2/5/2010 EmployeeScreenIQ Revamps University Web Site with Multimedia, Social Networking Features (PRWeb)
February 5, 2010
User polls, videos, podcasts and more join existing articles, blogs and news updates.
Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) February 5, 2010 — EmployeeScreenIQ (www.employeescreen.com) launched its redesigned EmployeeScreen University portal to reflect a fresh new brand that reflects its position as an industry leading global employment background screening provider.
Originally launched in March, 2008, EmployeeScreen University is the first online educational resource for HR, security and risk-management professionals, featuring regularly updated, free background screening information aimed to help organizations make better hiring decisions.
“The site was already rich with our expert and guest articles, the EmployeeScreenIQ Blog, legislative updates and notifications of current court delays,” says Nick Fishman, EmployeeScreenIQ’s chief marketing officer and executive vice president. “Now we’ve added new features to the site that make it far more valuable to visitors, including user polls, Social Networking plug-ins, videos and podcasts. The end result is an enhanced user experience for our clients and the overall marketplace.”
The company has produced a new video that speaks to the exciting changes, which can be viewed at http://www.employeescreen.com/university.
“We introduced this concept to the screening industry in 2008 and it has been rewarding to see it grow,” said EmployeeScreenIQ president and chief operating officer, Jason B. Morris. “There is nothing out there like this, so this re-launch has been cool because we were competing with ourselves to see just how much we could innovate.”
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