Workopolis Targets B2B Market

[Toronto, CANADA] Workopolis, producer of Canada’s biggest job
site and provider of e-cruiting solutions, has expanded its business-to-business services.

Under the banner of Workopolis E-cruiting Solutions, it is
introducing a variety of new applications and products to help large
and small Canadian companies take full advantage of the potential of
Internet recruiting.

“Workopolis.com has accomplished its initial goal of providing by far
the greatest audience of any Canadian job site,” said Kim Peters,
Workopolis president.

“Today, we are announcing that the ScreeningRoom, home to our
first proprietary applicant tracking and candidate management tool,
will be included in all our online job postings.”

Workopolis will be introducing more e-cruiting solutions, including
additional ScreeningRoom tools over the next few months as part of a
strategy to provide complete end-to-end recruitment solutions for its
customers.

ScreeningRoom is the latest service produced by operating partner
Globe Interactive’s in-house, 25-person development team. This team,
under the direction of workopolis.com, has been transforming the
Canadian recruiting sector since the launch of workopolis.com in
January of this year.

“To e-cruit most successfully you have to cast your net wide and use
tools to screen and manage the results,” said Peters.

“The role of workopolis.com and Workopolis E-cruiting Solutions is to
help companies and individuals make the Internet work for them. Since
our launch eight months ago, approximately 12,500 companies have
posted jobs, and each month almost a half a million different people
view those jobs.”

Forrester Research predicts that by 2003, 100 percent of companies will be
recruiting online.

A 2000 study by iLogos states that by 2001, more than 90 percent of the
Global 500 will recruit on their corporate Web sites to some extent;
all will do so by 2002.

Workopolis is one of Canada’s most visted sites.

See:
Study: sympatico.ca Top Canadian
Site, July 28, 2000
.

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