Newport Beach CA, 9 September 2010 Broadbean Technology, the global provider of job distribution and candidate response analysis technology recently integrated with disABLEDperson, Inc. In an effort for greater reach and to meet necessary listing requirements for many of its clients, Broadbean continues its multiple integration efforts thus proving its cry as THE Job Distribution Company.
disABLEDperson, Inc., a public charity, gladly announces the Broadbean integration of their two national job boards,www.disABLEDperson.com and Job Opportunities for Disabled American Veterans or www.JOFDAV.com<. "We want to thank Broadbean Technology for allowing us the privilege of partnering with them to offer a non-profit alternative to the online recruitment of individuals and American veterans with disabilities to their clients. We believe that this partnership will go a long way in helping us help our community find sustainable employment." said Diana Corso, Executive Director of disABLEDperson, Inc
“As we are continually creating partnerships with job boards, we are very happy with this recent alliance. And we do view our relationships with our boards as a partnership.; Our goals are the same, our visions similar and this integration just made sense. With so many in our industry facing concerns of OFCCP compliance, why would we not encourage as many such integrations as possible?" stated Kelly Robinson, Founder and Chief Exec of Broadbean.
About disABLEDperson, Inc
disABLEDperson, Inc. is a 501 ( 3 ) public charity whose mission is to reduce the unemployment rate amongst individuals and American veterans with disabilities by helping them find sustainable employment. We accomplish this by offering a non-profit alternative to the online recruitment of individuals and American veterans with disabilities through our national job boards www.disABLEDperson.com (for individuals with disabilities in the general population) and Job Opportunities for Disabled American Veterans or www.JOFDAV.com . By posting job opportunities to our boards, employers are demonstrating their openness toward the skilled disability workforce as well as their compliance to Affirmative Action