Arbita Partners with America’s Job Exchange

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<p><strong>Minneapolis &mdash; June 18</strong><br />Arbita, a provider of global job advertising-distribution solutions, has partnered with America&#39;s Job Exchange (AJE), a successor to America&#39;s Job Bank (AJB).<br /><br />&quot;Many of our customers require solutions that support OFCCP compliance,&quot; said Jennifer Marcy, vice president of client services. &quot;Arbita has provided single-click access to America&rsquo;s Job Bank for over 10 years, and we&#39;re pleased to bring viable alternatives to the client desktop that both meet the needs of our subscribing organizations and provide accessibility to the job-seeking community.&rdquo;<br /><br />America&rsquo;s Job Exchange will provide all the functionality of AJB at no charge when AJB ceases operations June 30. </p><p>Customers can expect seamless distribution of job postings from Arbita to AJE beginning June 30.<br /><br />&ldquo;NaviSite is keenly aware that companies are facing a looming deadline with respect to their America&rsquo;s Job Bank activities,&quot; said Denis Martin, NaviSite chief technology officer. &quot;With that in mind, we&rsquo;re thrilled that Arbita has put its trust in NaviSite once again by partnering with America&rsquo;s Job Exchange.</p><p>&ldquo;NaviSite has years of successful experience in managing AJB, and we&rsquo;re fully committed to enhancing AJE and to setting a new industry standard in the job search market.&rdquo;<br /><br />In addition to offering the same services employers are familiar with on AJB at no cost, America&rsquo;s Job Exchange plans to develop premium products and highly relevant advertising opportunities to further enhance the AJE site in the future.</p>

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