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GetWork – a SaaS-based HRTech and EdTech platform has recently announced the expansion of its Technology, Marketing, Sales and Operations team. With the new hiring, the company’s headcount has reached 30full-time employees and 12 associates with a hiring rate of 20 employees per month.

Being one of the fastest-growing SaaS-based HRTech and EdTech platforms, GetWork has recorded a retention rate of more than 80 percent. Furthermore, the platform’s 65 percent of the team has completed more than 1 year and 45 percent of the employees have completed more than 2 years that indicates the company’s supportive work culture that influences the team to stay with the company.

Commenting on the hiring spree, Mr. Rahul Veerwal, the Founder & CEOof GetWork said, “Our team expansion is a moment of achieving a milestone. We are delighted to onboard a young and extremely talented team with expertise in their own domain. It took us a good time to find each one of them and we look forward to achieving new business heights in near future.”

Launched in 2019, GetWork solves that problem by providing a single platform solution for college placement cells and employers to communicate with each other, post their requirements and opportunities and make it easier for employers of any size to find a team member that matches their needs. It connects leading corporates to over 18,000 placement cells across colleges and private institutes in India.

So far, the platform has reached a multitude of milestones in its business journey. Currently, the company is growing at a rate of 34 to 40 percent Month-on-Month(MOM). It is working aggressively to clock INR 20 lacs MRR by the end of January 2022 with a target to onboard 70 full-time employees by the end of 2021.

In the founding year itself, the platform was selected in the Top 100 Global Startups for the Startup Turkey Event to showcase their business idea at a global level. Besides this, GetWorkwas also on-boarded at India Accelerator’s (IA) Startup Program for their 2020 Summer Cohort and successfully closed the Pre-Seed Funding round led by Rudraksh Ventures and IA and later on Seed Funding round led by Artha Venture Fund.During the first wave of the pandemic, the platform also entered into a B2B partnership with UpGrad to help students leverage GetWork and UpGrad’s perks together.

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