Looking for great company career sites

29 Jul 2009 - 10:17am
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pyces
2007

Hello everyone,
I'm in the process of redesigning a career site and I'm just getting
into the research, but I wondered if you all had any career sites that
just really impressed you that you'd be willing to share. By the way,
these would be the career section on a company's site, not job search
sites like monster or dice or what have you.

Thanks for any help you can provide!

Courtney Jordan

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29 Jul 2009 - 10:40am
mgreen49
2007

Within financial, Goldman has always been known as the gold standard
for a Careers section. I'm not crazy about what the recent redesign
did to this section (too many oversized moving parts to get to a
little information -- was the assumption that we're all running at
1680x1050 and have loads of free time?) but there are still some good
things here. http://www.gs.com/careers

In legal, Choate has an interesting careers section complete with
videos playing off the PC vs Mac series.
http://www.choate.com/careers.php

Good luck,
Mark

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29 Jul 2009 - 12:02pm
Anonymous

Courtney:

Some friends at Catalyst Studios in Minneapolis did a great job with
the Kohl's career site--really re-thought the people and processes
and designed a very engaging and usable site:

http://www.catalyststudios.com/#/portfolio/108-kohlscareers/307-kohlscareershomepage/

Hope this helps.

Thanks-RJ

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3 Aug 2009 - 1:37pm
fortpointuiguy
2009

Here's a quick example of something you would want to avoid that I
see on many sites but that can be seen on EMC's career portal.

The locations list box is very small and lists many, many locations.
This is one issue as it is hard to mult-select within such a small
area.

The other big issue is that US- is not an option. So, if your
company has numerous locations within a state and a candidate wants
to search for a job in all of those locations, it is much easier to
select US- than to have to multi-select each city within that state.

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