So many good people out there are looking for employment, and a lot of companies are looking for good people. The problem has been connecting the two. Our system can make connecting easier, and help fill jobs faster, with better results, and less frustration.
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Pleasant Prairie, WI (PRWEB) July 28, 2005
eBullpen, LLC introduces the first national employment matching Web site http://www.ebullpen.com that uses personality factors and job experience instead of resumes to connect job seekers and employers directly. The two are matched by comparing the personality and job preferences of seekers with personality traits and job requirements the employer specifies.
On eBullpen.com, job seekers create unique individual profiles by defining the job they seek and taking a short personality test. Employers define their job's requirements and answer simple questions to define the personality traits important to the position. Job seekers who match a job's profile are listed in the employer's search results, in order of percentage match. Only username and job profile information can be seen by employers, giving job seekers privacy until they choose to disclose contact information.
"ItÂs almost impossible for people to show their true personal style to potential employers online," explains Michael Sproul, President and founder of http://www.ebullpen.com . "So many good people out there are looking for employment, and a lot of companies are looking for good people. The problem has been connecting the two. Our system can make connecting easier, and help fill jobs faster, with better results, and less frustration."
eBullpen shortens the hiring process by quickly identifying people who are a good fit for a job's profile. It allows employers to quickly find people who match their job profiles and the personality style they seek before reviewing resumes. Employers can initiate instant online contact with job seekers right in the system, saving time, effort and money. It's low cost and easily accessible to HR departments, small business owners and recruiting agencies alike.
For job seekers, the system is like having the best matching jobs find them. http://www.ebullpen.com provides a new job search tool that spotlights them to employers as a match more obviously than a resume would. It places the focus of an initial candidate search back on the individual rather than purely the resume, giving the job seeker a better chance of being found for jobs that fit their personality and search preferences.
eBullpen, LLC is based in Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin. It was founded in 2004 to simplify the employment process for both job seekers and employers by offering a new networking tool that relieves the frustrations of today's automated recruitment methods. Over 12 years of research has gone into the "Big 5" personality model that the eBullpen matching algorithm is based on. eBullpen invested a year of development, including Ph.D certified test validation, into its search mechanism. eBullpen's founder, Michael Sproul, managed companies in the U.S., Europe, Asia and the Middle East, successfully building workgroups in diversified cultures. His repeatable success across the globe in developing leaders and improving work team efficiencies became the foundation for the development of the Patent Pending eBullpen matching system.
Visit http://www.eBullpen.com for more information or contact eBullpen directly.
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