Track Me Back Provides Employers Direct Access to Australia & New Zealand’s Most Talented Returning Expats. Using New technology, Track Me Back Includes 'Career Trends'

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Track Me Back is an online employment community where the top Australian and New Zealand employers can search on and communicate directly with offshore Aussies and Kiwi’s about exciting job opportunities before they return home http://trackmeback.com/ Track Me Back enables Australian and New Zealand employers to be ahead of their competition by contacting Australia and New Zealand’s best returning expats before they land.

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Track Me Back Provides Employers Direct Access to Australia and New Zealand’s Most Talented Returning Expats

Track Me Back re-launches due to it being recently acquired by RollUp Media. Track Me Back offers a unique service to both candidates and clients. The website also uses new technology to analyse the net in order to provide a summary of career trends in real-time.

Now is a better time than ever for expats to return, as the demand for talent is high in both Australia and New Zealand. As a result of this increase in demand, employers are keen to speak with returning expats who bring home international experience.

The job opportunities from Track Me Back’s clients are made visible to candidates who sign up to join the Track Me Back employment community. Meanwhile, Track Me Back offers employers the opportunity to be able to search Australia's and New Zealand's returning expats. To celebrate the launch of trackmeback.com, Track Me Back is running a targeted Facebook competition asking ‘fans’ of Track Me Back’s Facebook pages to upload an image they feel best sums up Australia or New Zealand for a chance to win a Kindle.

Track Me Back was recently acquired by RollUp Media – an exciting new start-up based in the UK. The team have recently re-launched the website in Australia and New Zealand, providing both returning expats the best job opportunities back home, and clients the opportunity to search for the best returning talent for their businesses.

Track Me Back boasts to work with Australia and New Zealand's leading employers and has an ever growing candidate database numbering in the thousands.

Track Me Back also proudly won the Online Business Award 2011 at the City of Sydney Awards.

Track Me Back recently implemented a brand new technology which finds the most talked about and useful career trends. The website is powered by Feedtrace, which uses proprietary algorithms and intensive computer processing to provide the best overview of real-time news and information on the internet.

Updated in real-time, Career Trends provides you with all the latest, up-to-the-minute, career trends according to the most popular and useful social network conversations. Career Trends provides you with the latest career news, stories and advice giving you a central point of reference for all things career-related.

To celebrate its re-launch, due to Track Me Back recently being acquired by RollUp Media, Track Me Back is running a Facebook competition for ‘fans’ of Track Me Backs’ Facebook pages to upload an image they feel best sums up Australia or New Zealand. Their images are then available for others to vote for the best image. The winning image with the most votes, within reason, will win an Amazon Kindle. The ‘Iconic Image of Australia or New Zealand’ competition will run until midday on 30th of July 2012. Further information on the competition can be found on Track Me Back’s Facebook page.

Track Me Back provides a hub for returning expats to register with, and offers a valuable resource for employers to search and communicate with returning talent. Track Me Back includes ‘Career Trends’, which provides you with all the latest, up-to-the-minute, career trends according to the most popular and useful social network conversations.

For more info contact Track Me Back:

Phone +61 2 9006 1047

Mobile +61 (0) 404 323 448

Email caroline(dot)rafferty(at)trackmeback(dot)com(dot)au

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