With Yet Another 2014 Award Win, JobDiva Continues Dominating Competitors in Staffing Industry
NEW YORK, April 3, 2014 – Today JobDiva Inc.® (www.JobDiva.com), the proven technology leader in the staffing industry, announced winning the coveted Technical Innovation Award in the international supplier category at the annual OnRec Awards Ceremony for the UK online recruitment industry. JobDiva earned the award for its industry-leading Talent Acquisition and Management solution.
In earning the top award in OnRec’s key Technical Innovation category, JobDiva bested many other solutions entered by vendors from around the globe—including several staffing technology competitors.
“The nominees and winners this year prove again that despite the current challenging economic climate, our industry has been resourceful and continues to triumph,” David Hurst, Founder of OnRec, said.
Now in its 10th year, the OnRec Awards celebrate the success, growth, innovation, talent and achievements within online recruitment, rewarding companies for technical innovation, effective use of online recruitment and candidate services, and innovative marketing campaigns.
“To be recognized in the very competitive Technical Innovation category in the prestigious OnRec competition underscores JobDiva’s leadership in staffing and HR,” Craig McGuire, Chief Communications Officer, JobDiva, said. “While other vendors are pouring money into advertising and marketing, we constantly re-invest in R&D, ensuring that JobDiva will continue to blaze a path of innovation for the industry to follow.”
This is the third major award win for JobDiva this year already, coming off winning in three categories in the Annual Mobile WebAwards Competition, as well as being named “Cloud Company of the Year” in the 2014 Cloud Awards Program.
With more staffing organizations looking to technology to gain a competitive advantage, JobDiva’s constant innovations will be increasingly essential moving forward for staffing, an industry of more than 17,000 firms that Staffing Industry Analysts projects will generate $137 billion in 2014.