Job marketplace Babajob has raised $10 million in a round of funding from Australia-based online employment marketplace SEEK Ltd, reports ET Tech. The platform had earlier raised Rs 3.5 crore from Gray Ghost Ventures and Khosla Impact in August 2012. Babajob will use the funds for brand expansion and hiring, as well as to improve its mobile apps and telephony services including ‘missed calls for jobs and ‘rapidhire’. Babajob is excited to announce we have received $10 million from SEEK Ltd! @seekjobs @babajob http://t.co/a2i060jhMd http://t.co/tbKHjKEwZW — Babajob.com (@babajob) April 28, 2015 Babajob's platform currently focuses on service based jobs like sales, helper, maid, cook, steward, driver, nurse, teacher, engineer, management and cashier etc. To sign up for the platform, users can give a missed call 08880004444 on which the company will call the user back and register their profile for free. Users can also directly register via the website, either through creating a profile or logging in using Facebook or Google+. As for employers, the platform lets them post job listings, track, rate and save feedback on candidates. It offers employers with two paid tier plans for Rs 1,999 and Rs 4,999 as well as a limited free tier. The platform then connects inbound calls from screened candidates to employers through RapidHire. As of now Babajob claims to have over 3 million job seekers onboard and over 2.5 million jobs listed. Interestingly, Babajob claims calls made by it are in the user's local language to make it easier for them…
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