JobNeters.com: The Website Full of Talents

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JobNeters.com is the first job board in the UK to change the whole process of recruitment. People refer their peers for jobs and get paid for that. Companies are now able to find the perfect candidate through our referrers’ private network, saving time and money! Recruiters can finally reach highly qualified people who are not actively looking for a job…

Helping former colleagues to access a better career is definitely a good deal for them and a good deed for you! Getting paid for your help and sharing this reward with a charity is truly worth for everybody, don't you think?

JobNeters launches a new collaborative network to boost the recruitment process. A good deal and a good deed at the same time.

JobNeters announces that a brand new type of job board enters into the UK market today.

Jobneters.com offers recruiters a new way of hiring talent while saving time and money. All their job postings are free, the cost being the reward they pay upon hiring. JobNeters filters the applications from job seekers by using referrers who lend weight and credibility to the applications.

If this referral process already exists in the UK, most of the time the references are requested by job recruiters. With Jobneters.com the process is different: referrers are at the starting point. Based on their own network, they are able to recommend the right person for a specific job.

"The UK recruiting market needs a new wave of solutions. Recruiters need to receive more qualified CV's. We think that JobNeters.com will save them time and time is money!" says Chris Toudic, Managing Director of JobNeters.

By being a referrer, you will also be doing a good deed. Referrers are motivated by a reward given by recruiters if the candidate is hired. In order to reinforce the social web aspect developed by JobNeters, referrers are also encouraged to share their reward with charities. Furthermore, if a referrer gives the entire reward to a charity, JobNeters will add 10% to be given to the same charity.

Jobneters allows targeting and finding candidates who might not be actively looking for a career change. Most of the time people who currently work, don't surf on job boards on a regular basis. They could be interested in changing jobs, however, should a motivating opportunity be brought up by an acquaintance (a referrer). Therefore, JobNeters increases chances to find the best (hidden) talent for the right job.

"JobNeters changes the way companies recruit by using collaboration tools (Web 2.0). Recruiters have more information about the job seeker and have more tools to make the right decision on who to hire. JobNeters' network is designed for every company and covers every kind of jobs. As a result, everybody can become a referrer and help build up the network" says Chris Chadwick, Chairman of JobNeters.

"Helping former colleagues to access a better career is definitely a good deal for them and a good deed for you! Getting paid for your help and sharing this reward with a charity is truly worth for everybody, don't you think?" adds Chris Toudic, Managing Director of JobNeters.

About JobNeters:

JobNeters Ltd, headquarters in the city of London, has been developed with the help of recruitment agencies and Human Resources professionals from companies in the UK and in Europe.

In order to create a community of referrers, job seekers and recruiters, JobNeters has developed an aggregation of job ads from more than 100 sources across UK (permanently 100 000 job ads on a 10 day-basis). As a result, job seekers can find their "perfect" job through JobNeters and participate into JobNeters' community. The referral job ads will gradually replace the aggregated ones.

Through Web 2.0 technologies, JobNeters.com provides both companies and candidates professional and operational tools to create a brand new recruitment network where everybody is a winner.

For more information, visit http://www.JobNeters.com.

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