Before online job recruitment, there wasn’t a lot employers could do to prescreen applicants before they actually applied for positions. The resulting mismatch of skills and personality traits versus job requirements was a massive time waster for all parties involved, applicant and employer. After Monster.com, however, all sectors of employment and unemployment gained a new perspective and new prospects in job recruitment.
Monster.com is a job recruitment website that caters to every step of the application and hiring process. They have served a global constituency for over a decade, making connections in more than 50 countries. Having networked with many global websites, newspapers, and other affiliates to establish a firm grip over the global job market, Monster’s scope extends to audiences in all career fields, all over the world.
Monster.com has developed their job recruitment process to accomplish a number of things for both employer and applicants. First, applicants are invited to post their resume on Monster, which in itself is a massive boost to visibility and a way to appropriately align candidates with employers. Next, they offer a myriad of services from resume writing to helpful articles and tips that they have honed after watching what went right from the millions of hires that they have delivered. Finally, Monster also brings employers to applicants, featuring hundreds of thousands of jobs with helpful descriptions and even career advice and analysis that pertain to the job’s arena.
An example of the extra effort that Monster puts in is their cover letter templates and assistance. Even heavily experienced applicants will benefit from this feature, as job markets are constantly evolving, looking for different qualities as their industries evolve as well. This encourages job applicants to confidently pursue their career while encouraging employers to keep the high standards that they want to keep.