San Ramon, CA (PRWEB) April 11, 2012
eQuest today announced that it has extended its agreement with DisABLEDperson, Inc., a major career site portal dedicated to providing jobs to the disabled.
The partnership ensures eQuest compliance customers ongoing job posting exposure in this distinct diversity group. It is also a key component to eQuest’s Compliance offering to meet OFCCP requirements.
Job Opportunities for Disabled American Veterans / JOFDAV.com is a branded name that is pervasive throughout the military community. Employers' job postings on this site can be easily viewed by all of disABLEDperson, Inc.'s partners such as Military.com and the National Employment Team as well as all major military service and veteran career sites, such as The National Resource Directory, VetSuccess.gov and the Armed Forces Wounded Warrior Command Centers worldwide. With the new partnership taking into effect, eQuest's Compliance Service Outreach is extending its network, one of the largest in the industry, to a whole new level.
eQuest's Compliance Services are designed to provide Federal Contractors and Sub-Contractors the highest level of Compliance Readiness and Audit Protection. eQuest works with Federal Contractors to develop and implement best practices related to Affirmative Action job posting while maintaining Compliance standards. eQuest approach towards OFCCP audits is grounded in extensive preparation and process management.
eQuest is the global leader in job posting delivery and talent marketing services, including candidate sourcing and interactive marketing metrics, digital media planning, consulting, global job marketing, and compliance services. Thousands of job boards, social networks and websites are supported in the eQuest network, which spans over 180 countries and territories worldwide. eQuest is one of the most recognized and admired brands in the human resource industry. eQuest can be reached at http://www.equest.com.
About disABLEDperson Inc.
disABLEDperson, Inc. is a 501 (c) 3 Public Charity whose mission is to reduce the unemployment rate amongst individuals and veterans with disabilities. We accomplish this in many ways. Primarily is to post jobs through our 2 national job boards: http://www.disABLEDperson.com for individuals with disabilities in the general population and Job Opportunities for Disabled American Veterans or http://www.JOFDAV.com. We also hold virtual job fairs and national scholarship competitions.