The combination of the companies aims to create a market-leading human capital management platform for the hourly market addressing the different aspects of the talent lifecycle scaling from a single location to Fortune 500 businesses with thousands of offices across a variety of industries, including restaurant, retail, hospitality and healthcare.
The acquisition will expand Snagajob’s existing portfolio and offer an extended suite of cloud-based products featuring tools for candidate sourcing, screening, tracking, hiring, onboarding, training, scheduling and performance management. It will also include a wide range of integrations to background checks, payroll and point-of-sale partners.
Led by Peter Harrison, CEO, Snagajob operates a marketplace connecting hourly workers with hourly employers via a mobile app. Earlier this year, the company secured $100m in funding, announced a new strategic partnership with LinkedIn, and hired former OpenTable head of product Jocelyn Mangan as chief product and marketing officer.