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ERE Media to launch CareerCast job sites

ERE Media to launch CareerCast job sites

Not only is ERE Media launching new recruitment sites powered by Adicio's CareerCast, but through CareerCast's RevManage program, Adicio will market the site and sell its advertising as well. Here's the announcement:                                                                               

CareerXRoads: Sources of hire meshing

CareerXRoads: Sources of hire meshing

CareerXRoads' 2013 Source of Hire report begins by telling us to take some of its revelations with a grain of salt. That's because the employer hire-source processes typically demand that human resource folks choose one single source of hire; yet there are often several, such as social media, referrals and recruitment sites, that intermingle. In a

Job seekers take to Clear Channel air waves

Job seekers take to Clear Channel air waves

ERE's John Zappe posted a nice article about a Clear Channel radio station, KHHT-FM in Los Angeles, that lets job seekers air their own job-hunt commercial at no charge. After the 30-second on-air pitch, the job seeker's resume is posted on the station's Web site. It's a Clear Channel service some other of its stations offer as well. Of course, anyone in the radio busin


Learning hub for Tech Insiders – Dice Learning

Learning hub for Tech Insiders – Dice Learning

IT career site Dice.com has just launched Dice Learning, with more than 64,000 courses for technology job candidates. Some courses are face to face, some are virtual. As job seekers post resumes to Dice, the Dice Learning program crawls the information to suggest appropriate courses to each candidate. Some tech courses offe


Hiring through networking sites

Hiring through networking sites

Looking for more proof about the challenges faced by traditional recruitment advertising media (i.e., newspapers / trade pubs) and the (now traditional) recruitment sites?

Look no further than right here.

In this excellent article on ERE.net, Todd Raphael reports on an Austin, Texas, company, NGene