HireAbility.com’s Recruiter Training Center Launches New Web Site

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Executives say new Web site makes finding upcoming trainings and on demand playbacks of accredited training more accessible to recruiters and provides top-notch job skills to job seekers.

Right now, especially in these tough economic times, people in the staffing industry and those looking for employment need a central location to find all of their education needs

HireAbility.com, the leader in recruiting services and software announced the launch of their Recruiter Training Center’s new Web site, recruitertrainingcenter.com. The Web site, created to make online and on demand trainings for both the recruiter and job seeker communities easily accessible, features a wide-array of upcoming trainings, a library of on demand playbacks, and biographies of the trainers at the Center.

“Right now, especially in these tough economic times, people in the staffing industry and those looking for employment need a central location to find all of their education needs,” said Amy Renz, President & COO at HireAbility.com. “With a simple mouse click, our new Web site gives individuals and companies a place to take the classes they need in order to get ahead; whether it’s finding the best tips on getting a job, or using FaceBook to recruit or Web 2.0 tools to drive sales, we’ve got it all at the Recruiter Training Center.”

HireAbility.com’s Recruiter Training Center brings online training to the staffing industry and job seeker community on a bi-weekly basis. Last week, Craig Silverman, a member of the company’s Board of Directors hosted a training on how to “Get a Job in Weeks”. The class provided out-of-the-box thinking and ways that people looking for employment can stand out from their competition. The training is available to the public in an on demand playback by clicking here.

Next month, the Recruiter Training Center is brining Adam Peterson, CEO of VIPE, to the Center to teach the staffing industry how the latest Web 2.0 tools can help them successfully recruit in a down economy.

“It’s not about focusing on what’s bad with the economy at the Recruiter Training Center,” said Renz. “It’s about how to be your best in all economic situations. And, with the launch of our new site, this quality of information is available to anyone who needs it.”

For more information on the latest trainings and playbacks at HireAbility.com’s Recruiter Training Center, visit recruitertrainigncenter.com.

About HireAbility.com’s Recruiter Training Center:
HireAbility.com's Recruiter Training Center was founded in 2007 in order to bring online and on demand training to the staffing industry. Throughout its history, the training center has brought a vast array of quality educational programs led by the industry's top leaders. From teachers like Danny Cahill and Fran Goldstein paving the way on how to increase and qualify leads to technical gurus like Shally Steckerl, Mark Berger, and James Durbin instructing on the 'ins and outs' of finding passive candidates using Web 2.0 tools, the training center has become nationally-recognized as a premier provider of recruiter education.

About HireAbility.com:
HireAbility.com, LLC is a privately held recruiting services and software company based in Londonderry, NH. Since 1999, HireAbility.com's software and services have improved talent acquisition, cut recruitment costs, and improved marketing ROI. HireAbility processes the world's resumes by integrating its ALEX resume parsing software into solutions from leading providers of job sites, Applicant Tracking Systems, and HR Information Systems. They have one of the most powerful, highly focused media engines for recruitment on the planet. And, HireAbility enables collaboration between staffing agency, corporate and independent recruiters on Talent Trader, their recruiter-networking platform.

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