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Job Bank

A database, especially but not necessarily online, where job openings are listed. A job bank may show positions for a single company, in a certain industry or even in a geographic area. A job bank consolidates the job hunting process and in theory makes finding suitable positions easier.
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jobs, the National Labor Exchange has collected and distributed job openings from over 100,000 employers exclusively found on corporate career websites and state job banks.
DirectEmployers Association and The National Association of State Workforce Agencies (NASWA) have entered into a long-term alliance to develop and jointly administer an employer-funded national employment system to replace America's Job Bank, which has been discontinued by the U.
The case manager's job is a new position with responsibility for coordinating the workers' compensation process, managing a job bank of alternative meaningful work for the employee within the company, and balancing the sometimes divergent needs of the company and its employees.
Establish job banks, through the ASO's, which offer full, part-time, temporary, and voluntary positions.
The New York, Nevada and Connecticut state job banks, powered through a partnership between DirectEmployers and NASWA, will now be included in the.
Once the resume is in your computer it's easy to upload it, via modem to online job banks on the Internet and America Online.
Preliminary features will include: business news, tips and research based on the proprietary content generated by the MacDonald editorial staffs; career enhancement opportunities such as job banks derived from Working Mother's 100 Best Companies and Working Woman's Top 500 Women-Owned Businesses; small business and entrepreneurial enhancement tools such as calendaring, group mail and technical support services; online conference and event participation; as well as e-commerce opportunities.
Job Bank USA, which also serves as a resource for global recruiting, plans to expand its international services by establishing similar job banks in Europe, South America, Canada and Australia.
us) includes a list of online job banks, newspaper employment classifieds and access to more than 50 Minnesota Workforce Centers statewide.
The resume scanning module has been enhanced to interpret electronic resumes from popular Internet job banks and electronic mail which allows the HR manager to quickly find the right applicant from the immense number of electronic replies.
Additionally, according to the Electronic Recruiter's Index, postings on the leading 15 online job banks total more than 500,000 jobs on any given day.