GigHound Launches in Ontario: Serving the Greater Toronto Area's Unskilled Labour Needs!

September 15, 2021

We're thrilled to announce that GigHound, the game-changing platform tailored for the unskilled labour market, is now live in Ontario, with a concentrated presence in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA).

Why the GTA?

The Greater Toronto Area, known for its bustling business environment and diverse workforce, is the perfect place for GigHound to make its mark. With a myriad of industries and a growing demand for flexible, reliable, and unskilled temporary labour, GigHound's entry into the GTA aims to bridge the gap between businesses in need of immediate staffing solutions and workers looking for flexible opportunities.

What GigHound Offers
  1. Specialised Opportunities: GigHound caters specifically to sectors like food-production, manufacturing, third-party logistics, and micromobility, ensuring that businesses find the right fit for their unique needs.

  2. Simplicity and Efficiency: GigHound's intuitive platform makes it easy for businesses to find workers and for individuals to access suitable job opportunities without any hassle.

  3. Compliance and Trust: In light of Ontario's evolving employment landscape, GigHound ensures that all workers are legally permitted to work, offering businesses an added layer of assurance.

Be Part of the GigHound Revolution

If you're a business in the GTA operating in the sectors of food-production, manufacturing, logistics, or micromobility, GigHound is your go-to platform for all your unskilled labour needs. And for workers seeking opportunities in these sectors, the future looks bright with GigHound in the Greater Toronto Area!

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