DirectEmployers Association is a nonprofit HR consortium of leading global employers formed to improve labor market efficiency through the sharing of best practices, research and the development of technology.
Employers will find a strategic recruiting community where ideas, resources and practices are shared; processes, technologies and standards are shaped; and technology is used in a manner which acknowledges values and respects diversity and reflects the rich array of cultures represented in a broad global workforce.
JobCentral National Labor Exchange is a service of DirectEmployers Association, in alliance with the National Association of State Workforce Agencies (NASWA), and made possible by the support of the Members.
DirectEmployers Association offers the strength of its broad-based employer membership and its web-based technology tools, driving millions of jobs into the NACElink system and other syndication sites.
Effective and simple job search tools have been created to give job seekers the tailored results they desire – whether it’s by keyword, occupation title, military occupation code, company, location, etc. Better results lead to more qualified job opportunities and candidates.
Working together through networking, research, and best practices, the Association helps its employers reduce recruiting costs.
Direct Syndication is a service that sends Member job postings to state job banks, DirectEmployers’ syndication sites and, of course, JobCentral National Labor Exchange at no additional cost. Members may also search resumes in the JobCentral resume database.
In addition, employers receive a variety of services with their membership including Direct Compliance (4212 VEVRAA/JVA compliance coverage), Direct SEO (search engine optimization), Direct Traffic (metrics reporting), and more.
Whether you are interested in posting a single job listing (as a non-Member) or joining DirectEmployers Association to utilize all services and post all jobs in the syndication network, visit www.DirectEmployers.org for more details.
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Today's students are presented with more career choices than students were 50 years ago. CPP offers time-tested and research-validated insights to guide your students in their search for rich, fulfilling careers and in making academic choices.
By partnering with Symplicity, we are able to offer you all the resources you need in one location with easy access. You will provide your students with a link to sign-on in order to take their assessments without the hassle of sending them in different directions.
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) Assessment
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) assessment provides the tools you need to help your students better understand their individual differences. The easy-to-take assessment aids them in determining their personality type and personal styles, which they can apply throughout their college and career development process.
Strong Interest Inventory® Assessment
The Strong Interest Inventory® (Strong) assessment has provided time-tested, research-validated insights to help individuals in their search for a rich, fulfilling career. The Strong instrument generates an in-depth assessment of your students' interests in a broad range of occupations, work and leisure activities, and educational subjects. The tool motivates your students to discover their true interests so they can expand and explore various career options or specific college majors.
We promise to help guide you through whatever organizational opportunities and challenges you face-from team building, leadership and coaching, and conflict management to career development, selection, and retention.
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, Myers-Briggs, and MBTI are registered trademarks of the MBTI Trust, Inc. Strong Interest Inventory and the CPP logo are registered trademarks of CPP, Inc.
EverFi, formerly Outside the Classroom, addresses the mission-critical challenges that threaten the ability of educational institutions and their students to achieve their potential. For more than a decade, the organization has been focused on strengthening the field of alcohol prevention. Today, the organization's flagship educational program, AlcoholEdu® for College, is used on hundreds of campuses and by 36 percent of all first-year students at America's higher education institutions.
In 2009, Outside the Classroom launched The Alcohol Prevention Coalition to provide institutional leaders with the insights, tools, and support to develop well-informed, cost-effective strategies for reducing alcohol-related risk and preventing harm. All of Outside The Classroom's programs are developed under the leadership of national prevention expert William DeJong, PhD.
In 2011, the U.S. Federal Government published a study of Outside The Classroom’s AlcoholEDU showing that it reduces binge drinking and alcohol-related harms. It is now the only college-based intervention ever to prove this after being subjected to a national, controlled study.
AlcoholEdu® for College is the only online alcohol prevention program that was designed for population-level, primary prevention. Its personalized approach provides an experience that impacts both individual behavior and campus culture, reducing your institutional risk.
Used on hundreds of campuses and by 36% of all first-year students at America's four-year higher education institutions, AlcoholEdu® helps students practice safer decision-making, and create healthier campus communities. It has been a critical building block for addressing the epidemic of high-risk drinking on America's college campuses.
AlcoholEdu® for Sanctions is an online course designed specifically to help students who have violated alcohol policies make safer and healthier choices - and avoid experiencing problems again. The course provides a strong educational foundation to support campus judicial programs and is an essential component of a comprehensive alcohol prevention initiative
MentalHealthEdu® is an online program designed to help raise awareness of student mental health issues on college campuses, which provides administrators, faculty, and staff with the knowledge they need to identify and refer distressed students to appropriate campus resources.
The program’s community-based approach is designed to reduce the stigma associated with mental health issues, support student retention, promote early intervention, and supplement and create visibility for other campus mental health services.