Talent Alliance in Morristown, NJ launched ResJet and JobJet, two new services that automate the process of posting job ads and resumes online.
The offerings are part of Talent Alliance’s Talent@Work service, an online database with state of the art job-applicant matching capabilities.
The new services enable Talent Alliance member companies and their employees in transition to submit job listings and resumes electronically to multiple job banks without reformatting. AT&T will be the first member company to use the services, Talent Alliance said.
Other member companies, including DuPont, Johnson & Johnson, MetLife, TRW, Lucent Technologies, Unisys, GTE, Ceridian, UPS, Kelly Services, and CBSI, are expected to follow AT&T’s lead.
“JobJet will significantly reduce the time hiring managers spend posting job opportunities online,” said John McMorrow, president and CEO of Talent Alliance. “Now, using a simple Web form, a job advertisement is entered once, electronically formatted, and listed on the most frequently used career sites.”
Similarly, ResJet enables member company employees to post resumes to five online job boards through a single entry to the Talent@Work system.
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