“If I could sum up why I’m committed to the HR Girlfriends community it would come down to because we are ‘….in this together.'”

~Sana’ Rasul, Chief Girlfriend

The best way to find your next career move

The best way to find your next career move

As a member, you can post HR job postings for FREE. That means you can use your recruiting budget to upgrade job postings and gain more visibility.

With TalentBoost receive up to 400% more responses from qualified candidates. When you select this upgrade, your post gets pay-per-click distribution to a network of over 1000 job websites and search engines. 

Or use the Veterans or Diversity Upgrade for any US-based jobs. 

One benefit of using the Veterans Network is since it extends your job to the top veteran, military, and government job boards you stay compliant with OFCCP employment regulations. 

The Diversity Network features your job on top diversity-oriented job boards reaching qualified candidates of various races, ethnicities, age groups, genders, sexual orientations and religious affiliations.

Both of those expansion additions include a featured badge on your job post drawing additional attention to them.  

Or consider using the Social Upgrade to get your job post in front of both active and passive job seekers on Twitter and LinkedIn. 

Using any of the above upgrades also means members can request their open position be highlighted as a “Career Monday” job. As you’ve probably seen in your email, this means your organization and position get delivered to thousands of HR professionals and also get showcased on our HR Girlfriends’ social media platforms so you get even more visibility. 

Even if you aren’t currently a member of HR Girlfriends, when you’re searching for your dream job, the HR Career Center is here for you.

It’s easy to use whether you’re looking to post an opening or find your next job. 

It’s easy to get started. If you’re an HR Girlfriends member, login here. If you aren’t a member yet, join here! Or head over here to get started on your job search today.

And, if you have any questions or problems, just hit reply. The HR Girlfriends team is standing by.

Can’t wait to hear how you use the HR Career Center! Hit Reply and let us know,

P.S. Bringing you the best Career Center in the industry is just one of the many benefits you get from HR Girlfriends. Joining as a member is an incredible deal whether you are recruiting or not. Click here to see all of the benefits of membership.  

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