Arbita Sponsors Onrec.com Recruiting Conference

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<p><strong>Minneapolis &mdash; Sept. 20</strong><br />Arbita, a provider of online recruitment media and job advertising distribution solutions, will be sponsoring the second-annual Onrec.com Conference and Expo. </p><p>As a pioneer in the online recruitment industry, Arbita will bring its expertise and share insights at this annual gathering of HR and recruitment professionals.<br /><br />”We were delighted with the support we received for our first event attended by delegates from across the U.S. and 11 other countries,” said David Hurst, publisher of Onrec.com and <em>Online Recruitment Magazine</em>. “The Arbita team were sponsors of the Chicago 2006 event, and it&rsquo;s great to be working with them again. </p><p>”The continued support of the event endorses our work in bringing human resource professionals and recruiters together to network, hear world-class speakers and meet with industry suppliers able to assist them in solving their online recruitment issues.&rdquo;</p><p>Don Ramer, Arbita founder and CEO, agreed.</p><p>&ldquo;We&rsquo;re very excited to be a part of this second major recruiting conference,&rdquo; Ramer said. &ldquo;The conferences&rsquo; vast assortment of the latest brands and technology will be of great benefit for industry practitioners. We&rsquo;re pleased to sponsor an event that places the most current recruitment issues at the forefront. Having an open forum for discussion plays a major role in the success of our industry.&rdquo;</p>

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