As to it's comparison to RR - I brought up the same question to a peer last week when we discussed the QuietAgent news. Closest comparison (based on memory, mind you) was more polish and a focus on Fortune companies. It's funny you'd bring it up since we spent 10 minutes laughing about ResumeRabbit jokes over lunch.
All kidding aside, I'm not sure that QA does the aggregation that RR does. Would seem more like it's own repository/resource at a glance. Also - I think somewhere in the process that the companies must visually communicate QA use.
I think we came up with ResumeRabbit as a push for job seekers versus QuietAgent as a pull for employers. (simplified a bit, I know.)
Not promoting QA - in fact I've never used it. Just hoping to share the news and get some feedback here on the claims and functionality.
Scary that a few of us may have made the same initial comparison, though. :-)…
that then put the client or candidate perception? Better or worse?
Over here in the UK, the comparison is made between recruitment consultants and estate agents, and this always comes up when candidates and clients alike start to make comparisons at the bad end of our industry!
It makes me mad when people do that, because it is usually from a position of absolutely no knowledge whatsoever!
And anyway there are good used car salespeople and good estate agents out there , they are not all that bad ...... are they? : )…