HireAbility.com Offers its Recruiter Network Executive-level Membership and its Job Board services for Free to the Staffing and Recruiting Industry Executives say these momentous changes provide access to HireAbility.com’s Split Placement Exchange without paying administration fees; free job postings, which are cross-posted to hundreds of job boards; and access to several member discounts without membership fees.

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HireAbility.com, a leader in recruiting software and services, announced today that it has changed its paid Recruiter Network Executive-level membership services (an $85/month value) and its job posting subscriptions on http://www.hireability.com all to a no cost status.

We believe there are more viable revenue models available to us, and the change certainly benefits our members at a time when they appreciate a little boost. By opening up our worldwide Recruiter Network and our job board, we are giving this industry tools they need to achieve their business goals from job posting and professional networking, to split placements, member discounts, and more.

HireAbility.com, a leader in recruiting software and services, announced today that it has changed its paid Recruiter Network Executive-level membership services (an $85/month value) and its job posting subscriptions on http://www.hireability.com all to a no cost status.

Before this change, staffing and recruiting professionals were paying fees to gain access to the only Split Placement Exchange in the industry that does not charge additional administration fees, a job posting system that cross-posts out to hundreds of job boards at no extra charge, and a wide variety of additional member discounts. Because of the recent change in membership costs, staffing and recruiting professionals can now join HireAbility.com’s Recruiter Network and post to its job board for free.

“We’re excited to make these changes,” said Amy Renz, President & COO of HireAbility.com. “We believe there are more viable revenue models available to us, and the change certainly benefits our members at a time when they appreciate a little boost. By opening up our worldwide Recruiter Network and our job board, we are giving this industry tools they need to achieve their business goals from job posting and professional networking, to split placements, member discounts, and more.”

The free membership to the Recruiter Network on http://www.TalentTrader.net includes Member Discounts like a $1,000-yearly savings on Infogist products, free job postings on Meddevicejobs.com, free job distribution to over 100 job sites, a free 90-day license to Broadlook’s Content Capture, and more. In addition, HireAbility.com’s Split Placement Exchange has over $10 million available in placements.

To access a free membership to HireAbility.com’s Recruiter Network register at http://www.talenttrader.net . To check out the job board go to http://www.hireability.com/employers/ . For more information, contact Michelle Stein, Director of Customer Relations at HireAbility.com at mstein(at)hireability(dot)com.

About HireAbility
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. Their Recruiter Training Center has become nationally-recognized as a premier provider of recruiter education, and they have one of the most powerful, highly focused media engines for recruitment on the planet. Its Talent Trader recruiter networking platform enables collaboration between staffing agency, corporate and independent recruiters.

This press release was distributed through eMediawire by Human Resources Marketer (HR Marketer: http://www.HRmarketer.com ) on behalf of the company listed above.

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