Firstly, creatives depend on portfolios to showcase their work, and job portals generally don’t provide a space for candidates to readily display their portfolios.
After receiving an application, an employer would need to personally ask to see portfolios, which extends the duration of the process.
Secondly, with a regular job listing, the employer would also have to wait for an interested candidate to show up, who might still end up rejecting the job offer.
This makes it difficult for an employer who may be chasing a deadline and needs creatives on demand.
So, Tony and Chloe came up with their own solution: Rtist, a platform that functions as a job portal specifically for creatives.
Read more here.
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