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Local Working Mom Launches Employment Web Site
A local working mother in the the city of Winnipeg, Canada launches a new online employment web site that has recently gone international since it's inception only about a month ago.
With her husband and families support, Mrs. Cowdery made a small investment to create an employment web site that she said would help others, as well as supplement her own income, in a still recovering international economy.
"I was surprised when the site took off on an international level" Said Mrs. Cowdery. She further added, that there was an 'obvious need' of help in a time where others are looking for possible employment in other nations.
In fact, Gloria Cowdery's site, Employment Connexions Now.com may even rival larger name online employment agencies, as it offers an option for employers to 'pay later', when a potential employee is secured by online job agents, that both screen and refer potential employees. The option to pay later is definitely an attractive option to the international business community.
This site also has the added benefit of offering job seekers the option of casually browsing opportunities, or to have the assistance of online job agents to help job seekers find, and secure positions either locally, or for placement abroad.
Employment Connexions Now.com with their 'business breaks' they offer employers and job seekers may soon be the new presence on the internet that larger online companies may find difficult to compete with.
For more information on this site please visit http://www.employmentconnexionsnow.com for details.
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http://www.employmentconnexionsnow.com is an online employment web site that services both employers with a feasible 'pay later' deal. We offer assistance with the help of job agents that match both employers and potential employees. We screen potential candidates so our clients can get quicker results to fill positions, saving the employer the cost of doing the work of searching, advertising, and screening candidates themselves.