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Website Offers New Features for the Logistics and Supply Chain Industry

LOGJOBS.COM® www.logjobs.com has announced enhanced functionality on its websites for job seekers, employers and recruiters through extensive use of Web 2.0 technologies that facilitate information and communication.
For job seekers, the site features a permanent and contract job and resume board integrated with a custom built professional networking site. Job seekers can search logistics and supply chain jobs by zip (http://logjobs.com/SearchJobs.asp), sort by date and utilize an exclusive section for contract- based jobs. Job seekers can also earn referral commissions by recommending qualified candidates on select jobs as they search. And since it's a dedicated, non-cluttered environment, job seekers are also encouraged to post their resume (http://logjobs.com/ResumeBuilder.asp) with Logjobs to get in front of highly relevant and engaged employers and recruiters.
"Logjobs has implemented many tools and is ideal for modern logistics professionals in today's fast paced world" notes Logjobs COO Tom McKenna. "For example, job seekers can now earn referral commissions on eligible jobs. Interested parties should look for jobs posted with Logjobs that are marked with the 'R' icon and earn commissions ranging from $1,000 to $3,000 (http://www.logjobs.com/Referral_ViewFeaturedJobs.asp) by recommending viable candidates who are successfully placed with our clients."
Job seekers who post resumes with Logjobs also have access to Logjobs Social with their job seeker email ID and secure password with one click. Logjobs Social is offered at no cost as a networking platform for logistics and supply chain professionals. Members have a customized job feed on their home page matching their geographic location, a handy tool for passive job seekers. All discussions on Logjobs Social can be shared with various major social media platforms to gain additional reach. A cutting edge inbox also is provided so members can isolate and organize all of their logistics and supply chain conversations. The conversations display in a convenient stacked message format for clarity. "Logjobs Social is a way for folks in our industry to really showcase their talents and gain access to opportunities that they may not have otherwise known about" notes McKenna.
For employers and recruiters posting full time positions (http://logjobs.com/cost.asp) or searching the resume data base (http://logjobs.com/Purchase_Resume_Search.asp), Logjobs not only offers excellent reach in the industry, but also has very affordable pricing options designed to fit the budget of any sized company. Company branding, which is included when 2 or more job postings are purchased really facilitates additional engagement with candidates as well. Jobs posted with Logjobs are also distributed on partner sites such as Indeed, Simply Hired and more, providing additional value by reaching job seekers who are not necessarily on the Logjobs site. All job postings contain various Web 2.0 tools for even greater engagement and distribution as well. Employers or recruiters choosing to find job seekers themselves have the ability to utilize Logjobs' resume search with no limits on resume views or other restrictions. For employers looking to fill temporary roles, Logjobs' resume search offers another nice feature -- job seekers indicate on their resume whether they are available as a subcontractor which greatly reduces search time for such resources. Logjobs offers a Resume 'Test Drive' so employers and recruiters can try before they buy (http://www.logjobs.com/TestDriveResumes.asp). "Ultimately, if customers are dissatisfied with our service, we'll give them their money back" notes McKenna.

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