Poachable gives you ultimate anonymity
Sometimes your dream job doesn’t turn out to be a dream, but you can’t exactly leave unless you have something else lined up. How do you manage that without giving yourself up to your current employers? Poachable.
Poachable allows job hunters set up a profile which indicates what jobs they are interested in other jobs without name being attached, so employers aren’t given any red flags and you improve our chances of being matched.
While we still advocate for working with a professional recruiter to really avoid raising any red flags and to find the best gigs, Poachable is another tool for your job hunt toolbox.
What we like about Poachable is that employers understand that they won’t be getting a candidate’s name, so there won’t be any song and dance around being Googleable right up front.
How Poachable works to give you anonymity
Think of Poachable as a matchmaker where you tell it your current job, your stats, and what job opportunities you’re looking to be matched with. Like eHarmony for jobs.
Poachable then finds matches for you, and you simply say “maybe” to matches you’re interested, and the employer is notified with your information (minus your name) to those employers. If the employer shares interest, Poachable makes the introduction officially.
What we like about the Poachable service is that you’ll never be paired with your current employer, and if your job search comes to an end for any reason, you can push the pause button and resume later without having to start from scratch.
Poachable is still a young company, so the number of employers remain limited, but we anticipate that it will catch on and grow.