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20220804 | Career Site Accessibility – From Hiring Trend to Recruitment Necessity 

08-04-2022 02:14 PM

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With the current unemployment rate hovering around 3.5%, it is more important than ever to stand out from the employer pack. Things that used to be considered recruitment luxuries or short-lived trends are now becoming essential and in high demand. Not to mention, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion strategies are paramount to organizational success.

One way to ensure you are making yourself desirable to shrinking talent pools & diverse populations is to craft an online, career site experience that is inclusive to all – including individuals with disabilities. Join Ruth Toombs, Sales Manager at Recruit Rooster, as she shares the What, Why & How of career site accessibility.

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Ruth Toombs
Sales Manager, Recruit Rooster

Ruth Toombs is a Sales Manager for Recruit Rooster. In this role, she weaves insights into action by helping employers see how they can configure a better candidate experience into their hiring platforms – starting with their career site. She's also passionate about creating accessible sites and limiting the obstacles to employment that individuals with disabilities tend to face. As part of her day-to-day, she manages a small team of sales representatives where she acts as a mentor, helping them to learn and grow in their own careers. Ruth brings 12+ years of recruitment marketing experience to the organization where she also spends time as an industry-related speaker, presenter, blogger and educator. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her 15-year old Dachshund Bubbles, hiking, writing, or playing guitar.

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