AUSTIN, TX--(Marketwire - August 26, 2010) - Talent Alliance, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: TLAN) announced today that it continues to improve on its technology offerings to support candidates, current clients and other companies looking to fill key positions and sees further traction in this market. "We continue to hear from our candidates that knowing what opportunities exist in the job market assists them in making informed decisions about where they will fit and be able to create immediate value for employers," says Chris Beck, the Company's SVP of Business Development. Beck adds, "With our traffic on SecurityJobZone up nearly 30% from last quarter, we know empirically that it is really beginning to make an impact and we plan to take the comments and feedback and incorporate additional tools to this portal."
SecurityJobZone.com makes it easy for companies to post openings and gives candidates an easy interface to search those postings as well as submit their resumes. Further, the site provides many resources to the candidates that include resume examples and tips as well interviewing techniques. The Company is currently offering a free 30-day trial to employers; the login is available on www.securityjobzone.com.
About Talent Alliance:
Based in Austin, Texas and with operations in Shanghai, China -- Talent Alliance, Inc. (http://www.talentallianceintl.com) provides talent management and talent acquisition technology applications and resources in the United States and The People's Republic of China. Talent Alliance provides world class permanent placement recruiting, contingent staffing, employee leasing and benefits management services, and proprietary talent acquisition technology solutions to small, medium sized businesses and multi-national corporations in the United States and the People's Republic of China. The company currently has offices in Texas, Florida, Missouri, Shanghai and Beijing, China.
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