My first week and I already have an exclusive! How cool is that? Later this morning, EDRM will be officially announcing its new EDRM Hub, a global online job, event and service provider portal which is available today!
For the next three months EDRM will offer these services for FREE to serve the needs of its community! Yes, I said “free”.
As noted in the press release which will be distributed later this morning, “EDRM will provide a much-requested conduit to those seeking a job during these challenging times and those looking to hire as well as sharing updated events information and creating a place for those having an event to post their information. The other exciting opportunity is the service providers directory, allowing them to share company offerings and information. Within the hub there is the ability to post articles, white papers and links to social media, increase your footprint, amplify your brand and find help.”
The EDRM Hub is available to job seekers and organizations in the e-discovery, privacy, security, information governance, IT and compliance areas specifically and will reach EDRM’s global community comprised of corporations, law firms and software and service providers in 113 countries spanning six continents. Be patient, Antarctica, they’re working on you! 😉
Seriously, though, the EDRM Hub site includes a “Job Categories” section to filter to jobs in one of as many as 37 categories, “Featured Jobs” section, a listing of the “Latest Jobs” listed, a link to other listed jobs and helpful articles.
The newly launched EDRM Hub can be found at edrmhub.com.
I’ll have more to say about considerations for job searching in tomorrow’s post, but this looks to be an exciting resource that could help a lot of people in this industry who have been displaced. Including me. 😉
So, what do you think? Are you a legal or eDiscovery professional displaced by the current economic crisis? Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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