CalChamber’s New Job Board Helps Decrease Recruitment Costs for Employers

Jul 10 2019 - Hiring - HRWatchdog

In 2018, 28.6 percent of employees left their jobs for better opportunities, according to a Work Institute report. If the trend continues, one in three workers will leave their job each year by 2020. As the U.S. economy continues to grow, employers are competing for workers. CalChamber’s new job board — HRCalifornia Job Board — can help employers eliminate one of the most expensive steps in the hiring process – the cost of recruitment.

Hiring is time consuming and expensive. Employers pay an average of $300 per posting to post a job opening for 30 days and often it takes longer to fill a given position.

HRCalifornia Job Board is a free service for CalChamber Preferred Members or higher, although anyone can view job postings. These members may post as many positions on the HRCalifornia Job Board as they need – there’s no limit or additional cost. If members maintain their CalChamber membership status, they are free to post and manage their job listings. Posting just one open position onto two other job boards can cost as much as $1200.

HRCalifornia Jobs is easy to use. Qualifying members can easily:

  • Post and remove job openings;
  • Receive posting reports;
  • Direct applicants to their own website; and
  • Receive resumes via email.

At CalChamber, we’re all about helping California businesses do business. CalChamber has more than 141,000 users visit our websites each month with nearly 700,000 pageviews, which is expected to grow with the launch of HRCalifornia Job Board. Our website will pull in more applicants for specific searches, which will bring in more qualified and motivated applicants looking for opportunities in California.

Starting July 1, qualifying members can start posting job openings. A CalChamber membership also provides compliance information and guidance, including timesaving HR tools and resources. Not a member? See what else CalChamber can do for you.

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