We're now rapidly approaching 5,000 active companies on our site, and the feedback has been tremendous.
Santa Monica, CA (PRWEB) February 11, 2011
ResumeBucket.com, the fastest growing free online employment service, today announced its 1 millionth free communication between employers and employees, setting a milestone for helping growing companies find available talent on shoestring budgets. ResumeBucket allows employers to post jobs and reach out directly to a free-to-use database of over 600,000 job-seeking users. Its 1.1+ million communications to date are comprised of both applications to job postings and employers reaching out directly to candidates. They consistently see over 5,000 communications per day.
“We're very excited to see how rapidly ResumeBucket has been adopted by both job seekers and companies,” said Ted Hekman, Co-Founder and CEO of ResumeBucket. “We're now rapidly approaching 5,000 active companies on our site, and the feedback has been tremendous.”
ResumeBucket continues to lead the way in the free online employment services market, working with more than 4,000 employers and 600,000 employees. A recent HR survey conducted on ResumeBucket showed that over 15% of its employers successfully hired an employee from the website within 30 days of registering.
ResumeBucket allows job seekers to upload and convert their existing resume to a unique URL branded just for their job search. Users can apply to jobs directly on the site, or link their URL in their emails, job applications, social networks, or website. They can take advantage of branding tools and metrics reports, so they can see exactly who is looking at their resume. Job seekers new to the job hunt can dig through hundreds of sample resumes in ResumeBucket's comprehensive free resume library. Employers can create free company profiles and post as many jobs as they wish for free. There is an optional premium service for employers that includes increased functionality such as advanced searching, tracking and commenting of candidates, and an external job widget.