Home Jobs to launch in Philippines



COMING SOON – HomeJobs.Ph, an Australian - led online platform for job-seekers and headhunters, is soon to launch in the Philippines to meet the demands of virtual employment made for those who are seeking to find WORK at the comfort of home, by their own pace of time.
HomeJobs co-founder Jeremy Raymond saw the need of the Filipinos to consider home-based jobs primarily because of the desire to be with the family instead of beating heavy traffic, enduring long hours of commute, and dealing with uncertainty of well-being on a daily basis.
Although recently they had to ‘temporarily’ shutdown the website due to high demand, Raymond says HomeJobs was able to initially sign up 55,000 Filipinos already in just a few months.


In a statement, Raymond said: “We believe the formal launch will be in one to two months. At the moment we have a team of 10 programmers working on the platform. It is a lot of work”.

“We are busy populating the system and contacting employers to be the first ones to register on the system… At the moment, we have close to 1,500 committed employers,” Raymond added.

One of HomeJobs.Ph’s user Sally Sannata, testified that the jobs she found through the website offers great pay. She is working as a customer service representative for an Australian account.

Best thing about this platform is it’s FREE for both employers and employees with job postings regularly issued by companies around the world, including the US, the UK, Australia and New Zealand. Compare to other online job platforms that takes commission for every settlement between the employer and employees, HomeJobs ensures that workers keep 100% of the rate and does not have additional charges.

“HomeJobs is different. It is free to apply for jobs and the employer’s first job post is free. As there are no fees taken from either side, this brings more employers and employees together, which is evident in the amount of people who have signed up before even opening the platform. It is a win-win for both employers and employees and a game changer in the industry,” Raymond said.

There is, however, an optional one-time charge of P500.00 upon membership for identity verification but job seekers can still ‘sign up for free without paying anything’

“The one-time charge significantly increases your chances of getting chosen by potential employers and we recommend it,” Raymond insists.

Formal launching will take about a month or 2 with a team of 10 programmers currently working on the platform but interested Companies can now post job openings likewise to employees who want to register.

“We are busy populating the system and contacting employers to be the first ones to register on the system… At the moment, we have close to 1,500 committed employers,” Raymond added.

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