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LawCrossing Allows Employers to Post Open Jobs

 

We have talked in the past about LawCrossing providing legal job seekers with plenty of job openings across the country. Well, we are now going to discuss what the site offers employers.

 

One feature of the site goes hand-in-hand with job seekers and employers. That feature is the fact that job seekers can post their resumes on the site for head hunters, recruiters, hiring managers and human resource executives to browse. Employers have the ability to log onto the site and browse thousands of resumes of prospective employees.



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This makes finding a job or a talented employee very simple. All you need to do as a job seeker is post your resume and the employer just needs to read through them to find someone they might be have interest in for their job opening.

 

At LawCrossing, employers are also able to post their job openings. They do not have to contact anyone working at the site, or apply for an account. All they need to do is have all of the pertinent information about their open position ready to publish on the site.

 

Companies, law firms, non-profits and government offices can post any and all of their legal job openings on the website as often as they would like.

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