DirectEmployers Association permits its members, partners and the media to use its name and logos as specified in these brand guidelines. DirectEmployers Association reserves the right to cancel, modify, or change the permission in this policy at any time at its sole discretion. We respectfully ask that you notify us should you choose to use any of our logos.
DirectEmployers Association is a nonprofit Member-owned and managed association formed in 2001 by 14 leading Fortune 500 companies searching for a way to reduce recruiting costs, while regaining ownership of their recruitment brand. Through collaboration with these individuals, DirectEmployers developed proprietary technology that has since led to the creation of our flagship product—a federal contractor compliance solution that assists with the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Program’s (OFCCP) VEVRAA mandatory listing requirements and Section 503 regulations. Now with over 900 employers varying in industry and size, we’ve expanded our Member benefits to include a Partner Relationship Manager (PRM), networking and educational opportunities and fully customizable Recruitment Marketing Solutions.
When referring to our company, the full name is DirectEmployers Association.
- DirectEmployers is written as one word with D and E capitalized, followed by Association.
- The correct abbreviation for DirectEmployers Association is DE (not DEA).
The National Labor Exchange (NLx) & US.jobs Brand Guidelines
The National Labor Exchange (NLx) is an unprecedented public-private partnership between DirectEmployers Association and the National Association of State Workforce Agencies (NASWA). Created in 2007, the NLx leverages private non-profit-owned technology and existing state workforce agency. As a replacement to the discontinued America’s Job Bank, the NLx has created an efficient, seamless method for federal contractors and subcontractors to meet required federal job posting and delivery standards, as well as, providing a cost effective solution to reach a highly diverse workforce.
US.jobs is the online job search engine of the National Labor Exchange (NLx) and is the prime source of delivery for quality, vetted jobs to state job banks and to our nations veterans’ representatives daily.
When referring to the partnership, the full name is the National Labor Exchange (NLx). The online job search engine of the NLx is US.jobs.
- The correct abbreviation for National Labor Exchange is NLx (note the capital N and L, lower case x).