Monday, May 11, 2020
Amid Industry-Wide Cutbacks, Some Canadian Startups are Launching Hiring Sprees
These half-dozen firms are looking to fill the gap, picking up talent from rivals, and expanding while others pull back.
TORONTO, May 11, 2020, (business.financialpost.com)- These half-dozen firms are looking to fill the gap, picking up talent from rivals, and expanding while others pull back.
Curtis Khan, CEO of BookJane, told The Logic he was increasing his workforce by 20 percent. The Ontario-grown health tech startup, which matches health-care professionals to facilities that need staff, was chosen by the Ontario Medical Association to help meet the demand of doctors fighting COVID-19.
Since April 3, over 1,500 physicians have signed up to find work. The company is in the middle of a raise, Khan told The Logic. During the worst crisis, our business has grown.
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BookJane is an award-winning staff management platform transforming the way 700+ healthcare facilities across North America schedule and fulfill shifts. Their all-in-one platform streamlines complex scheduling, connecting qualified internal and external workers to open shifts through their centralized Mobile App. With BookJane, facilities can easily engage staff, manage open shifts and fulfill vacancies with automated and rule-based shift callouts, eliminating the administrative burden of scheduling, so they can focus on what matters most: caring for residents.
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