Interim Dossier spreads its offers on Facebook

The Brest website Dossierinterimaire, specializing in intimate professions, announces the creation of fifteen Facebook groups that will share job offers and recruitment advice at regional level. The proposed missions cover the entire national territory.

Simplify access to temporary work by sending fewer documents and no longer traveling to the agency. This idea resulted in Dossierinterimaire, an online service that defines itself as a one-stop shop for temporary workers. Thomas Hartier, the founder of the Brest site, wanted to save the candidates time with a solution that avoids the duplication of documents (curriculum vitae, ID documents, proof of address). To do this, the registration form must be completed once. In addition, all administrative documents requested by recruiters are grouped together in the applicant’s personal area. The platform’s multicast approach also makes it possible to select all temporary employment agencies to which the file will be distributed with just a few clicks.

Given that social networks are an effective stepping stone for gaining a position, the portal has expanded its capabilities by providing candidates with around fifteen regional Facebook groups for agencies to submit their job offers. Local ads grouped on the social network are now available in the following areas: Bretagne, Pays de la Loire, Normandy, Ile-de-France, Hauts-de-France, Grand-Est, Center-Val-de-Loire , PACA, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, Bourgogne-Franche-Comté, Occitanie, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, not to mention overseas with Reunion.

There were more than 6,000 agencies

In a difficult economic context, Dossierinterimaire offers targeted advice to make every step of the hiring process a success. For example, experts explain how to write a good résumé, use social networks to find a job, make a good impression, identify your strengths, prepare a phone interview and attend an event. The files also focus on certain aspects of temporary work, such as: B. the temporary CDI, while the job files represent the most sought-after occupations, including those in IT.

The service, founded in September 2009, is a partner of the Pôle Emploi labor business and the FASTT (Temporary Work Social Action Fund). To date, more than 6,000 temporary employment agencies in France are listed on the website. More than 100 candidates have been registered every day since containment began. The location wants to continue its dynamism by expanding into European markets.