Vancouver, B.C. Canada - June 11th, 2012 – The CanHELP Employment
Network announces the launch of their new, evolutionary online
employment service, claiming to be quite different from any other online
employment service, according to co-founder Larry Dawson.
“CanHELP really is a different animal,” says Larry. “It’s not a job
board at all. Nor can you post ads or job postings of any kind. And it’s
not even close to being one of those résumé databases either. There are
currently hundreds of different employment sites. All basically seem to
be the same to me though. They are ALL job posting boards.”
Rumour has it job boards are broken and in need of some fixing. The
old system of searching and applying to endless job postings, or posting
jobs and waiting on or wading through resumes may be coming to an end.
Breaking out of the box has allowed for this newcomer to help connect
employers and job seekers far more efficiently and effectively than
Job Seekers are provided with a free platform to highlight their
CanHELP profile – contact info, job agent, resume along with optional
references, photo upload, video embed, social profile posting and more.
Employers subscribe to the service starting at less than $2.40 a day
through a variety of flexible service packages. Once subscribed and
signed in, all an employer needs to do is enter their job request
criteria – position, location, shifts, education, etc.
Find out more at https://www.canhelp.net