MENLO PARK, Calif., October 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Robert Half mobile app is a multiple winner of this year’s annual w3 awards, honored for its excellence in visual design and user experience. The job search app was also named one of the best mobile apps in two categories, Professional Services and Recruitment.

The w3 Awards are the world’s leading digital competition rewarding creative and marketing professionals behind websites, videos, marketing, mobile apps, social media and podcasts. The winners were selected from more than 3,000 entries from around the world. This is the second consecutive year that the Robert Half mobile application has been honored by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts (AIVA).

“This recognition reflects our commitment to providing a world-class user experience for job seekers using our proprietary AI matching technology,” said James Johnsonexecutive vice president and chief technology officer of Robert Demi. “We pride ourselves on our willingness to continually innovate and invest in mobile app features that will provide our candidates with a one-of-a-kind digital experience.”

Since its launch in July 2019the Robert Half mobile app has helped professionals across the United States and Canada with their job search by matching them with opportunities that truly match their needs. To date, job seekers have applied to over one million job vacancies and received over three million job referrals.

The Robert Half mobile app was recently named a Gold Stevie Award winner at the 19th International Business Awards. The app received the highest honor for Mobile Sites and Apps in the Professional Services category for the second year in a row.

About Robert Demi

Robert Demi is the world’s first and largest business consulting and specialized talent management solutions company that connects people to meaningful work and provides clients with the talent and expertise they need to compete and grow in complete confidence. Visit and download the company’s award-winning mobile app.

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