iHire & Digi-Me Announce New Partnership

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iHire joins with Digi-Me providing employers and recruiters variety of ways to enhance job postings, improve candidate engagement, and maximize conversion rates

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iHire is very excited to offer Dig-Me's collection of tools to our clients, said Tim Hawk, iHire's Business Development Director

iHire has joined with Digi-Me to provide employers and recruiters with a variety of ways to enhance their job postings, improve candidate engagement, and maximize conversion rates. With this partnership, iHire will be adding Digi-Me’s customized recruitment videos to their stable of tools and resources. These new offerings include:

  •     Job Video – 60-second spots that provide key information, employer branding, and a call to action for a specific job opening (available in three styles: Graphics, Newsdesk, and Montage).
  •     Cultural Video – three-minute clips that showcase an organization’s cultural values, major innovations, differentiators, benefits of employment, etc.
  •     Candidate Expectation Video – short summary of the hiring process, including timing and next steps, to combat candidate frustration with the “application black hole” and generate a more positive experience.

Studies have shown that individuals retain information better after watching a video versus just reading text, with candidates able to recall as much as 300% more detail about a particular position. This clearer understanding empowers job seekers to make educated decisions about whether to apply.

“It is imperative for companies to focus their recruitment efforts and strategically target specific types of talent,” said Lindsay Stanton, Chief Client Officer of Digi-Me. “Each of our unique video solutions allow employers to create deeper brand recognition while simultaneously bridging the communication gaps traditional job postings can generate and increasing candidate engagement to attract higher-quality applicants.”

“iHire is very excited to offer Digi-Me’s collection of tools to our clients,” said Tim Hawk, iHire’s Business Development Director. “We are always looking for partners who expand our reach and improve the efficiency and value we offer to both employers and candidates. We are fortunate to have found just such a one-stop shop for digital video offerings in Digi-Me.”

Employers interested in incorporating Digi-Me’s tools into their iHire campaign should contact Tim Hawk directly. For more information on Digi-Me’s Client Expectation videos, please visit http://www.digi-me.com/ihire-candidate-expectations/.

About Digi-Me
With our short, customized recruitment videos spotlighting career opportunities and corporate culture, Digi-Me, a JSTN company, delivers information to job seekers in a way that is more engaging and more accessible across all media platforms and devices. Our professional-quality video solutions include the latest cloud-based tracking technology for up-to-the-minute reporting on candidate behavior as well as automatic integration into your ATS. Harness the power of video to boost SEO, improve candidate self-selection, and stand out from the competition with Digi-Me video solutions. Learn more at http://www.digi-me.com.

About iHire, LLC
iHire offers a network of niche job boards dedicated to specific professions, enabling job seekers and employers to reach their employment goals by focusing their searches. iHire provides job seekers a single place to find jobs that are posted all over the internet, including places like small and large business websites, government databases, and industry associations in addition to other services such as resume writing/formatting. For employers, iHire provides straightforward hiring tools including search engine optimized video postings to help fill open positions quickly and cost effectively. iHire understands that successful recruiting isn’t about a lot of resumes; it’s about the right resumes. That’s why iHire offers a niche focus with network reach, enabling employers a fast, affordable way to reach the right candidates. Visit http://www.ihire.com for more information.

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