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Regardless of size or industry, you can now extend and enhance your job posting listings to reach more prominent candidates with StaffingSoft. StaffingSoft is a complete recruiting-management software application that streamlines everything for you. As a leading provider of recruiting management, StaffingSoft delivers integrated hiring-management solutions like no other product on the market today!

Customizable Job Posting Process

Job Posting

With StaffingSoft, your job posting is a click away, which makes integration with the rest of your recruiting management easy.

Our Jobs Manager helps you manage your requisitions to include job postings on your corporate web page, as well as other specific job posting sites. This integrated solution enables you to specify the criteria for posting jobs on any site that you wish.

Additionally, StaffingSoft gives you a number of very important features. Some of the features you get are: the Time Manager to help you manage your time, set reminders and schedule single or group activities; the Contact Manager to help you manage your contacts and share data easily; the Resume Manager to help you manage your database of resumes and integrate communication within your organization; the Mail Manager to help you incorporate your email and voice mail where you want in order to improve communications. With such powerful features, any business will benefit from the flexibility that StaffingSoft offers.

Simply put, our Job Manager makes managing your search for just the right candidate simple and easy. The end result is reduction in a number of administration duties that would require the posting and managing of job listings. With StaffingSoft, you can take advantage of many easy-to-use tools and customize things the way you want, which will make your job easier.

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