ImIn,Inc., an Atlanta, GA-based absenteeism administration firm, closed a $1m seed funding spherical.
The spherical was led by Collab Capital.
The corporate intends to make use of the funds to scale and automate its on-demand worker scheduling app, which has been in its beta stage since June 2021.
Led by founder and CEO Lauren Wilson, ImIn gives its on-demand worker scheduling app, which permits staff, significantly these in hourly, wage positions, to have full management of their work schedules whereas additionally incomes rewards and incentives. Corporations can, in flip, fill scheduling gaps by sending out push notifications to their expertise pool.
Along with offering flexibility for the full-time worker, the corporate additionally has the power to supply hours to a pool of on-demand workers, which helps fill gaps in hours and in the end reduce an organization’s income misplaced each day.
For workers, the applying helps work-life stability whereas additionally serving to them keep their employment and constant revenue.