9 April 2013 - 8:07am | posted by | 1 comment

eQuest partners with Work4 to develop Facebook based recruitment portal for companies

eQuest partners with Work4 to develop Facebook based recruitment portal for companieseQuest partners with Work4 to develop Facebook based recruitment

A free job posting gateway is to be created on Facebook following a deal agreed between eQuest and Work4.

The recruitment portal will allow new recruitment posts and advertising content to be posted on Facebook and will be run by job posting distribution company eQuest and Work4 Labs, which develops corporate recruitment solutions specific to Facebook.

Work4 CEO Stéphane Le Viet remarked, “We have combined two very powerful Work4 integrations; Facebook and eQuest. We can now efficiently and effectively provide mutual customers the ability to target a vibrant pool of talent through this technology arrangement.”

David Bernstein, VP of Data Analytics for eQuest, explained: “The integration allows eQuest to capture critical candidate trending data - by job class, function, title, and geography - enabling us to track and measure the effectiveness of job posting performance on the world’s largest social network.”

The agreement will also offer eQuest the opportunity to gain candidate data through Facebook, it has said.

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9 Apr 2013 - 19:15
mlune14614's picture

Thank you for sharing! We're excited to see what develops. You can read more at: http://www.work4labs.com/

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