Across the world, in every culture, one thing remains the same: at the end of a hard day of work, we all like to kick back and have a little fun. For many of us, that might mean throwing on some pajamas and cracking a mystery novel. For others, that might mean hitting the theaters to catch the latest romantic comedy. For the more outgoing, though, that might mean hitting the local bar, pub or restaurant and enjoying some good food and good drinks with friends.
I, for one, find myself in the third group on many a Friday night. Nothing makes me happier than hanging out with my friends over a beer and catching up with their lives. However, while most of us are enjoying ourselves, it’s easy to forget about all the people who make it possible. Of course, I’m referring to the wait staff, the bartenders, the managers, the delivery men and women, the brewers, the distillers and many, many more. While we’re toasting, they’re working to make sure that we enjoy ourselves to the fullest.
In these difficult economic times, though, it’s tough to find employment and the service industry is no exception. Luckily, Bevforce is out there helping hook up employers and prospective employees looking for beverage jobs online. While the CareerBuilders and Monster.coms of the world pile jobs from all over the spectrum into one area, Bevforce occupies the niche of beer, wine, beverage and service industry jobs and careers to help people in that sector find employment as everything from server to sommelier. This unique focus makes for a better user experience on both ends and allows for better dialogue between more qualified individuals.
Bevforce has hired Wpromote for integrated search marketing through both paid search and SEO. Through the first few months, Bevforce has already found itself signing up new employers and employees for service, helping those in need on both sides of the employment equation find one another. In financial times like these, it’s good to know that there are still innovators out there who have found better ways to connect the dots and assist people in finding steady work: whether it’s a part-time job or the career of a lifetime!