Posts Tagged ‘Job board’

Nominees for Job Board Awards Announced



vote-australiaNominees for the Australian Job Board Awards has been announced in the following categories: Best Job Board (Generalist), Best Job Board (Profession)
Best Job Board (Demographic), Best Newcomer and Best Talent Database.

Check out the nominees and vote for your favourite job board.

vote-nzDue to the size of the New Zealand market there is only one category – Job Board of the Year. There is no formal nomination process; anyone can vote for their favourite job board here.

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Talent Talk: The Value of Accurately Promoting Employer Value Proposition Across All Touch Points



Brett 077 Brett Minchington explains the importance of promoting a consistent employment brand message across all touch points

With the increasing fragmentation of communication channels used to express, ‘What it’s like to work for this organisation,’ and ‘What’s in it for you,’ it pays to ensure the employment experience you promote to potential employees through a job board is matched by what you can realistically deliver upon in the employment experience – and in many cases this experience starts at a job board.

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Talent Talk: Conversation with Brett Iredale, MD JobAdder



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By positioning themselves as gatekeepers to job boards, job posting software (JPS) providers are cementing their position as critical players in the acquisition of talent.  JPS lessens the administrative drudgery of posting jobs, saves time, increases the ability to distribute jobs to a wide network and provides metrics to measure and manage job posting activities.

I caught up with Brett Iredale, MD of Job Adder, to discuss a range of issues including  the value proposition of JPS, measuring the worth of job boards, social media and the company’s progress.

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Talent Talk: Q&A with Maneck Mohan, CEO Recruit.net



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Some nine companies, both local and international, compete in the job aggregation space in Australia. Aggregators, unlike job boards, do not own the jobs listed on their website. Like search engines, they merely act as a platform to redirect job seekers traffic. Some job boards depended on them to increase their own traffic, while some sees them as a threat. Aggregators offers employers another channel to net talent at a very attractive price-point, including the increasingly popular pay-per-click services.

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