Restaurant World, Meet Social Media
Over at sister blog MP:South Florida, Carolina writes about Servinity, a startup hoping to harness the wonders of text messaging and the internet to facilitate restaurant and bar staffing.
Per the Atlanta Business Journal,
The software-as-a service company leverages the Internet, e-mail, cell phone, SMS text messaging and social networks to help restaurants and bars schedule staffing — notifying employees when to be at work, or alerting them when a shift opens up. Servinity also allows eateries to recruit via a job board and offers dynamic resume search and applicant tracking. The social networking component allows staff to interact and upload and share documents.
Head on over to MP:South Florida for a more substantive take on Servinity.
The Site That Hopes To Become The Facebook & Craigslist Of The Restaurant World [MP South Florida]
Attorney launches restaurant staffing site [Atlanta Business-Journal]
Servinity [Official Site]
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