Tech in Motion announces top 10 local tech companies and opens public voting to determine winners.
Philadelphia (September 27, 2018) – Tech in Motion Philadelphia has chosen Laborocity as a finalist for this year’s Best Tech Startup category of the 3rd Annual Timmy Awards, which recognizes the top workplaces for tech professionals in the Philly area. Laborocity joins an elite list of this year’s finalists, including Think Company, Thomas Jefferson University and AWeber.
Laborocity is on a mission to employ the evolving global workforce and to power the way businesses find and transact with contract workers. Using, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and our proprietary technology, Laborocity allows businesses to find and transact with pre-qualified workers, on-demand.
Laborocity helps businesses across multiple industries: healthcare, IT, warehouse, shipping & logistics, construction and restoration, to fill jobs in a few minutes. Laborocity enables a business to fill same day or night shifts jobs with just a click of a button.
“We enable businesses to hire qualified workers on-demand. Our “Doers” are taken through a vetting process. Our on-demand workers are interviewed, background checked and fully insured, as part of the Laborocity service. Laborocity’s core competency is our ability to hire well and enable our customers to transact immediately” says Woody Klemmer, Co-Founder of Laborocity.
“It is an honor to celebrate the companies who are striving to better the lives and workplaces of their tech teams,” says Mandy Walker, Director of Marketing at Tech in Motion. “As the event series grows each year, we are excited to celebrate the diversity, innovation and growth in the community – which we recognize is represented by these finalists whether or not they walk home with an award.”
Philadelphia’s local community can get involved by voting online to help determine which company is crowned the best in tech. Winners will be chosen by a panel of expert judges and communal votes. The complete list of Philadelphia’s 2018 Timmy Awards finalists can be found here. The four “Best Tech” award categories include: Startup, Manager, Work Culture and Workplace for Diversity.
Philadelphia’s 2018 Timmy Awards will be held on October 9 at the Science History Institute at 315 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, PA from 6pm – 9pm. This free event is open to the public and will consist of tech demos, entertainment and networking. The ceremony will also feature presentations from Philadelphia’s top tech leaders. If you are interested in learning more or attending Tech in Motion’s biggest event of the year, visit the Timmy Awards or RSVP here.
Laborocity, formerly LaborOnDemand and GladlyDo, is a leading on-demand hiring platform reinventing the way companies hire quality workers. Laborocity was built to help reduce the headache and costs associated with hiring quality workers, or “Doers”. Laborocity solves businesses’ immediate hiring needs around the clock with just a few clicks. Clients can access Laborocity’s on-demand service anytime from anywhere, allowing businesses and ‘Doers’ to connect and get hired in real-time. Laborocity helps businesses across multiple industries: healthcare, IT, warehouse, shipping & logistics, construction and restoration. To learn more, visit www.laborocity.com
About Tech in Motion Events
Tech in Motion is an international events series that brings local tech community professionals together to connect, learn, and innovate. What started as a collaborative project in 2011 between IT recruiting firms Jobspring Partners and Workbridge Associates, part of the Motion Recruitment network, grew into an organization of over 100,000 members across 12 chapters in North America including Atlanta, Boston, Dallas, New York, Philadelphia, DC, Chicago, San Francisco, Silicon Valley, LA, Orange County and Toronto. Please visit techinmotionevents.com for more information about notable speakers, sponsors and events.
Thoughts? Hit me up. Woody@Laborocity.com
Woody Klemmer is the Co-Founder of Laborocity, a company that provides businesses with screened college students and recent grads to help with temporary work, on-demand.