For startups recruiting the best-qualified talent is always a huge task, and to help them in selecting potential employees, the Korean job platform Wanted Lab has decided to dedicate a particular section. The HR Tech company Wanted Lab announced it would dedicate a unique space on its platform to recommend excellent talent to startups that have attracted more than 10 billion won investments within six months.
The dedicated space currently contains job postings from 55 companies. Mathpresso, the operator of Qanda, which attracted 77 billion won in Series C investment; Tridge, an agricultural and livestock trade platform that received 50 billion won in Series D investment, has posted job openings in their companies. Wanted Lab’s initiative will help Korean startups find good talent and all those who wish to work in Korean startups.
About 600 announcements from 18 positions were posted in the dedicated hall. It is classified by job group on the site, so job seekers can quickly check only the suitable ones. The operation of the exclusive gallery is until February 24, 2023.
An official from Wanted Lab said, “We hope that Wanted Lab users will have an opportunity to grow together with Unicorn and Decacon companies in the future. We will continue to help everyone who works happily and grow through various activities.”
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