New Vegan-Only Job Site To Launch In January

The site is aimed at candidates and recruiters and will host vacancies for freelance, temporary, fixed term, zero hours and part-time jobs as well as permanent roles
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The site will make it easier for people to find vegan jobs - and employers to find vegan staff (Photo: Adobe. Do not use without permission)

A new vegan recruitment site will launch on January 21.

According to the site founders at VeganJobs, www.VeganJobs.online will be the UK's 'first fully functioning job board for candidates and recruiters'.

The site will host vacancies for freelance, temporary, fixed term, zero hours, and part/full time jobs as well as permanent roles.

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"Employers can feel confident they are also getting access to a professional outsourced HR service tailored to their business," a spokesperson for VeganJobs, which is managed by an HR Consultancy firm, which specializes in finding vegan candidates for vegan businesses, told Plant Based News.

"There will also be lots of promotions for employers to benefit from. Candidates can search for their perfect vegan jobs, list their skills and CV and be notified of a vegan job that comes up in their area. There will also be lots of tips to assist them in their job search.

"The HR Consultancy firm is already working with leading vegan businesses who are in full support of the website and it is anticipated that the list of candidates will grow to over 500 by the time the site launches."

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