A fresh new website now greets visitors to www.jobserve.com after it had a massive overhaul in September and the huge leap in the number of people applying for vacancies shows how well the changes have gone down with jobseekers.
Many of the changes have been made with the candidate in mind and even JobServe has been staggered to see a 25% increase in the number of applications for jobs advertised on the site. So why such a dramatic rise? Some very intelligent software has been created that remembers the answers provided in applications. This means a knowledge base of each candidate is built up over time and can supply previously given answers in future applications. JobServe also make available an online tracking service which keeps a record of all the vacancies a candidate has applied for.
The site has expanded enormously since 1994 when it first launched with an IT sector. Now operating in 15 industry-specific industries, enhancing the features and services on www.jobserve.com was always going to prove a challenge if the company was to retain their mantra that jobseekers would be "just one click away from all services". But a visit to the site will reassure jobseekers that it has kept its simple and easy-to-use appeal.
JobServe provides a variety of methods for receiving job advertising news. The traditional jobs-by-email is still available, but now jobseekers can choose a daily or immediate service. The wide array of gadgets that people use has also been accommodated - jobs can be sent as an SMS text to mobile phones or RSS feed to PDA, laptop PC or a mobile.
So if you are planning to find a better job in the New Year, why not check out the website out to see how easy it is to job-hunt.