Author: Dave Forde

Monster Canada launches redesigned Monster.ca Web site

Job seekers have easy access to better-tailored opportunities; Employers get more exposure to better qualified candidates MONTREAL, June 30 /CNW/ - Monster Canada today announced the launch of its next-generation Monster.ca Web site, redesigned with new state-of-the art features that meet the rapidly evolving needs of employers and job seekers in today's hot job market. "We're thrilled to be throwing the switch today on the new Monster.ca - confirming, yet again, our position as the Canadian leader in online recruiting," said Gabriel Bouchard, vice president and general manager of Monster Canada. "Monster Canada is committed to helping job seekers and employers find each other as quickly as possible." Here are just a few of the key features on the new Monster.ca site: Streamlined Resume Builder - Monster has simplified the process of creating, posting and updating resumes into one easy step, enabling job seekers to get their qualifications in front of employers faster than ever. Employers will see the difference in how efficiently they can now find and target the most suitable candidates. 'My Monster' offers tools tailored to the job seeker - The popular 'My Monster' now has a new interface containing key tools that job seekers require. It is personalized to fit each individual's job search. Using the Quick Apply feature, job seekers can apply to a job by clicking one button and Monster does the rest,...

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Nortel Appoints John J. Roese as Chief Technology Officer

Roese, a respected industry visionary and recognized authority on network convergence and emerging technologies, will be responsible for the Company’s overall R&D strategy and execution, directing future research across all product portfolios. In addition, he will work closely with the Chief Strategy Officer on emerging technologies, market opportunities and strategic partnerships. “I’m pleased to announce the final appointment to my senior leadership cabinet, signing up John Roese to the key position of Chief Technology Officer,” said Mike Zafirovski, president and CEO. “Nortel has a rich and powerful heritage in innovation. As CTO, John will represent the heart and soul of that innovation engine and become the spiritual leader for our more than 12,000 engineers and...

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