Austin’s HotSchedules puts more employees, more space on its schedule
When it comes to hiring, Austin-based HotSchedules.com Inc. is on a hot streak.
Before the end of this year, the company aims to add 10 more employees. Twenty-three new hires are set for 2011. Among the new employees will be sales executives, account managers, QA specialists and software developers.
To see a description—including salary range—for a sales position at HotSchedules, click here.
Privately held HotSchedules occupies 5,500 square feet at 6504 Bridge Point Parkway in North Austin and will take an additional 5,000 square feet there in October.
HotSchedules specializes in online software designed for staff scheduling and labor management in the restaurant industry. The company currently employs 50 people in Austin, as well as one person in Dallas and another person in Minneapolis.
“We foster a team environment, and it creates a unique culture centered around meaningful relationships,” the company tells AustInnovation™. “We have each other’s best interest in mind, and we love to see each other grow personally and professionally.”
HotSchedules has high standards for its workers, according to the company’s website. The company says its employees are “zealots” when it comes to customer service.
“At HotSchedules, we recruit only the most exceptional individuals—people with a strong passion for collaboration and the development of fresh ideas,” the company says. “We offer a variety of opportunities for you to imagine, explore and realize your potential … . We’re looking for people who want to think strategically, create with passion and have fun while doing it in a casual, flexible work environment.”
To view HotSchedules’ Facebook page, click here.
HotSchedules’ online tools are used by more than 450,000 people at over 5,000 restaurants. Customers include Outback Steakhouse, the Cheesecake Factory, P.F. Chang’s China Bistro, Carino’s Italian Grill, Chili’s, Carrabba’s Italian Grill, Fleming’s Steakhouse and Applebee’s.
“HotSchedules was the first to market a powerful, flexible and cost-effective, web-based … employee-scheduling solution targeted specifically for restaurants. Prior to that, restaurants all managed their schedules with a slow, cumbersome paper-based system,” Pawlikowski says.
To visit HotSchedules’ blog, click here.
To view a demo of HotSchedules’ BlackBerry app, click here.