TERMS & FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
IMPORTANT DATESNOMINATION: Ends 14 Nov (Job Boards)
NOMINATION: Ends 31 Dec (Recruiter/Employer)
PUBLIC VOTE: 15 Nov-15 Jan
JUDGES VOTE: Jan 2011
WINNERS ANNOUNCED: Feb 2011
REGISTRATION (WHO CAN PARTICIPATE)We are allowing job board to decide what award category best fit their business. A current or former client can also nominate a job board. A job board can be nominated in multiple categories. Overseas job boards with a significant presence/business in Australia are also allowed to participate. Destination Talent may also nominate job boards. Nomination is simply making sure a job board is participating in the right category.
Check out the award CATEGORIES and REGISTER your job board without delay. Nominations will be received until 14 November
ENTRY/REGISTRATION COSTSJOB BOARDS: It's FREE to participate for job boards. There's no registration fee.
However all finalists (selected after voting by clients) will need to pay an administration fee of $250. All finalists are required to to provide additional information/data and answer questions raised by the judging panel. If for any reason a finalist is unable or unwilling to pay an administration fee, the next job board securing the highest clients’ vote will move up the ladder.
EMPLOYERS/RECRUITERS: There is a registration fee of $190 for the following categories (No public vote):
- Best Innovation of the Year
- Best Recruitment Website (Recruiters)
- Best Career Website(Employers)
REGISTERING IN MULTIPLE CATEGORIESTechnically, job boards are allowed to nominate themselves in multiple categories. Unless you have two distinct products, it is better to choose only one category, otherwise votes will be spead across both categories. Destination Talent reserves the right to dispute or reject a category chosen by a registrant. Contact us if you need assistance in figuring which category you should nominate.
DEFINITION OF A JOB BOARDOur definition of a job board - A 'job board’ is primarily an online destination, operated by a legal entity, where job opportunities are listed, with the aim to connect job seekers and those who seeks them.
Job sites (with a unique domain name) advertising similar jobs from another site operated/owned by the same entity/owner do not qualify. E.g. A job board owner cannot enter two different job boards listing the same content. At least 60% of listed jobs on a site needs to be unique. Excluded from this rule are aggregators and job boards operated by news portal.
I MISSED THE NOMINATION DATE, CAN I STILL PARTICIPATE?Yes. The only issue is others who registered early will have a head start. Voting by the public will start from 15 Nov and ends on 15 Jan. Technically you can nominate your job board within this period, but by then voting process will be be well underway.
WHY NO JUDGES FROM NEW ZEALAND?We will release new information regarding this shortly. There will be judges from NZ.
HOW ARE FINALISTS SELECTED?Clients, advertisers and the voting public will decide who makes the finals. Using an online voting tool (see a SAMPLE ) the public will vote, rate and provide feedback for their favourite job board. Besides using a grading tool, a Net Promoter satisfaction score will be used to rate job boards. Points from the survey will be tallied and five finalists in each category will be selected.
All finalists will be profiled in the Job Board Report
CAN JOB SEEKERS VOTE?The Job Board Award is designed for users (clients) to provide feedback to job boards. True, a client can also be a job seeker but the Job Board Awards is meant for advertisers to rate the performance of job boards.
WHO ARE THE JUDGES, AND WHAT's THEIR ROLE?All judges are carefully chosen to represent a wide range of experience, knowledge and perspective. Most of the judges are involved in either running, using or advising job boards. Job board technology providers, consultants, recruiters, recruitment trainers, former job board owners, employment branding experts and HR experts are represented in the panel.
Judges are carefully chosen to avoid conflict of interests. In the case a judge have an interests or stake in any of the finalists he/she will be barred from voting in the category.
Read more about our JUDGES