Middle East’s famous job seeking website, Bayt.com has revamped its layout in order to provide a more user friendly and efficient interface.
The company revealed that the new design will keep in mind the experience and efficiency required to allow users to browse the 10,000 jobs available on the site on a daily basis.
Suhail Masri, Bayt.com’s VP of employer solution, said, “In this new design, we have regrouped our resources to revolve around the job seeker journey as well as the tools and information they need to instantly access.”
“We have also made it far simpler for users to create their CVs and get started on the job search and application path. With the goal of efficient job and talent matching, the new design is created to minimize distractions and support our 30.7 million users to find their career opportunities,” he went on to say.
“With the new dynamic, yet simplified visuals and information, companies and organizations will find it far easier to get started on the hiring process,” Masri added. ‘We have also made our hiring solutions much more sensitive towards businesses’ diverse needs and interests and have made more talent sourcing resources and tools available.”
The new design will also prove beneficial to the employers as it includes easier navigation, simplified product pages, free HR resources and hiring guides.
Last year alone, Bayt.com posted more than 142,000 jobs and generated more than 1.7 million CV searches. The company also reported that nearly 1.5 million candidates were contacted on the platform by companies and organizations looking to hire.
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