Laura Freeman provides a free service to job-seekers on LinkedIn helping them find their desired job without the hassle of raising undesirable attention.
Huston, TX (PRWEB) June 29, 2010
Two questions that hound jobseekers on LinkedIn when they consider changing their status to “on the lookout for a better job” are: what if their current employer sees it and how easy would it be to initiate a dialog with an unknown prospective employer and ask for any suitable positions?
LinkedIn is home to 70 million professionals and executives from worldwide Fortune 500 companies. Many of these professionals are looking for better employment and have a target job in mind. However, due to the potential adverse repercussions of social networking, they are hindered from fully utilizing the potential benefits of professional networking.
Understanding this problem, Laura Freeman started an exclusive headhunting service for LinkedIn members. She provides a free service to jobseekers helping them find their desired job without the hassle of raising undesirable attention. Most people who contact her are already employed but looking for a better job. These clients do not want to take chances with their current employment. Laura Freeman takes care of their need by linking them to prospective employers with finesse and confidentiality.
The only online recruiter operating without a recruitment site, Laura Freeman runs her business by e-mail inviting interested LinkedIn members to sign up for the free service. Laura says, “E-mail is my biggest asset.” In combination with LinkedIn tools Laura’s Service is unique. The results have been “all-round satisfaction” for Laura and her clients.
Laura Freeman works with several corporate clients, assisting them in headhunting exclusively through LinkedIn.
For additional information on Laura Freeman’s recruitment service visit her profile on LinkedIn or contact her by e-mail.
About Laura Freeman:
Laura Freeman is a working mother who has ushered in a new era for the recruitment industry. The industry has a growth potential of $420 billion which is nearly the same as the airline sector.