’s Job Exchange
Introduces Compliance Services for Broadbean Clients
Newport Beach, CA, April 5, 2010 -- Broadbean Technology, a global provider of job advertisement distribution and candidate response tracking technology today announced partnership with America's Job Exchange, a leader in job search and online recruiting solutions, The partnership will allow Broadbean clients to have direct access to the industry-leading compliance-related distribution and reporting services from America’s Job Exchange (AJE) through their existing Broadbean career management and applicant tracking solutions, and provide the ability to purchase AJE services directly through their current Broadbean account managers.
“Despite a challenging employment environment, AJE continues to grow rapidly which is a result of a fast adoption of the unique value proposition that AJE brings to the marketplace,” said Rathin Sinha, President of America's Job Exchange. “Our partnership with Broadbean makes it easy for Broadbean clients to obtain the AJE suite of unique solutions using their existing relationships and technologies”.
AJE and Broadbean will work together to promote and assist clients with strategic solutions for affirmative action related job distribution. In addition to direct import of job data, and display on the AJE website, Broadbean clients’ jobs will be appropriately displayed in several diversity, disability, senior and veteran-focused AJE Career Exchanges and relevant State Exchanges. Job postings from Federal Contractors will also be distributed to AJE’s broad network of state employment offices and partner websites. Broadbean clients will additionally receive comprehensive reporting from AJE, and have the opportunity to obtain diversity-centric brand advertising solutions offered by AJE as part of their overall media solutions promoting diversity in hiring practices.
“Broadbean is a global leader when it comes to providing online recruiting software solutions to our media partners and clients. The partnership with America’s Job Exchange helps us key in to a more traditional marketplace while providing more advanced job posting capabilities.” stated Broadbean founder, Kelly Robinson. “We look forward to the opportunity to reach as many job seekers as possible; this is the promise that our partnership with AJE represents.”
About Broadbean Technology
Broadbean Technology provides global job posting distribution and response tracking solutions to many of the world's largest staffing companies, recruitment advertising agencies, technology vendors, Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) businesses and major employers,increasing the effectiveness of online recruitment advertising providing return on investment metrics on job board performance.http://www.broadbean.com
About America's Job Exchange
America's Job Exchange (AJE), a pioneer in job search and on-line recruiting, specializes in diversity-focused and middle-income jobs. Thousands of employers, large and small, use its job posting, resume database, and media solutions from AJE to reach a large pool of diversity oriented job seekers while also strengthening their compliance-related efforts. AJE is a wholly owned subsidiary of NaviSite (NASDAQ: NAVI). For more information, please visit:www.americasjobexchange.com/employer .
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