TruYuu: An employment tool dealing with people rather than resumes

Review posted Tue 13 Dec '11  ·  19 comments
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The job market is so tight at the moment that every little bit helps if it lifts you above the other candidates when it comes to employment opportunities. While you may have supplied your detailed resume and brilliantly worded cover letter that may not be enough to get you over the line. Truyuu is a job and employment tool that deals with people rather than a mere resume. Their brief is that they would like everybody to be energized and engaged in their place of employment and will go out of their way to match the right person with the right job.

To Truyuu, you are far more than just a resume. People pay TruYuu for new ways to express and differentiate themselves professionally when looking for employment. Companies pay them to use their “secret sauce” to save them time and money in hunting for high-fit candidates. TruYuu is a US only online service that provides people the information, resources and tools to get into better fitting, productive and satisfying jobs. With more companies joining TruYuu all the time the number of jobs being privately matched keeps growing. They constantly work on behalf of their members to find companies who want to find great people. Some of the first US companies to commit to people and begin matching using TruYuu are Bank of America, GetItDonePro.com, jcpenney, Momentum, tpn, TracyLocke, RAPP and Zappos.

TruYuu's member base is growing everyday by working with various organizations like Hiring for Hope, Talent Drive and campus career centers such as Southern Methodist University, Texas Christian University, Rice and others. So what do you get for your money with TruYuu? Well, you get private invitations from hiring managers to interviews based on your talents, values, resume as well as their specific needs. Over 30 pages of professional insight on your talents, emotional intelligence and leadership style  updated weekly from across the web. If you are a hiring manager and are frustrated with trying to find talent through traditional means TruYuu delivers a better quality of candidate by getting the hirer to select the combination of talents, values and experience required for a position and then matching these criteria against the TruYuu talent pool. They then deliver a list of potential candidates ranked in order of suitability and compatibility. The hiring manager then chooses to invite high fit candidates to connect and learn more about the job opportunities. This saves everyone time, money and frustration.

TruYuu really do have their act together when it comes to employment. By cross referencing it's huge database of members and their specific talents with the constant flow of job opportunities both sides are winners. The hiring manager has a list of candidates that are very suited to the position being offered, saving time and money,  and the candidate has a much better chance of gaining employment offers that are tailored to their unique talents. With about 70% of all job offers not actually being advertised these days TruYuu delivers an excellent leg up to your prospects.



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