2002 BostonWorks Press Releases
Massachusetts Bar Association and BostonWorks announce online recruitment partnership
The Massachusetts Bar Association and BostonWorks today announced the launch of the Massachusetts Bar Association's online Career Center. The Career Center uses exclusive job-posting technology provided by BostonWorks, the recruitment services division of The Boston Globe.
BostonWorks and The Urban League of Eastern Massachusetts partner to put people to work
BostonWorks, the recruitment services division of The Boston Globe, today launched a partnership with The Urban League of Eastern Massachusetts and will open the BostonWorks Career Center at the Roxbury office of The Urban League.
BostonWorks to become career web site provider for two MediaNews group newspapers
BostonWorks, the career services division of The Boston Globe and Boston.com, today launched a partnership with The Lowell Sun and the Fitchburg Sentinel & Enterprise, two properties of MediaNews Group. Through the partnership, BostonWorks.com will become the exclusive career Web site provider for The Sun and the Sentinel & Enterprise in the Greater Lowell region and Central Massachusetts.
BostonWorks premieres new look for "On Call" magazine
BostonWorks, the recruitment services division of The Boston Globe, today announced the relaunch of On Call -- a popular monthly magazine for healthcare professionals in eastern Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire.
BostonWorks to become career website provider for Eagle-Tribune Publishing's "Classified Connection"
BostonWorks, the recruitment services division of The Boston Globe, today launched a partnership with Eagle-Tribune Publishing, Inc. Through the partnership, the BostonWorks website, "BostonWorks.com," will become Eagle-Tribune Publishing's exclusive career website provider for its network of six daily and weekly newspapers in Massachusetts' Merrimack Valley and Southern New Hampshire.
BostonWorks reports 18% growth in overall usage by job changers
BostonWorks, the recruitment services division of The Boston Globe, today reported an unprecedented increase in overall usage -- rising more than 18% from 2001 to a total of 58% of all job changers in the Greater Boston marketplace. According to recent Taylor Group research, these results even further widen the usage lead BostonWorks maintains over its competitors who have experienced either stagnant or declining usage rates during the past year.
BostonWorks and Boston Metro Newspaper partner to launch new careers section
BostonWorks, the recruitment services division of The Boston Globe, has agreed to become the exclusive recruitment advertising sales agent and services partner for Metro Publishing, Inc, publishers of Boston Metro daily newspaper. A new Monday recruitment section, "BostonWorks Metro Edition," will launch on May 6, 2002 -- allowing recruiters and advertisers to target more than 400,000 Boston-area commuters. Additionally, BostonWorks will sell recruitment advertising for the Boston Metro's Monday through Friday editions.
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