Monster.com Provides Recruiting Tools for Deloitte & Touche | AccountingWEB

Monster.com Provides Recruiting Tools for Deloitte & Touche

Monster.com, the leading global online careers site announced that it will provide an innovative package of online recruiting tools and solutions for Big Five professional services firm Deloitte & Touche LLP. The deal will enable Deloitte's human resources professionals to gain access to Monster.com's resume database, to post information about its business practices, and to list more than 6,000 job openings.

"There's no doubt that the Internet has revolutionized the way major employers find talent," says Mark Chain, Director of Recruiting and Human Resources Management for Deloitte & Touche. "Monster.com's products and services are a tremendous asset to the recruiting efforts of a firm such as ours in a highly competitive market. Our challenge is to identify thousands of high quality people every year in order to accommodate our business growth. Monster.com offers us the dual ability to post jobs online and access efficiently an expansive resume database. This package gives us a very real competitive advantage."

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