Ex-Military Careers partners with 'Recruitive'

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Ex-Military Careers is pleased to announce that they have partnered with Recruitive, the market leader in Software technology for the HR and Recruitment Sectors. As one of the leading innovators in the SaaS (Software as Service) Recruiting Sector, Recruitive’s  flexible Cloud based solutions provide the scalability for resourcing professionals to effectively manage the hiring process.

Gemma Rushton, Recruitive’s Partnerships Manager comments; “We are delighted to welcome this job board to our panel.  They provide an invaluable service to employers who are looking to connect with highly skilled individuals who make for a respected and reliable workforce in any industry.” 

Rushton continues: “The integration between our job distribution software, and ex-militarycareers.com, means that our clients can post their vacancies to this job board, free of charge, at the same time as posting to any other job boards and social media platforms they choose to use.” 

Again this marks another milestone in the company’s quest in providing the best possible place for Ex-Military Personnel to connect with would be employers looking to attract these high calibre candidates.

Since their launch Four Months ago much headway has been made in the businesses mission to establish a service that gives back to our Veterans and Ex-Forces. The business maximises all its efforts in helping to ease the transition from the Military to Civilian Life.

Profits generated from ex-militarycareers.com are reinvested back into the charity, Ex-Military foundation.

From advertising alone they now have over 50 large scale clients that chose to advertise with the still fledgling company including RyanAir, Virgin Active and Thames Water to name but a few. 

Last week they were invited to the House of Lords to speak with other Social Enterprise Businesses about what it means to them to have been granted the status and in turn how this will serve to help the Ex-Military Community.

In a couple of weeks they have been invited to Buckingham Palace, a worthy endorsement for a sterling business hell bent on making a real difference.

It just goes to show that all the hard work and sincerity is paying off.