Giraffe, the ultra low-cost mobile recruitment agency service, has partnered with Standard Bank, one of South Africa’s largest banks, to give Standard Bank Business customers up to R1,000 off their first placement.
Giraffe’s automated, low-cost recruitment agency services enables businesses to recruit medium-skilled workers 10x faster and cheaper than any other recruitment service.
Standard Bank is one of the largest South African banks by customers numbers. Many of these customers are small business- who often struggle to recruit the right staff. As such, Standard Bank has embarked upon a strategy to expand their small business offering- moving beyond traditional financial services to other services that add value to business customers- including recruitment services.
For a limited time only, Standard Bank Small Business customers will be able to claim up to R1,000 credit off their first placement with Giraffe. To avail of this offer, Standard Bank Business customers can simply visit www.sb.giraffe.co.za and follow the instructions.
Commenting on the partnership, Ethel Nyembe, Head of Small Enterprise at Standard Bank said, “Standard Bank is committed to serving its small business customers in new ways that add value. Cheap, low-cost recruitment for small businesses can make a real difference to their organisations. Giraffe’s offer is truly a solution designed for entrepreneurs, by entrepreneurs.”
Samantha Mazibuko, customer relationship manager at Giraffe exulted, “Giraffe is thrilled to partner with Standard Bank. Standard Bank is a leader in the business segment and we are delighted to give their Small Business Banking customers this great offer that will enable Small Business owners to recruit staff faster and cheaper than any other way.’
Giraffe is a fully-automated digital recruitment solution that enables businesses to recruit medium-skilled staff faster and more affordably than any other recruitment method. Because Giraffe has automated the administratively intense part of the recruitment process– candidate sourcing, screening and contacting– employers can focus on more important tasks interviewing relevant candidates and managing retention.
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