MyStaffingPro Now Enables Applicants to View Client-Recruiting Activities

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<strong>Lima, Ohio &mdash; April 14</strong><br />MyStaffingPro has enhanced the job-applicant experience with feed subscriptions to the candidate search results. The RSS feed enables applicants to keep track of clients&rsquo; recruiting activity without manually visiting their company Web sites. <br /><br />&ldquo;The use of this feature will take the job-search burden off of the applicant and will allow clients to immediately deliver their job openings to them,&rdquo; said Lisa Herron, implementation director at HR Services Inc. &ldquo;The RSS feed technology is apart of our continuous effort to better the client&rsquo;s recruiting reach while enhancing the applicant experience.&rdquo; <br /><br />Applicants can sign up for the feed by selecting one of the subscription icons on the client&rsquo;s search results screen. When the client posts a new position, the feed will pick up the addition and display the job description to the applicant. If the applicant is interested in the position, he or she can simply select the position title to access the &ldquo;apply now&rdquo; button. The easy-to-use subscription increases the applicant&rsquo;s awareness of newly opened positions and provides a straightforward method for applying.<br /><br />The feed subscription is expected to increase applicants&rsquo; interest because they can review a client&rsquo;s job openings at their leisure without supplying any contact information. If the applicant decides to cease their job search, they can simply unsubscribe and be removed from the feed.<br /><br />The RSS enhancement is free to any applicant or standard client of myStaffingPro.<br /><br />For additional information on RSS job feeds with myStaffingPro, contact Julia Friemering at 800-939-2462.<br />

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