JobServe makes moves to ease Recruiter workload
17 February 2011 08:30
International job board JobServe has announced the latest update to its website, providing further improvements to help recruiters.
Headlining the new release is JobServe’s "Announce Availability" feature, designed to help recruiters by quickly and easily showing a candidate’s job seeking status.
Part of JobServe’s continuous improvement programme, the latest release also includes a re-vamped application tracker along with a new landing page for candidates.
Wendy Cowell, Global Online Sales & Business Development Manager, commented "At JobServe we spend a lot of time speaking with our customers, learning about how they work and the challenges they face. One of the repeat themes is how little time a recruiter has to identify and provide an employer with relevant CVs."
Cowell continued, "Over recent times JobServe has enhanced its powerful CV matching systems and now, with the release of our ‘Announce Availability’ feature, we have made it easier for recruiters to identify those candidates actively seeking employment."
2011 is already shaping-up to be a successful year for JobServe, who is nominated for the Onrec Candidate Service Award, with the winner due to be announced in March.
Les Powell, General Manager Product & Service Delivery, added "The quality of the data we provide both our customers and candidates is paramount. We proactively encourage our candidates to complete their online profiles, and explain to them in the benefits of doing so. To my knowledge, we also remain the only job board to manually review every single job and every CV that passes through our system.
It is this sort of attention to detail that distinguishes us from much of our competition and ensures we provide the best service to our customers and candidates alike."
Cowell concluded, "Announcing new services for our customers is always exciting, and it’s great to see the benefits that our new products and enhancements continue to bring to our customers. With a constant stream of improvements under way, there will be many more announcements over the coming months."