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Bridging the Gap Between Employer and Job Seekers

by | Aug 10, 2020

Join our CEO Alex Murphy as he talks with TalentRise’s Carl Kutsmode, Senior VP of Talent Advisory Consulting at TalentRise, and his co-host Ben Eubanks, Principal Analyst at Lighthouse Research & Advisory Group about how bridging the gap between employer and job seekers is essential in the talent acquisition process. Alex will explain how JobSync works on behalf of companies to help them generate more applicants by removing friction between the job site and the ATS.  Alex will share how by expanding the job site application and removing the need for candidates to click-off to provide a complete application into the employer’s ATS employers receive more qualified candidates.

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