FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
November 12, 2015
Partnership Announces Careers With No Limits Jobs Site for Professionals
Innovative social media site next step in greater Houston talent attraction plan
HOUSTON– The Greater Houston Partnership announced the rollout of Careers With No Limits, an innovative social media jobs portal to recruit and attract more young professionals to the Houston region. Careers With No Limits, the first truly integrated regional social media jobs site in the nation, is the latest step in the Partnership’s Talent Attraction Initiative.
Careers With No Limits is the first socially-powered jobs site that supports both small businesses and large enterprises. It will offer users the latest in career search technology at no cost to users and gives human resource professionals, especially those at smaller companies, a better way of connecting with potential job candidates via social media including Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, or by text and email. For job seekers, the feature enables first-day notification of jobs through whatever channel works best for them.
“Careers With No Limits will give Houston an edge by sending job information directly to young professionals on the online platforms they already utilize,” said Partnership President and CEO Bob Harvey. “It will allow us to communicate where and how young professionals look for trusted information. If you are looking for a job, Houston is looking for you.”
“This new investment shows the Partnership’s commitment to attracting talent to the region,” said Niloufar Molavi, Vice Chair, Greater Houston Market Managing Partner and U.S. Energy Leader with PwC and the Partnership’s Talent Attraction Committee Chair. “A secondary benefit is that the real-time alerts will promote more opportunities to people who already live in Houston.”
“If we can get in front of young, talented people more quickly than other regions, we’re going to win the talent challenge,” said Molavi. “And as a result, more people are going to move to Houston to grow their careers,” she added.
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