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RecRadar broadens its range to assist employers

Published: Tue 8 Dec 2009 01:34 PM
Media Release 7/12/09
Recruitment Radar broadens its range to assist employers.
The Rec Radar network has extended its service to employers and candidates for successful placements
The new features allow HR departments and employers to load their positions onto the RecRadar.com network so that the 500+ recruitment agency members can assist in filling them.
The Managing Director - Peter Fowler stated that as an employer this is a must to look at when you are wanting a recruitment PSA as you no longer have to worry about the same candidate being presented by multiple agencies, you can budget the exact cost of recruitment through our service. It is free to join Rec Radar and load your positions; fees are only payable once the successful candidate starts. The Rec Radar recruitment network also has a full refund policy if the candidate was to leave during the guarantee period. Our employer service allows you to load jobs and view candidates already screened by member recruiters that have passed our quality screening process.
It is proving to be very advantageous, as it allows passive candidates to see what is in the market without them having to tell the world they are open to new opportunities. These new services on RecRadar.com provide more opportunities for you to network with specialist recruiters and place the right candidate into your positions.
Rec Radar’s services increase productivity, speed up placement times and offers high quality screened candidates.
So if you are the employer for an organization that needs the assistance of recruiters please join RecRadar.com and have this network of specialist recruiters assisting you.
ENDS

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