With Proteus Recruitment Software you have immediate access to rated professionals that allows you to seamlessly onboard new team members at a reduced cost.
Proteus Recruiting Software
Cloud-based recruitment software that connects you with talent
What is Proteus recruiting Software?
Proteus offers a new way of accessing or finding talent. Simple, fast, efficient and offering huge savings. Post projects, search for rated talent, engage freelancers, invoice and pay all through a single simple to use interface and wallet system. Proteus Recruitment Software offers a way to match talent with projects to deliver the best outcomes for your business. Connect instantly with rated professionals.Request a Demo
The Power of Proteus recruiting Software
Confidence through rated professionals
Freelance work often comes with stigma attached to it, with many believing that freelancers aren’t as skilled as their full-time employed counterparts. This is not true.
Because freelancing offers freedom and flexibility not common with traditional 9-to-5 jobs, many workers are turning to it as their sole source of income. This means they take their work very seriously. In their world, reputation means everything – including retained work and income, not to mention referrals.
Therefore, freelancers are often at the very top of their game. Living and breathing their skill set – constantly learning and striving to be the very best. This usually comes in addition to years of building and developing on their knowledge and experience.
Rapid engagement through seamless onboarding
If you’re recruiting freelance talent, it’s likely you’re looking to run a successful project. And projects take all sorts of people, skills and experience to be a success.
That doesn’t necessarily mean you need to meet and vet every person you plan on working with. Freelancers tend to be excellent networkers and collaborative work forces and therefore can usually recommend the right person for the job.
So even if you’re hiring a technical writer, chances are, they can recommend a tried-and-tested graphic designer who can take your business even further.
Cost effective. Lower fees than recruitment fees
Salaries cost money. Depending on the sector of your business, you may spend between 40 to 80 percent of gross revenues on employee salaries and benefits combined. When a company decides to hire a freelancer for a project, they can spend considerably less on them as they are only required to pay the freelancer for their services.
More Proteus products – what are the differences?
Recruit your future talent free of charge with Proteus Marketplace or choose Proteus OS for a professional approach to managing and executing your projects. Use Proteus Connect to collaborate and integrate with other key systemsPricing
Mobile Recruitment Software App
Proteus is also available on the Proteus mobile app giving companies and freelancers absolute freedom to use the system anywhere. The mobile app allows freelancers to review opportunities, accept contracts, complete timesheets and update their profile while on the move. Companies can also benefit from the mobile app, as they can post opportunities and engage freelancers, send contracts and approve timesheets.
Proteus Marketplace is unique in that companies can also offer their services on this platform. This may be full services, or maybe resources they have available for short term hire. Rated companies, with full profiles offer a quick way of finding and engaging a subcontractor. The Marketplace is global, therefore offering companies free global advertising and global opportunities.
To find out how Proteus Marketplace could work for you, contact us
Additional information about Proteus Recruitment Software
Five reasons why you should be using freelancers to get the job
Last month, we shared our top tips on how to set yourself up as a successful freelancer. It pointed out how the shift in working culture was attracting more professionals to ‘go it alone’ and the estimated increase in service demand this was likely to have in the future.
Changing the way we work: the gig economy
Online talent platforms that connect freelancers with specific work opportunities (gigs) have grown dramatically over the last decade. A growing number of online talent platforms follow the contingent employment model but focus on one specialised offering: Uber and Careem for taxi services on demand, Washmen for laundry and Deliveroo for takeaways are ] examples many of us use on a daily basis. All rely on technology to disrupt the traditional models in their industries.
The Rise Of The Energy Freelancer
Using freelancers has been common practice, particularly among the creative industries, for many years. When you can’t find, can’t afford or don’t need specific skills full-time, the freelancer can provide the perfect solution. In fact, even if you can find and afford in-house employees, freelancers still present an attractive option because they can bring certain expertise when you need it most.