Hound.com, which searches employer career webpages only, is a new, free tool that will streamline recruiters' jobs and boost their business.
Hound.com has launched a whole new way to look for jobs on its site with the recent addition of the company search feature. Now users can sift through jobs with ease by targeting the exact companies they want to work for.
Searching for a business development job online is now worlds easier, more precise, and increasingly efficient thanks to the launch of the dynamic new job-search website BusinessDevelopmentCrossing. Designed to help talented professionals find the best opportunities to match their unique career goals and interests, this site is a one-stop shop for business development professionals.
Searching for a transportation job online is now worlds easier, more precise, and increasingly efficient thanks to the launch of the dynamic new job-search website TransportationCrossing. Designed to help talented professionals find the best opportunities that match their unique career goals and interests, this site is a one-stop shop for transportation professionals.
With today’s launch of its user forum, Hound.com, the Internet’s premier job search engine that only searches employers’ career web pages, is opening the lines of communication between job seekers, allowing them to share opinions and comments about companies and jobs.
A. Harrison Barnes, the founder of Hound.com, an employment search engine that displays job listings from employer career pages exclusively, stated today that employers should post their jobs on their own websites before advertising them elsewhere. According to Barnes, employers who post their jobs online will (1) likely get more qualified applications over time and (2) save considerable amounts of money in recruiting costs in the long run.
Hound.com founder A. Harrison Barnes thinks the best way for all but the highest-paid and most-qualified job seekers to get jobs is by applying directly for jobs found on employer websites. Barnes believes that because most employers do not use recruiting firms and most jobs are now advertised on employer websites (rather than niche or major commercial job boards), all but the most highly qualified employees should seek out jobs on employer websites before using commercial job boards.