JUST JOBS NETWORK EXCEEDS TRADING AND PROFIT EXPECTATIONS

Press Release : March 02, 2010
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Glenn Hoy, managing director at Just Jobs Network, comments: To have exceeded our trading and profit expectations for Just Jobs Norfolk in the last quarter is fantastic news and shows that the franchise model we have with the Just Jobs Network is a solid business opportunity for potential franchisees. It confirms our original beliefs that employers want and need value for money, ease of use and the facility to self-manage vacancy listings. Long gone are the days where local media owners dominate the market and dictate super-high recruitment advertising costs. With more and more employers and jobseekers turning to the internet as their first and preferred choice means e-recruitment is transforming the way employers recruit and jobseekers search forever.

The Just Jobs Network, which launched in 2006, offers those looking for a new career challenge a viable and profitable business opportunity through offering job seekers an extensive choice of employment possibilities in their local area online 24-hours a day. The Just Jobs Network franchise model applies itself to all the geographical regions across the country. However, currently looking to recruit business owners in high profile towns and cities such as Cambridge, Ipswich, Milton Keynes, Coventry, Leicester, Peterborough, Oxford and Nottingham, Just Jobs offers business owners the opportunity to benefit from the huge potential in the e-recruitment market and earn between £60,000 and £120,000 a year.

Glenn, continues: In 2009 online recruitment advertising outshone all other advertising mediums including TV and this looks set to continue in 2010. It has taken the internet little more than a decade to become the biggest advertising sector in the UK which was dominated by the power of television for almost half a century.

The recession has actually served online recruitment hugely well. Advertisers can no longer justify the huge sums required for representation in the press and on TV yet internet advertising is great value for money with a wide extending reach and constant coverage. The benefit of this in real terms is clearly evident in our trading and profit returns and, with 55 per cent of respondents in the IES survey of 50 organisations using e-recruitment expected to reduce their use of other recruitment methods in the future, makes Just Jobs strong competition in the franchise world.

As well as providing the franchise licence, business manuals, training, ongoing support, marketing materials and business stationery, Just Jobs also provides regular e-newsletters to the franchisee to generate revenue and profits and a monthly brochure to target jobseekers, the second issue of which is now out, and has introduced a whole new wave of jobseekers to Just Jobs.

For further information, please contact Glenn Hoy at Just Jobs on 01603 224880 / 07766 542513 or glenn.hoy@justjobsnetwork.com

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