'Apply with Monster' Demonstrates Strength of Monster.com Network to Recruiting Ecosystem
Simple and Efficient 'Apply with Monster' Integration Makes Applying to Jobs Easier for Millions of Job Seekers
MAYNARD, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Monster.com, the worldwide leader in successfully connecting people to job opportunities and flagship brand of Monster Worldwide, Inc. (NYS: MWW) recently launched 'Apply with Monster,' a new integration for career sites that makes applying for jobs as simple as a single click. 'Apply with Monster' is designed to benefit career sites by increasing the number of applications to jobs through a simpler, faster apply process for job seekers while providing companies access to millions of Monster job seekers and their professional resumes. Available on both desktop and mobile devices in the US, Canada and across Europe, 'Apply with Monster' is easy to implement and is projected to increase application numbers.
ZipRecruiter, a web-based service that enables employers to post to more than 40 of the web's leading job boards with one submission, launched 'Apply with Monster' in April 2013 and it quickly became the site's top third-party apply option.
"It took Monster just three months to become the most used button on our site and by month four it was ahead by 51%," said Ian Siegel, Cofounder and CEO of ZipRecruiter. "ZipRecruiter has experienced a 13% increase in conversion rates (seekers who apply for jobs) since launching the new capability. Monster just gave us all a lesson in the power of a mature brand."
Recruiting firm CyberCoders is experiencing more than a 10% increase in applicants since launching 'Apply with Monster' in August. "We are on pace to see growth with this feature, allowing applicants to utilize the core Monster.com utility while enjoying access to the thousands of highly skilled technical and professional jobs across CyberCoders.com," said Heidi Golledge, CEO and co-founder of CyberCoders.
"We are excited with the results we are able to give our customers when they implement 'Apply with Monster'," said Matt Mund, Senior Vice President, Product Management, Monster.com. "This is another step in our strategy to deliver new, better and more integrated methods to help people find and apply for jobs. For companies, this is an equally important development, helping drive significant increases in apply rates by connecting their jobs to the millions of Monster job seekers through the 'Apply with Monster' highly optimized workflow, on desktop and mobile."
Monster is on a mission to help job seekers and employers Find Better® - connecting people and job opportunities more efficiently and successfully through innovative technology solutions, tools, and services. To get more information about Apply with Monster, please visit http://partner.monster.com/.
About Monster Worldwide
Monster Worldwide, Inc. (NYS: MWW) , is the global leader in successfully connecting job opportunities and people. Monster uses the world's most advanced technology to help people Find Better, matching job seekers to opportunities via digital, social and mobile solutions including monster.com®, our flagship website, and employers to the best talent using a vast array of products and services. As an Internet pioneer, more than 200 million people have registered on the Monster Worldwide network. Today, with operations in more than 40 countries, Monster provides the broadest, most sophisticated job seeking, career management, recruitment and talent management capabilities globally. For more information visit about-monster.com.
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