting us with your recruitment and needs, and also to our partners, thank you for believing in our brand.
“The Jobberman brand has come this far through the collaborative efforts of both past and present employees. Especially to the present employees, a hearty appreciation to you all,” she added.
Jobberman Ghana was established in the country in 2012 and seeks to transform productivity in West Africa.
It used a bespoke mix of human and automated solutions to match employers with the best candidates, so they can hire the right fit, faster.
Jobberman Ghana is currently a part of the African Talent Company (TATC).