Agencies Opt for Top Echelon’s Hiring Hook Recruitment Websites in August

The Hiring Hook recruitment website service, a product of Top Echelon, sells full-build websites to recruitment and staffing agencies. Top Echelon is a company dedicated to helping executive recruiters make more placements.

During the month of August, three agencies purchased a full-build responsive design recruitment website from Hiring Hook. Responsive design technology presents a website to the visitor based upon whatever device the visitor is using to view it—personal computer, laptop, tablet device, or smartphone.

The list of recruiting agencies that bought a Hiring Hook full-build responsive design recruitment website in August is as follows:
Dayspring & Associates in Rolesville, North Carolina     IT Audit Search in Wheaton, Illinois     AutoPro Technical Recruiting in Oak Park, Michigan     Helffrich International in Kissimmee, Florida

As well as buying a full-build website, these three recruiting agencies also purchased the Hiring Hook Job Board, which allows them to post their jobs on their website and also advertise them through social media.

A Hiring Hook full-build website entails a complete re-design and in some cases, a re-structuring of an agency’s website. Hiring Hook employs a four-phase process for building a new website, which includes the following:

1.    Needs Analysis
2.    Design Selection
3.    Customization
4.    Your Website Goes Live!

In addition to responsive design technology, recruiters can also add a blog to their recruiting agency’s website.

“Recruiting firm owners are continuing to see the importance of a responsive design website,” said Hiring Hook consultant Mike McRae. “More and more job seekers are looking for new employment opportunities on their cell phones and other tablet devices. This is not a trend that’s going to reverse itself. Responsive design websites are a must for recruiters.”

Hiring Hook provides a complete website design service for recruitment and staffing agencies. By also selecting the Hiring Hook Job Board, recruiters have the option of posting their jobs on their website, where candidates can apply for those jobs, upload a resume, and set up alerts. Recruiters can also advertise their jobs on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter to gain even more exposure. Click here to see examples of Hiring Hook’s websites for recruitment and staffing