Business owners can request work by filling in information like the scope of work and remuneration. These jobs are then posted as listings on DIP’s side-jobs app Gaksei Hunter. Once a job has been accepted, the company holds the payment in escrow until it’s completed. DIP also runs an on-demand salary service Banq.
Listings are free, but the site takes a 10 percent administration fee.
Founded in 1997, Tokyo-based DIP Corp. also operates the temporary and part-time jobs site Baitoru, the regular recruitment vertical BaitoruNext, a comprehensive jobs site Hatarako, and a jobs site for nurses at Iryo-De-Hatarako.net.