E&Y Joins the Online Monster

The career site, Monster.com, has joined forces with Ernst & Young to provide job search and recruiting services to the Big Five firm.

The significance of this relationship is that Monster.com, which has operations in 21 countries, will provide a one stop international job bank for E&Y.

"The ability to post jobs in 10 countries and access Monster.com's comprehensive resume database will be an enormous asset for Ernst & Young, as hiring top-notch talent remains a number one priority for the firm," said James L. Freer, an E&Y vice chairman of human resources.

E&Y will use the on-line job search service to scour the globe for talent. In addition to searching the Monster.com resume banks, E&Y will post jobs on the site.

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