America’s Job Exchange Announces Partnership With AccessibleEmployment.org

Introduces New ‘Disability Exchange’ Highlighting Jobs for the Disabled

ANDOVER, MA, Aug 24, 2009 (MARKETWIRE) —-America’s Job Exchange (www.americasjobexchange.com), a leader in job search and online recruiting solutions, today announced partnership with AccessibleEmployment.org, a national job board dedicated to including disabled employees in today’s workforce. The partnership also coincides with the launch of a new ‘Disability Exchange’ offering job search and career-related services specific to this special community.“America’s Job Exchange is proud to partner with AccessibleEmployment.org to provide targeted career-related content and services to this very important segment of the American workforce,” said Rathin Sinha, President of America’s Job Exchange.

“By leveraging the partnership with such industry leaders, America’s Job Exchange continues to strengthen its services to cater to the needs of job-seeker communities such as veterans, seniors, disabled and various minority groups to help them pursue their career dreams.” “We are pleased to be joining forces with America’s Job Exchange to provide even more job opportunities and exposure to those job seekers who are a part of the disabled community, a proven workforce that has produced great results and gain for many companies over the years,” said Dan Honig, COO of AccessibleEmployment.org. The partnership will introduce several AccessibleEmployment.org services to the America’s Job Exchange (AJE) audience. Visitors to AJE’s ‘Disability Exchange’ will be able to search through the latest job opportunities from AccessibleEmployment.org and other services that provide employers, employees, and concerned citizens with the resources they need to be educated about employing the disabled. In addition, AJE also offers its job seekers free job search, resume writing, resume posting, job-scout and many other career related services.

The new ‘Disability Exchange’ will open a gateway for both job seekers and employers to connect, and provide employers an opportunity to reach out directly to this community. Employers will be able to present their recruitment brand and job opportunities through new outlets within the exchange. In addition, AJE will also syndicate the jobs throughout their network of other partner sites. The ‘Disability Exchange’ is the latest addition to AJE’s ‘Career Exchange’ network that includes Diversity, Military, Boomers, College and many more to provide community specific job search and career services. About America’s Job Exchange and NaviSite America’s Job Exchange, a pioneer in job search and on-line recruiting, specializes in non-executive, middle-income jobs. More than 35,000 employers use its easy job posting capabilities and advertising options to reach job seekers at affordable prices while also obtaining OFCCP compliance related services. Almost two million job seekers use fast and easy search capabilities to find jobs from its database of more than half a million jobs, and a broad range of career management content and tools such as resume writing, resume posting and job scouts to advance their careers.

For more information, please visit: www.americasjobexchange.com. NaviSite (NASDAQ: NAVI: 2.11, 0, 0%), the parent company of the America’s Job Exchange, is a leading provider of cloud enabled enterprise hosting and application management services. It provides customized and scalable solutions leveraging its industry leading hosting infrastructure, full suite of managed services and custom and packaged application life cycle management expertise. For more information, please visit www.navisite.com. About AccessibleEmployment.org AccessibleEmployment.org is a national job board dedicated to including disabled employees in today’s workforce. Twenty-first century employers will require a diverse pool of skilled candidates to accomplish their goals.

AccessibleEmployment is dedicated to closing the gap between employers searching for qualified workers and disabled candidates searching for employment. AccessibleEmployment.org was started by the New Jersey Business Leadership Network (NJ BLN), which in turn was established with generous support from the Henry H. Kessler Foundation. AccessibleEmployment.org allows employers to include qualified disabled candidates in their employee recruitment efforts. For more information, please visit: www.accessibleemployment.org

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