Leading Recruiting Innovators Come Together to Maximize Their Services.
Job.com, the leading rewards-based, job-matching platform, today announced a new strategic partnership with JazzHR, the leading recruiting solution for small businesses. The collaboration combines JazzHR's robust hiring solution with Job.com's sophisticated AI-powered technology, giving JazzHR users access to Job.com's platform.
Job.com's innovative technology presents employers with the most relevant candidate applications, while keeping active job seekers alert to new top opportunities. In an increasingly tight labor market, JazzHR customers may leverage these tools to competitively fill unique or challenging positions. Together, Job.com and JazzHR streamline the entire sourcing process, allowing small businesses to reach more qualified candidates, faster.
"Highly technical positions are the most difficult to hire for; considering the high degree of specificity, tight deadlines and the limited pool of qualified talent, it's critical for employers to easily verify candidate credentials, pinpoint the best matches and communicate with applicants easily and efficiently," said Arran Stewart, CVO of Job.com. "Job.com's platform brings transparency, speed and immutable recordkeeping to every stage of the hiring process."
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