Employers Can Now Showcase Company Videos

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<p><strong>Phoenix &mdash; Aug. 28</strong><br />CareerTours, an Internet recruiting resource, is offering employers a forum to share their videos with career seekers.  </p><p>By adding video to a traditional job description, employers create &ldquo;Video CareerTours,&rdquo; which provide potential candidates with a three-dimensional experience of both the organization and position.<br /><br />With video career tours, organizations can enhance existing recruiting efforts by communicating a company&rsquo;s culture.  </p><p>Videos provide an honest &ldquo;day in the life&rdquo; view of a career, which can grab the attention of candidates and complement a well-written job description.  </p><p>They also help career seekers make better-informed decisions, increasing the quality of applicants for employers.  </p><p>Employers can send their career videos to a large pool of candidates through the word-of-mouth invitation tool and maximize their video exposure through CareerTours&rsquo; recent marketing partnerships.  </p><p>All careers will be cross-posted to partner Web sites such as Google, MySpace and WorkBlast, among others.<br /><br />&ldquo;CareerTours believes in the value of video and allows employers to include video with their career profiles and postings with no additional cost,&rdquo; CEO Aaron Bare said. &rdquo;Word of mouth and our partnerships not only boost exposure but also land exciting career messages in front of an audience of nearly 20 million career seekers monthly.&rdquo;</p>

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