Oregon Restaurant & Lodging Association Partners With Snagajob
[May 10, 2017 - Wilsonville, OR] – The Oregon Restaurant & Lodging Association (ORLA) is proud to announce its new partnership with Snagajob, America’s #1 hourly marketplace, to provide industry-leading hourly hiring and talent management solutions to ORLA members.
“There is an industry workforce shortage; hospitality operators need every bit of help to connect them to job-seekers,” said John Hamilton, ORLA’s COO. “We are thrilled to partner with Snagajob. Their hiring platform provides a real solution for our members.”
Since 2000, Snagajob has helped hourly workers find jobs they love, and hourly employers find the best people for their jobs. The company works with more than 75 million registered workers and 300,000 employer locations, and continues to develop innovative tools to help hourly workers and employers simplify their jobs and live more fulfilling lives.
“We couldn’t be more excited to launch our partnership with the Oregon Restaurant & Lodging Association,” said Joe Gabriel, Sr. Business Development Manager at Snagajob. “ORLA has been providing top of class benefits for members for years and we are excited to be a part of the ORLA family. With thousands of Oregon employers struggling to find quality hourly employees, there is a tremendous need to connect workers with ORLA members. Our innovative products and mobile app provide a great opportunity for ORLA members to attract hourly workers.”
ORLA members can take advantage of exclusive member pricing, including 10 percent off Snagajob’s full suite of hiring solutions, which includes FIND Go, FIND Pro and HIRE Pro. To schedule a demo or for more information on special benefits for ORLA members, please visit connect.snagajob.com/orla.
The Oregon Restaurant & Lodging Association is the leading business association for the foodservice and lodging industry in Oregon, which is comprised of over 9,000 foodservice locations and 2,200 lodging establishments with a workforce of 164,800, and a total economic impact of $8 billion - making it the cornerstone of the economy, career opportunities and community involvement. The association works to advocate, protect, train and promote the foodservice and lodging industry.