Students Launch Startup ‘Worktable’ To Boost Youth Employment: Need Support From Krakow Startups
Worktable was created because young people experience that finding a job while still being a high school student is a challenging process. All job-related websites are designated for adults. Students need to spend a long time to read it through listing to find anything interesting and relevant. Worktable fixes that- It was designed and built by enthusiastic teens for teens.
How does it work?
The “Worktable” is a job search marketplace enabling employers to meet ambitious young people aged 16 to 20 who are looking for a job. This is all done in an efficient way. An employer signs in by filling a short form and posts a job offer, free of charge. The offer will be seen by Krakow’s teens. Worktable does not only want to attract companies but also private people that are looking for someone to do simple tasks like to cut grass or clean the garage. These employers can use Worktable to place “tasks” offer. All professionally made, easy to use and free of any charges the site is the best place to connect teen employees and employers.
Where is Worktable now?
Tests have been completed and the platform has been launched. Currently, Worktable is working to attract as many Cracow’s employers as possible. Worktable is convinced that both sides can benefit- The employer with a low hiring cost and a teen gaining experience and income.
Where does Worktable aim to be?
In the near future, Worktable wants to post job offers from all over the country. However, the main goal is to start a discussion about hiring teens. We want to convince the whole society that hiring high school students gives them the best lesson they can get. Young people matter and they need opportunities to develop themselves.
Worktable encourages companies, start-ups and private people to hire a teenage worker by offering a job via the site. It is simple and at no cost but what is most important it matters. Place your job offer on the table-