CHICAGO – Job site CareerBuilder has announced the launch of Pay Per Resume, a new offering to provide an affordable and flexible alternative to traditional recruitment fees.
Pay Per Resume will allow employers to pay only for the resumes they use, eliminating the responsibility of traditional recruitment fees and license costs.
CB says with this flexible approach, businesses have “complete control over their hiring expenses, empowering them to make more efficient and cost-effective hiring decisions.”
According to the release, perks of CareerBuilder’s Pay Per Resume include:
- Affordable and Flexible: Employers can now optimize their budget by paying only for the resumes they actively search for and review, eliminating wasted costs.
- Faster Hiring: With access to CareerBuilder’s resume database for all recruiters without license costs and limitations, companies can expedite their hiring process and gain a competitive edge in securing the best candidates.
- Access to a Diverse Talent Pool: Gain unparalleled access to tens of millions of talented professionals eager to join your team. With CareerBuilder’s extensive network, businesses can tap into a pool of top-notch candidates who are ready to contribute to their success.
- User-Friendly Platforms: CareerBuilder’s intuitive platforms simplify the process of browsing, reviewing, and shortlisting resumes. With user-friendly functionality, finding the right candidates becomes streamlined.
“Pay Per Resume is a game-changer for the recruitment industry,” said Jeff Furman, Chief Executive Officer at CareerBuilder. “We understand the challenges businesses face when it comes to finding the right talent while managing their budget. With Pay Per Resume, we have reimagined the hiring process, allowing businesses to find their ideal candidates with confidence and embrace a more cost-effective approach to recruitment.”Jeff Furman
My Take: I don’t know about game changer. Indeed launched PPR many years ago. This seems like they are trying to breathe life into a resume product that isn’t producing.