job postings go through an editorial process to ensure that
they meet our advertising guidelines. For example, we do
Adult-oriented advertising (strip clubs, brothels,
Business opportunity or work from home advertising
(anything with an investment)
Nevada-based employment advertising
employer has been approved they have open posting
capabilities (no editorial process)
If a job
posting does not meet our guidelines, we do not accept it.
We do not
allow any level of resume database access or search. This is
a policy that we put in place in 1996 and have never strayed
candidate wishes to apply for a job, he/she can upload
and manage resumes within our system, but employers will
no be aware that candidate until he/she opts to apply.
resumes can not be accesses by employers or search
limit the amount of third-party ads permitted on the job
board, and do not permit third-parties to participate in our
candidate matching services.
We do all of
this in the best interest of both our jobseeker and client.
Without jobseekers, our clients would not have reason to
advertise. If we provide a trusted environment for our
jobseekers to search, find and apply for jobs, they will return
and continue to use our services.
Nevada has a
very shallow talent pool because of its' unprecedented growth.
We have been the fastest growing state for nearly two decades,
yet our educational infrastructure has not been able to keep up
with this tremendous growth. Therefore, as a community, we must
go outside of Nevada to attract professionals to relocate. Our
advertisers respect the fact that we do not allow any level of
resume search and that policy allows us to garner advertising
from some of the most respectable organizations in Nevada. They
know that they can post high-level positions, and have
confidence that their applicants will not become their
competitor's prospects, whether it is through a corporate
recruiter or a search firm that knows how to maneuver around
Yes- we may
limit our revenue streams by being selective as to who can and
can not advertise, however, we believe the loyalty we build with
our clients because of our policy is worth much more and will
earn us much more in the long run.
asking about how we mitigate potential burglaries and violating
the privacy of our jobseekers. Please let me know if I left
anything unanswered. Thanks again.
Douglas T. Geinzer