Sharing Job Openings with Alumni Made Easy - Referral Recruitment is the Way to Go

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This has been an age of multifarious job websites which require job seeker to submit his resume and let the recruiter connects with the job seeker.

With job market looking very good, it is becoming a tough task for employers to close the recruitment process with a job seeker successfully as each job seeker lands with more than one job opportunities. The element of trust in the recruitment process has started taking back seat.

Also, job seekers are becoming confused with the multiple job opportunities sounding similar. The job seekers are seldom sure if the job would fulfill their career needs and hence there lies apprehension in their mind.

The element of trust and transparency about job opportunities for a job seeker demands a more reliable source in the company other than the HR executives, who could bring both, the employer and job seeker together in trustful manner.

This brings employees of the company into picture.

A company could really achieve tremendous progress in its recruitment process if every employee in the company starts referring at least one job seeker for one of the job openings., with its beta release, is providing end-to-end solution for referral recruitment wherein an employee shares job openings in his company with his alumni. He communicates about the job openings with interested alumni on private message board. His alumni get very much sure about the job opening by interacting in the private message board and then only, he applies for the job opening. The employee refers interested alumni to his employer. The end result is a happy job seeker and a happy employer because the trust and transparency between job seeker, employee, and employer remains intact at all times.

To find more out about this free service for all, get registered with ( and start sharing job openings in your company today.


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