NAS Creates Recruitment Hotsheet, Gets Data to Clients Faster

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NAS Insights, the centralized research operation at NAS Recruitment Communications, is proud to announce the Recruitment Hotsheet, a new, monthly sheet featuring information snapshots of today's most in-demand audiences.

NAS Insights, the centralized research operation at NAS Recruitment Communications, is proud to announce the Recruitment Hotsheet, a new, monthly sheet featuring information snapshots of today's most in-demand audiences.

Each hotsheet will highlight a particular audience or occupation, such as nursing. Clients not only get a quick overview on current employment trends, top markets and upcoming events, but can also directly link to popular e-newsletters, blogs and online networks related to each audience.

"The Recruitment Hotsheet is designed to introduce niche Web 2.0 technologies in conjunction with traditional media for employment branding and marketing efforts," said Kelly White, Research Analyst at NAS Insights. "These outlets enable our clients to stay plugged into candidates and get their message in front of the most in-demand audiences. The one-sheet format quickly reveals the latest workforce trends while keeping clients up to date on the hottest positions."

Future hotsheets planned for 2009 include computer programmers, healthcare information managers and engineers, as well as the Hispanic, Baby Boomer, Gen X and Gen Y audiences. Check out this month's Recruitment Hotsheet, featuring the field of pharmacy: March 2009 Recruitment Hotsheet: Pharmacists

To find out more about how NAS Insights can assist you with customized research for your talent acquisition needs, please contact your nearest NAS office.

NAS Recruitment Communications, part of McCann Worldgroup, delivers best-of-class HR strategy solutions for online and offline candidate engagement and specialized expertise in career websites, onboarding, employee communication and HR metrics. Creating Demand. Delivering Talent. Changing Lives.

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