Pay to place job posting on multiple platforms: Indeed, Hcareers, Craigslist, etc.
Now that you've received dozens of resumes, your job is to find the few candidates that are relevant for the position.
Call candidates, leave messages, send out emails, and coordinate calendars with staff who will conduct interviews
After you've chosen a candidate to make an offer to, it's time for them to sign a consent form for a background check. This can take up to a week - sometimes longer if you need to perform additional county searches.
After the background check goes through, it's time for reference checks. This can take up to a week as well.
Congratulations! You've made it to the offer. Time to rest up before you do it again.Want Zoo Normal to help you hire? Sign up here.
No more job postings! Let us know what positions you're hiring for and our AI technology will suggest relevant candidates from our pool of vetted hospitality professionals.
Candidates will see job descriptions and information on your company. If they think it's a good fit, they can accept the interview request.
Leave the interview coordinating to us. You'll be able to access interview details in your dashboard and sync everything to your calendar.
We'll take care of the background and reference checks during the interview process - this can speed up the hiring process by over two weeks.
Isn't hiring a lot easier when you don't have to post to multiple job boards, coordinate interviews, and handle background and reference checks? Let's do it again sometime.
Zoo Normal was created to solve a critical need in the hospitality industry: time-to-hire is too long, employers don't have access to relevant candidates, and the process is too tedious.
These are real quotes from HR directors, hiring managers, and hotel managers we are working with. The photos, however, are not real.
Whether you're building your team from the ground up or hiring here and there, Zoo Normal will help you build a more diverse, inclusive team.
Zoo Normal is designed to match candidates based on relevancy and fit, not specific backgrounds. In addition to it being the right thing to do, the numbers speak for themselves: