They said that if I wanted them to "investigate the possibility of reopening communication with my match" they would send "an email to the match on your behalf requesting permission to reopen communication. But then I thought about my unproductive time spent on e Harmony and figured it probably wouldn't have worked out anyway. If I don't think this site works, then why in the world am I on here? This month is all about having your tribes spread your message.
On its website, Elevated Careers states it intends to use “proven technology to bring [employers] the most compatible candidates, matched on skills, company culture and personality.”e Harmony did not immediately return an e-mail seeking comment.
In a news release announcing the site’s official unveiling, Elevated Careers by e Harmony is described as a “sophisticated career-matching platform that pairs job seekers with career opportunities based on multiple layers of compatibility.” The site is presently in beta.
e Harmony has been working on the career-matching site for more than two years now. Neil Clark Warren, e Harmony founder and CEO told ,“We want to bring companies candidates that have been fully vetted” to be productive, satisfied and what he hopes will be long-term employees.
Completing and updating your profile and posting photos will help you get more views and communications.
On April 1, popular online dating site e Harmony hopes to do for careers what it has done for dating: help people make the perfect match.