“For the Riders” provided an avenue for delivery service providers (riders) to seek new job opportunities, especially those affected by the suspension of one of the on-demand groceries startup in the Philippines.

Recognition for our everyday heroes.

As the partner of every blue-collar worker, FastJobs Philippines’ fastest growing online jobs portal – held a mini job fair and free seminar “For the Riders,” last June 28, 2019, at the San Juan Gymnasium. 

“We, at FastJobs, believe in helping each other out, as this is how we see we can strengthen the nation. The country’s success lies on the shoulder of our blue-collar workers, who make up the backbone of our economy, so we must continue to provide them the tools and  the opportunities to help them find better-paying jobs that fit their work skills,” shares Sebastian San, Assistant Director – Regional Partnerships of FastJobs. 

Interviews during the event

Free Seminar for the riders

In addition to linking riders to new job opportunities through its job fair, FastJobs held a free seminar, which updated participants on relevant topics such as road safety, emergency responsiveness, and preparedness. To talk about injury avoidance and the importance of riders in the community was Stalin Jher Iilahi, Association President of 24/7 ARPG Riders Team Manila.  

On-site interviews and consultations

For years, FastJobs has been making it easier for individuals to find jobs that fit their skills and introduces them to employers through its innovative hiring platform. This platform includes mobile-first innovations such as FastChat, Resume Builder, and Group Broadcast Capabilities, which allows applicants to find jobs fast and employers to save time.  

FastJobs empowers riders and skilled laborers by making the job-seeking process easier and more convenient. Simply download the FastJobs App on your mobiles, and after registering, you can immediately start submitting your applications. To save time, jobseekers can use the instant messaging feature called FastChat.

Empowerment of the riders through sharing

“FastJobs is continually seeking new ways to help the regular worker and bring back dignity to their work. With the recent boom in the food and grocery delivery market, our riders have so much more opportunity – and we hope to help them in that aspect,” ends San. 

Download the FastJobs mobile app now available in Singapore, Malaysia, and the Philippines at the Android Play store and Apple App store or visit  https://www.fastjobs.ph/

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