The search club Job Hunting Software, Inc. (JHS), which has grown into a leading job hunting tool and is currently being used by more than 50 million Americans, says it will offer its job-hunting software free of charge to employees.
The company, which was founded by a Harvard grad and entrepreneur named Steve Case, will also provide a free version to anyone who logs into the site and signs up for an account.
It said its job hunting system will let employers hire and fire people based on the qualifications of their candidates.
“We’re making this possible because the job market is changing so quickly,” Case said in a statement.
“If you’re a small business or small start-up, hiring is just as important as it ever has been.
Job hunting is one of the most important jobs you can have.”
Job hunting software is being used for everything from job search software to job search sites to job boards, and it can help people get the information they need to find jobs.
However, it’s not free.
Job-hunters have also been complaining about the price tag of the software, which costs $50 to $100, and complained that the service can be a hassle.
For instance, some users said they had to buy an account on the company’s site or sign up for a $10 a month subscription fee to get access to the site.
Some users complained that it took them an hour to log into the service and get their first job posted.
Others complained about how quickly the company took jobs, which they said was because they had already submitted their applications and had already made a decision about which candidates to target.
The latest job-hunt software was developed by Case and his startup, which is based in Palo Alto, California.
It’s based on a company called JobBridge, which allows people to find and hire jobs through a variety of online platforms, including LinkedIn, Monster, and Craigslist.
The software works by analyzing the job postings and the job search listings, and then matches them with people who are likely to be available to interview.
The site has more than 300,000 job listings and a user base of more than 35 million people, according to a company blog.
Job Hunting’s chief executive, Richard Wozniak, said he is working to make the service more accessible to all employees.
Job Hunt Software CEO Richard Wosniak said the site has a user-friendly interface, which has helped the company recruit candidates for its hiring services.
(Associated Press) “I want to make sure that everyone can access Job Hunt without any barriers,” he said.
“The most important thing for us is that our customers are the people who actually make the decisions.
I think the best way to do that is to make Job Hunt accessible to everyone.”
Job-search software has been around for decades.
But it’s gotten a big push in recent years by companies like Google and Facebook, which are trying to create tools that allow employees to find, or hire, a job.
The sites allow employers to post jobs to their company’s job board, while the candidate who takes the job posts it online to a job board.
The companies say the process is much more efficient than going through the traditional job search process.
A company that advertises for a job posting can also create an automated search for the job and pay the hiring company for that time, according a blog post on the site by Job-Bridge.
Job Hunters’ decision to provide free job-searching software to employees comes as the government and the federal government are trying their best to crack down on job-killing practices that cost American workers time and money.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order last month that required employers to spend at least $15,000 per year on job search and job placement services, a move that critics say will cost more jobs.
The federal government is also looking at new requirements for companies to hire and train their employees.
It is not clear how many companies will be impacted by the executive order.
For example, the federal agency has also proposed an increase in the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour.
The government says the increases would help workers who would otherwise have to work in low-wage jobs.
Jobseekers who want to sign up to the government’s online job board will have to pay a $5 fee.
A few states and cities, including San Francisco and Los Angeles, have also instituted their own online job boards.
Job seekers will have until July 7 to sign a contract, but many workers are already signing up for their jobs and it’s unclear if the online job-seeker system will be affected.