…and the Need for an Employer-Funded National Labor Exchange

White Paper is available free of charge from DirectEmployers Association
Indianapolis, IN – February 27, 2007 – – DirectEmployers Association, a non-profit consortium of over 200 leading U.S. employers which owns and operates JobCentral National Labor Exchange, has announced the release of a White Paper titled, “Meeting Federal Contractor Job Posting Requirements …and the Need for an Employer-Funded National Labor Exchange.”
The White Paper, written by William O. Warren, Executive Director of the Association, contains a discussion of the current law, federal contractor job posting requirements, the impact on employers meeting their legal requirements with the scheduled closing of America’s Job Bank (AJB), and recommended solutions.
Copies of “Meeting Federal Contractor Job Posting Requirements …and the Need for an Employer-Funded National Labor Exchange” are free and can be printed from the JobCentral (www.jobcentral.com) web site or can be obtained by calling JobCentral Member Services at 317-874-9000.
About DirectEmployers Association
DirectEmployers Association’s purpose is to share best practices, create new industry standards, provide research, and develop and manage Internet-based systems and software for employers to increase efficiency and reduce recruiting costs. JobCentral National Labor Exchange is a service of DirectEmployers Association. Its member companies include an impressive group of over two-hundred thirty (230) industry leaders such as Abbott Laboratories, Analyst International, Allstate, ALLTEL Corporation, Anheuser-Busch, Ashland, Avaya, Baxter, Bell South, The Boeing Company, Capgemini, Cargill, Cingular Wireless, Cintas, Cisco, Coca-Cola, General Electric, General Dynamics, IBM, Johnson & Johnson, Lockheed Martin, ManTech International, Mellon Financial Corporation, Merck, Harris Corporation, Home Depot, Honeywell, Hewlett-Packard, Johnson & Johnson, Mayo Clinic, Merrill Lynch, National City Corporation, Norfolk Southern, Northrop Grumman, Procter & Gamble, Progressive Insurance, Raytheon, Sears Holdings, Southern California Edison, Southern Company, Sprint, Textron, The McGraw-Hill Companies, Union Pacific, UnitedHealth Group, USAA, and Xerox Corporation.

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