With the aim of closing the recruitment gap, 2 Madison startups take top positions in the pitching competition | Business news


The beginning of the pandemic was a period of growth for Internship On Demand as well.

Moldenhauer said he had an internship experience as a graduate of UW-Madison with a mechanical engineering background that was “profoundly influential” on opportunities.

He said he went to LinkedIn and wrote to the Career Services Director at UW-Platteville – a college known for its engineering programs – to see how he could help.

Higher wages, more flexibility

Clock’d has evolved to run its clients’ recruiting and hiring processes, saving them time and allowing them to focus on other aspects of the business, LaPierre said – especially as restaurants and bars continue to struggle through the pandemic.

To date, Clock’d has helped recruit over 120 people for its 17+ companies, he said. The startup has just won its first client from Mequon and plans to expand across the state.

“From what we see from our platform, the labor shortage is real,” LaPierre said, adding that trends are suggesting workers applying for 3-5 jobs at the same time and for wages in excess of $ 15 per hour. “If you take 24 hours to respond to a candidate, there’s a 60% dropout rate. After 48 hours there is a drop-off rate of 90%. “


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