PRINTLINK Unveils New Website for Expanded Employment Services
Press release from the issuing company
ROCHESTER, NY, March 6, 2001 - PrintLink, staffing specialists for the graphic arts industry, announces the debut of its enhanced and expanded website (www.printlink.com) designed to more quickly match employers with qualified job candidates.
New features of the PrintLink site include a Job Search function that allows candidates to review available positions online and instantly submit their resume to PrintLink for review. Employers seeking qualified candidates can also submit available positions via the website. Several new links contain useful information relating to employment issues and information about PrintLink from trade publications.
"Our new website is extremely user friendly and invites potential employers and job candidates to log on and input information at whatever time is convenient to them. We are particularly pleased to be able to offer job candidates the option of performing detailed searches for available positions online," said PrintLink President Arnold Kahn.
"All these changes are geared toward making the process of filling open positions and finding the right job easier for both employers and employees. Traditionally, these activities can be very time-consuming. Our hope is to streamline the procedure," he added. "We believe www.PrintLink.com will become a destination of choice for anyone interested in employment issues in the graphic arts and related industries."
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