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Brand & Business: Kalibrr offers 30-day complimentary job advertisements to address Philippine unemployment

MANILA, PHILIPPINES – Kalibrr, Southeast Asia’s fastest growing online recruitment solutions provider, offers companies the opportunity to post job vacancies for free, in an effort to help address joblessness in the Philippines.

This is on the back of a recent announcement of the Philippines Statistics Authority that unemployment in Metro Manila has surpassed the national average and was measured at 15.8% or at least 929,000 adults.

“The economic effects of the Pandemic have indeed affected so many families- too many in fact. We at Kalibrr, wanted to be a part of the solution with a sincere offer to companies who are still hiring to post their jobs for free on our site,” Kalibrr CEO Paul Rivera says.


Kalibrr’s 30-day offer is valid until November 30 and comes with all the features of a paid premium account- among them is access to the 3.8 million jobseekers registered on the platform–98% of which are actively or passively looking for employment.

Other features of the platform include, built in pre-employment assessments, unlimited resume search, unlimited candidate messaging through the Kalibrr app, email, and SMS.

Kalibrr is already known in the market as the go to site for job seekers looking for careers in Information Technology, Sales, Marketing, Accounting, and Finance. Through this corporate promotion, Kalibrr expects to diversify the jobs on its platform and add close to 20,000 unique jobs on the platform- giving jobseekers more options to choose from.

While connecting job seekers with more choices for their careers is already a big help, Kalibrr takes this a step further by providing free webinars that will help job seekers succeed in their job hunt. For the latest schedule, do follow any of Kalibrr’s social media sites.

“Some companies are wary that this promotion may come with a catch to convert to paid or that you need a credit card to avail of it, I personally guarantee that this is not the case,” Rivera adds. “Think of this as our small way to help Filipinos bounce back from what could be, the most trying time in their lives.”

To avail of Kalibrr’s free trial, send an email to or call 09177630777; 09176522382 or 09171055635.


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