New York, NY, August 24, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Web start-up JobVirtue has announced today the launch of the new and vastly improved version of its website, which boasts a range of innovative and useful features specifically for employers and job hunters. From design to content, every aspect of the website has undergone a complete overhaul for a better job search/candidate search experience.
“Our staff have put in a lot of time to make the website as user-friendly and accessible as possible,” says Alex Parker, CIO of JobVirtue. “And we’re working to turn the employment process into a one-click deal.”
JobVirtue members can now search through thousands of jobs, follow their favourite people, send each other private messages, and read career advice as well as the latest news. Companies looking to hire can list an unlimited number of free job postings, interact with prospective employees, and search through a free comprehensive database of user profiles and resumes. Everyone who is looking for work—both professionals and laypeople—can join and connect with employers.
Users can look forward to video resume and video interview modules, which the company is in the process of incorporating into the website. These components, slated to be integrated into the JobVirtue website in the very near future, are part of the company’s initiative to increase interactivity and facilitate online communication between job providers and job searchers.
Operating under the premise that an employment website should provide more—much more—for the best job search experience, JobVirtue.com presents job hunters with the opportunity to socialize with each other and contact employers online as they search through the website’s thousands of job listings. Employers, for their part, have a range of features to choose from as they look for top talent.
JobVirtue’s mission is to match employers with would-be employees, no matter the industry or sector. The site aims to help every single person who is looking for work; to connect employers with the right candidates; and to provide a setting for individuals who already have careers to share their knowledge and expertise.
The website, currently in the beta stage, has seen sweeping changes to its design, user interface, content, and functionality (with many more updates soon to come).