By: E&P Staff
Online recruitment company Monster announced it will provide MSNBC.com with job listings. Monster will be the exclusive job services provider for MSNBC, which includes such sites as the TodayShow.com and the portal’s local news section, through a co-branded link.
“Joining forces with MSNBC.com builds upon our business strategy of expanding the points of distribution for our market-leading career management resources through strategic alliances,” Joan Blackwood, senior vice president of marketing at Monster, said in a statement. “By aligning with brands such as MSNBC.com, we’re able to provide employers with an even greater audience of active and passive job seekers.”
The partnership enables MSNBC users to access Monster’s job seeking tools like its resume builder and salary information center.
“We’re excited about creating new ways for consumers and advertisers to interact on our site,” Kyoo Kim, vice president of sales at MSNBC, said in a statement.