Los Angeles, CA, January 25, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Diversity.com, a national leader in diversity focused recruitment, announced today that it is bringing the first ever in the nation diversity focused electronic job fair to the Los Angeles market.
Attendance at the event is free for interested job seekers. For employers - Diversity.com is offering a huge discount for this first fair to celebrate the milestone. “Most job fairs, the type requiring participants to travel long distances and then compete for attention can cost employers a minimum of $3,000 just to get in the door. The best of diverse talent, passive job seekers, are more inclined to participate when they can interact with recruiters in real-time without incurring expenses for gasoline, parking fees and in the privacy and casual environment of an office or home. We want employers hiring for the Greater Los Angeles Area to optimize their time for recruiting of diverse job seekers by allowing us to source and present hundreds of candidates for their review. The cost for employer participation in the Los Angeles eJobFair is $995,” said Bill Bargas, Director of Sales and Marketing for Diversity.com.
Electronic job fairs are complete and fully interactive live job fairs that are held entirely online. This format allows job seekers and employers to talk with each other live, exchange information and schedule second interviews all through the site, creating an easier way for both sides to communicate. Diversity.com has partnered with eJobFairs.net LLC, the pioneer in electronic job fairs, to power this electronic job fair.
Diversity.com has been offering diversity focused job postings since 1999 and has grown to service markets throughout the United States. In addition to electronic job fairs and job postings Diversity.com plans to offer diversity focused professional and social networking to its services.
eJobFairs.net LLC, has been developing and conducting the electronic job fair format since early 2005.
Offering employers “freedom from the booth”, their software and websites allow employers and job seekers to meet online and interview live on specific dates and times for specific areas and industries or demographic interests. eJobFairs.net announced the release of version 3.0 of their software in September of 2007 and plans to release another upgrade sometime in 2008.
For more information please contact Bill Bargas of Diversity.com at firstname.lastname@example.org or (678) 528-8571.