In addition, we also send your jobs to various community based diversity organizations that are local to the job location. These community based organizations are those who assists job seekers, including various minorities and under-represented groups, find employment. Example of such organizations can range from local community colleges, trade schools to veteran’s organizations, disability support groups to state rehabilitation agencies.
Employers can also add organizations and contacts with whom they have developed relationships and wants their job opening information to be conveyed. For example, and employer can enter contacts at local community colleges, universities or trade schools should they want job postings to be distributed there. Similarly, they can add their own network of local employment counselors who are helping minorities and otherwise disadvantaged job seekers to send their job openings. Such outreach efforts by local employers are powerful mechanisms to attract local talent, and also helps employers with their affirmative action efforts.
Matched job postings are distributed to job seekers who have signed up to receive ‘job alert’ emails. In addition, jobs posted online are also shared through our Twitter account.
For employers who have signed up for our OFCCP compliance services and need to comply with VEVRRA regulations, jobs are posted on the state’s official job board provided the employer is a registered employer in the state employment system and has valid credentials and approval to post jobs there.
Our job distribution service also includes custom development of job postings to other free or paid job boards with which the employer has agreements to post jobs. Cost of such custom job distribution may vary.