Peopleclick Launches New Partner Program at SHRM…from Peopleclick

July 1, 2009

 

The Peopleclick Advantage Program Provides Clients with Top-Tier Partners and Expedited Activations

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Peopleclick, Inc., the leading global provider of talent acquisition and workforce compliance and diversity solutions, announced today at the Society of Human Resource Management Annual Conference and Exposition in New Orleans, LA, the launch of The Peopleclick Advantage partner program.

The Peopleclick Advantage program includes a network of best-in-class services and market-leading vendors that help organizations enhance the effectiveness of their talent acquisition strategy. New vendors joining The Peopleclick Advantage program include Profiles International, Verifications Inc., New Editions and GettingHired; these organizations expand the list of Peopleclick’s previously established partners eQuest, Jobs2Web and Assess Systems (formerly Bigby Havis).

“The Peopleclick Advantage provides our clients with top-tier partners in the talent acquisition space, including vendors in job board aggregators, background checking, assessments, passive candidate sourcing, location mapping and search engine optimization (SEO),” said Tom Bright, Chief Operating Officer for Peopleclick. “These partners provide Peopleclick clients with the necessary tools to reach multiple candidates from multiple sources, in minimal time and provide the best resources to manage their entire recruitment process. With quick activations for many of our vendor solutions, clients experience a reduced time to implement and are able to attract the most talented professionals in the market today.”

“Profiles International is very excited about our new relationship with Peopleclick,” said Jim Sirbasku, CEO of Profiles International. “Both organizations really complement each other, and we look forward to providing Peopleclick clients a comprehensive selection of employee assessments to hire the right candidate for the right position, every time.”

“Verifications and Peopleclick are committed to providing a complete hiring solution for our clients,” said Samantha Hanson, EVP of Products and People at Verifications. “Throughout the talent lifecycle, our integrated systems provide a world-class experience for applicants, recruiters, hiring managers and employees. These two industry veterans combine decades of experience to provide consulting, software and service to thousands of clients.”

“New Editions is thrilled about teaming with Peopleclick to facilitate accessible web sites for their clients,” said Cindy Ryan, Principal at New Editions Consulting, Inc. “Our assessment and technical support services help ensure Peopleclick clients can access a larger pool of qualified candidates – including those with disabilities.”

“GettingHired is pleased to partner with industry leader Peopleclick, who has a visionary commitment to the software and services that help global companies find, attract and hire quality people,” said Carl Capato, Vice President of GettingHired.com. “We believe GettingHired’s mission of seeking gainful employment opportunities for people with disabilities is synergistic with Peopleclick’s mission.”

Peopleclick is one of the only providers in the market offering their clients a wide variety of integrations and services that will further advance their talent acquisition strategy. To learn more about the Peopleclick Advantage program or other Peopleclick products and services, visit www.peopleclick.com.

 
Matt Lafata, HRchitect


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