Millers Creek, NC (PRWEB) February 15, 2006
Jobopoly.com, Inc. has launched free web services on its flagship website http://www.jobopoly.com allowing employers to post an unlimited number of free job posts. Major career sites usually charge up to $500 for a job post making it very difficult for small to mid size businesses to advertise jobs they may have open. "Our services are designed to be robust, secure, and easy to use for human resources professionals." states Jobopoly.com, Inc. CEO Dan Pereira. He continues, "The current trend in online social network services is to give away the primary service with a revenue model based on selling upgrades or high quality ad space." For job seekers, Jobopoly.com offers free job searching, free resume document upload and an online resume builder as well as free resume searching for employers.
Jobopoly.com, Inc. is dedicated to making its web service the premier online job marketplace for the new economy by providing an alternative to traditional high-cost job advertising. Using our free services employers will be able to quickly update and change their job posts allowing them to optimize the type of candidates they receive. Recruiters can use the service for generic job posts that target a specific skill or industry sector without the usual high overhead. Making it easy for employers to advertise their jobs can only help improve the nation's job market overall. It is our goal to help people find work.
Future offerings from Jobopoly.com, Inc. may include open source employment portal software and hosting services for companies who wish to implement or outsource their internal employment systems. This software will allow companies to post jobs internally and externally from one single management console that would also provide statistics and reporting for management to use to improve human resources operations. Because the software is open source companies will be able to integrate and customize it themselves, or use Jobopoly.com professional services to facilitate custom integration and development.
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