So i stumbled upon few start-ups that do such work.They're really good technological start-ups.
It is a Seattle based start-up founded in 2014 and gaining huge reputation. Already featured on Business Insider,The Wall Street Journal, Lifehacker,The Huffington Post etc.
Poachable has recent recruiters like ebay,amazon,Dropbox,facebook,Microsoft and many more.The video link below gives a glimpse about their working.
Poacht™ is an app/web SaaS platform that helps employers cherry-pick the best, most qualified "free-agent" candidates who are currently employed at other companies.
suggests jobs to users, who then swipe right if they’re interested and left if not. User profiles are anonymous—only when both parties express interest does the site reveal the user’s real name and contact information. Switch, launched last summer,says it avoids presenting candidates to hiring managers who work at the same company.
Launched in June, Switch is currently working with New York-based technology and digital media companies, such as Crowdtap, Taboola, Dropbox, Wikipedia, MadisonLogic, Dstillery, and SoundCloud, and plans to expand to Washington, DC and San Francisco next.
The app is totally free. If you’re in the market for a new opportunity (or team member), give it a try. Jobr is one such similar app with similar right left functionality.
"Tinder for Jobs: Check Out New App Switch"
Talk directly to hiring managers at Facebook, Lyft, Twitter, The Boston Consulting Group, Yelp, Houzz, Uber, IBM, Intel, Accenture, and many more!
1) Jobr shows you jobs it thinks you would be interested in, and lets you anonymously like or pass on them.
2) If a hiring manager is interested in you, then Jobr makes an introduction and lets you chat within the app.
1) Jobr lets you post jobs and anonymously like or pass on candidates it thinks are a good fit.
2) If a candidate you like happens to like one of your jobs, then Jobr makes an introduction and lets you chat within the app.