Remotebond launches new platform to offer remote jobs to workers around the world

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Remotebond has announced the launch of its new platform this month, offering remote jobs and employment opportunities to people around the world.

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Remotebond has announced the launch of its new platform this month, offering remote jobs and employment opportunities to people around the world.

Bringing together a global community of workers as well as employers, Remotebond seeks to make it easier for people to search and apply for remote jobs from the comfort of their own homes.

As job seekers are looking for more flexible, remote job opportunities, Remotebond is positioning its offer to help employers find suitable remote candidates that are highly qualified – while providing remote workers with a valuable platform where they can apply for regular work.

Speaking this week about the launch of the new platform, Remotebond founder Erhan Karadeniz said, “With the ongoing pandemic, I’ve seen a huge increase in the number of people looking for remote work and, as such, have addressed this issue with the creation of Remotebond. I believe my new platform will dramatically change the landscape of working and hiring remotely.”

The platform is enabling users to get access to the latest career opportunities wherever they are in the world, with employers able to post a job announcement for just $25 to a global, remote workforce.

The benefits of the platform mean that employers can quickly scale up their remote workforce and find highly qualified workers while employees, freelancers and contractors can access regular remote jobs at the click of a button.

With ongoing disruption in the business community, companies are looking for ways to hire remote staff more flexibly in order to adapt to rapidly changing developments.

The platform aims to foster a community of likeminded people, with a common goal to help freelancers as well as employers connect – shaping the future of work as we know it.

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