Monster Launches National Account Suite

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<p>Monster, a global online careers and recruitment resource and flagship brand of Monster Worldwide Inc., has released Monster National Account Suite, a customizable solution designed to help franchise and multi-unit businesses with high-volume hiring needs localize their recruiting approach. <p>The program&rsquo;s cornerstone product, Reserved Job Postings, allows managers to advertise their local-level service and sales positions by selecting a job title from a library of customized titles and descriptions, enabling them to post jobs instantly and proactively build an applicant pipeline. </p><p>&ldquo;We have had great success using Monster&rsquo;s products and services to source quality candidates in the past,&rdquo; said Brian Berry, The Scotts Miracle-Gro Co. director of talent acquisitions. &ldquo;The introduction of Monster National Account Suite builds upon the value we already receive because it will save our location managers a significant amount of time by offering them pre-created job postings and providing the flexibility to use Monster&rsquo;s products and services immediately, at any time.&rdquo; </p><p>Monster National Account Suite allows local managers to use pre-created job titles and descriptions developed with the guidance of the location&rsquo;s corporate office and post them from within their account or by contacting a dedicated Monster service team at any time. </p><p>As recruitment typically is projected to account for only 10 percent of a location manager&rsquo;s job, ready-to-go job postings free up time that can be refocused on other operational activities. </p><p>In addition, because dispersed locations might have different cultures or unique needs, these pre-selected postings are customizable while providing consistent, unified branding elements. </p><p>These positions also can be automatically posted to FastWeb, Monster&rsquo;s site for high-school and university students seeking part-time work. </p>

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