An Army of Job-Seeking Women Is on the Attack

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An army of highly educated and reliable job-seeking women who are re-entering the workforce or shifting career gears finally has an on-line rallying place. was created to connect this previously below-radar workforce directly with organizations looking to hire them. understands the emotional and practical challenges of getting back in the work game after being on the sidelines for a while.

Co-founders Cindy Touma and Karen Frankel founded the company as a result of their first-hand experiences as job-seekers who were re-entering the workforce.

They vowed that their company would combine compassion, a personal touch and a highly focused strategy to get women working again, ideally beginning tomorrow.

This approach, combined with the decision to focus on part-time, short-term, project based opportunities has enabled job candidates to test out different industries and both candidates and employers to take baby steps at first, if desired.

In a recent interview, Co-Founder Cindy Touma stated, “women and employers love the concept. Additionally, they truly appreciate the way it enables a candidate’s true personality to emerge prior to making a hiring decision. Hiring clients are always telling us how important a good cultural fit is between a candidate and their organization. provides the perfect forum to ensure this fit. This begins with the fun and personal design of our job seeker profile all the way through to the way we connect directly with every single candidate and employer to ensure they are getting the most out of our service." has clearly touched a nerve in the world of hiring, job search and entrepreneurship.

In fact, Syracuse University is honoring Cindy Touma, founder of as 1 of 3 women entrepreneurs to be featured in their September 24th, 2013 NYC event: Women Entrepreneurs in NYC: New Ideas and New Beginnings. For more information on this event, please visit the link below:

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