Workhaven Experiences Exponential Growth

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Workhaven, the popular international recruitment website has announced exponential growth over the last six months.

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Workhaven, the popular international recruitment website has announced exponential growth over the last six months.

Unlike most recruitment facilities, Workhaven does not accept job advertisements but allows employers to set up on-line dialogues with potential candidates and in effect head hunt them. The facility is free to candidates and paid for by employers.

For competitive reasons Workhaven normally has a 'no-comment' policy when queried about metrics so it is unusual to be able to glean any official statistics from them.

Said Bruce Medhurst, Workhaven CIO, "The six months since April of this year we have witnessed an exponential growth in candidate numbers and overall activity. When Workhaven was launched in 2004 the one uncertainty was whether the market place would be able to adjust to such a radically different approach to recruitment. Well the figures seem to speak for themselves".

Workhaven has proved especially popular with professionals wishing to make themselves available to the jobs market place without jeopardising their current employment.

Said Bruce Medhurst, "We've been staggered by the range of professions that have registered with Workhaven. We've had Cardiologists, Financial Directors, Teachers, DJ's, Costume Interpreters & Cutters, Biochemists, IT project leaders, Microbiologists; the list just goes on and on. The broad cross section of roles illustrates the broad appeal that Workhaven has to candidates and in turn the tremendous facility it provides to potential employers."

Background

Workhaven Limited - is a privately funded company incorporated in April 2004 to provide an online facility allowing employers to locate both active and passive job seekers. Full details of Workhaven's unique approach to recruitment may be found on its website http://www.workhaven.com

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