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New Website Helps L.I. Youths Find Summer Jobs North Shore businessman Thomas Cerna came up with the idea for Youthire.com last summer when he needed someone to water his plants ...
A job board as young as it feels By DAN O’REGAN Before leaving for a summer vacation, Thomas Cerna found himself with nobody to water his plants while he was away. That got him thinking: Why not create a website where you could post odd j ...
As Glenwood Landing resident Tom Cerna explains it, the idea came to him as he was preparing to go on a week-long vacation to Montauk with his family this past summer and needed someone to water the plants. "The light bulb went off," he said. "I ...
Earlier this month I posted a job on YoutHire.com for someone to help me clean out my garage. Within a couple of days, two people had applied. It was reassuring I that I was able to read about the background and experience of both applicants on the website. They both seemed suitable. Andrew H. arrived at the agreed date and time and was helpful and personable.
I liked the fact that I was able to post the job at an hourly rate without having to specify the exact number of hours needed, since I wasn't sure how much time would be required. For other types of jobs there is the option to post a lump sum rate. Once the work was finished, it was easy to arrange the payment on YoutHire.com for the exact number of hours worked.
The entire process worked out well for me. It's simple to post any kind of job, big or small, which is a plus. I'm sure I'll use YoutHire again in the future and I encourage others to give it a try. It would be great for our community if this service can continue to grow. By: Leslie Raynor
We were scheduled to cover one of our ice cream trucks with a motorhome cover for the winter months. At the last minute the fellow who was to help us couldn't make it on Sunday. I remembered Youthire. On Saturday, I registered a job opening for a helper. I called Tom at Youthire support who tied to line up a couple helpers but the times just didn't work for us. Sunday morning I received a call from James who is a youthire worker. James could not make it to us by the start time of 12 noon, however, he put us in touch with Dan. Dan, #DT3259,called and said he could make it to us in Oakdale by 12 noon. Wonderful, I gave him the address, etc. Dan lives in the Bayport/Blue Point area. About 11:45 Dan arrives and is a tremendous help. We couldn't ask for more. When he was about to leave, I asked him were he parked his car. It turned out he didn't come by car. He rode his bike to the bus and then rode his bike to our location. What a great young fellow. We had a very last minute need and found everyone concerned to be very helpful. Thank You Youthire!!! By: Elaine Piotrowski