PleasantFish 2.0

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Pleasant Fish is a job marketplace for top professionals. It allows them to showcase their skills and capabilities (reviewed through their coworkers) and apply to the matching jobs relevant to their skill-set. Its a reverse of GlassDoor as it gives insights about potential candidates and their performances.

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Elizabeth S Hunker
Elizabeth S Hunker@elizabethhunker · EIR @ vLAB
Looks really nice, but had my hopes up for a tech skill vetting platform - now there's a disruptor. @aliibrahim @color2life
aliibrahim
aliibrahimMaker@aliibrahim · Startup Evangelist
@elizabethhunker @color2life Thanks a lot Elizabeth!
Ben Tossell@bentossell · Services for startups
What is the update from the previous launch?
aliibrahim
aliibrahimMaker@aliibrahim · Startup Evangelist
@bentossell thanks for your question! Previously, we were just a "professional feedback platform" where professionals could just get reviewed through 4 questionnaires by their current colleagues on: Professionalism, Collaboration, Personality & Leadership qualities. We realised that we could offer our users more than that and introduced the new feature to make their experience worth-while on PleasantFish. We have now completely rebranded ourselves as "Job Recruitment Platform for Tech Professionals". The features that we have introduced are as follows: 1. Improved Feedback System: We enhanced our feedback system with skills feedback which is a very important feature in any feedback system. Users can now add different skills to their profile(example ruby , rails, marketing, development, engineering etc) and can get reviewed by them from their colleagues 2. Skills content discovery network: We introduced skill discovery system which allows users to : - Get the latest top quality curated content based on their skills in their personalized newsfeed. - See the activity of their colleagues what they are reading/sharing/saving/liking - Subscribe to any skill and get its in their newsfeed. - Maintain Save for later/Favorites lists of articles. - Ability to add articles and share with their network from any source. 3. Relevant Jobs: We also implemented a job portal with relevancy integrated. Users can see different job openings and can see how much jobs are relevant to them. This is calculated: - User skills matched with the skills required on the job. - User feedback score for those skills. - User feedback on their qualities such as leadership, collaboration, personality and leadership. 4. Integrations with Google, github and facebook. One click signups.
aliibrahim
aliibrahimMaker@aliibrahim · Startup Evangelist
Hello, Good peeps at ProductHunt! We are thrilled to introduce you to PleasantFish, a job recruitment platform for top tech professionals. Pleasant Fish is a job marketplace for top professionals. It allows them to showcase their skills and capabilities (reviewed through their coworkers) and apply to the matching jobs relevant to their skill-set. Its a reverse of GlassDoor as it gives insights about potential candidates and their performances at their previous workplaces reviewed only through their coworkers anonymously. How it works? - Candidates lists down their current skill-set and ask their colleagues to give them private/anonymous reviews. - We provide candidates with relevant jobs based on their skill-set. - Employers/Recruiters can see get insights about their potential candidates from their coworkers. - Candidates also improve upon their skills through custom skills-related content network handpicked from best sources. Looking forward to hear your feedback!
Daniel Louis
Daniel Louis@daniel_louis7 · Digital Marketer
@aliibrahim unable to signup with Facebook. Plus you should include an Sign up option with LinkedIn
aliibrahim
aliibrahimMaker@aliibrahim · Startup Evangelist
@daniel_louis7 thanks for trying us out! Since we are a job recruitment platform ourselves, linkedin API fair usage policy doesn't allow us to use their sign-on service on our wesbite!