With many younger workers searching for jobs that fit their schedules and employers searching for work at short notice, many services are trying to match up these kinds of people to create a new form of business.
Hyr, a service that plays the role of middleman between these kinds of people, handling all paperwork for those who use the service. Currently, Hyr works with companies in the hospitality and service sector and has reached in Toronto and New York.
“Hyr connects hourly paid workers to businesses to fill shifts, on demand. The platform is a solution for both workers and businesses; workers earn extra income when they have time in their schedules, and businesses can now access workers when they need them,” said Hyr co-founder and CMO Erika Mozes.
Recently, Hyr finished their first round of investment funding and reached $1.3 million. They are continuing their funding, and with outside help, are currently sitting on $2.3 million.
When asked what plans and milestones the company wishes to achieve in the coming months, Mozes answered with one word: “Growth”. With their current funding and more coming in, growth seems like a safe bet for the company.
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