JobDrama.com offers work-related advice, career tips, job listings and even information and links to career alternatives, such as work at home opportunities; this online resource also fulfills a niche centered on career management
Taylor, MI (PRWEB) September 23, 2008 — The career resource conglomerate, Monster™ and the social networking heavy weight, MySpace™ can now see what their "child" would look like if they were to form a union – http://www.JobDrama.com].
JobDrama.com, which launched in February of 2008, is a creation that has brought the best of these two worlds together by offering a venue for social interaction while being a support for those in the workplace. With the ability to chat, start or join groups, post messages and blog, JobDrama.com fulfills today’s need to reach out to others over the web. By offering work-related advice, career tips, job listings and even information and links to career alternatives, such as work at home opportunities, this online resource also fulfills a niche centered on http://www.JobDrama.com [career management].
"JobDrama.com has not only given me useful job leads, but the member community (with actual HR managers) has also given valuable advice about dealing with my work issues. Here is a community wherein people who work from home and those who have full time jobs can interact and help each other in resolving the ‘drama’ in their work and home lives." -Stephanie Soon, member since April 2008
The environment is positive, upbeat and supportive. Though many have negative experiences to share, everyone is professional and looks for honest feedback. The heart behind this social community welcomes members and keeps them coming back.
"JobDrama.com has been an oasis of support that I needed to help me with my everyday struggles. The community at JobDrama.com has helped me with everything from problems with my full time job to ways to look for a new job. I am very thankful that I have found this website." -Jennifer Glennon, member since September 2008
This website creates a social community that provides a truly unique experience. Members are able to contribute to discussions, post pictures, upload videos and create a profile, while giving and receiving support on both work-related and non-work-related issues. This career network then raises the bar further by offering the chance to win prizes based on participation through creative and fun contests, such as ”Secret Hot Topics”, ”Gas Price Crisis”, ”Best Employee of Metro Detroit” and ”Member of the Month”.
"When I first joined JobDrama.com, I had no idea how much fun it would be. It is free to join and as a member…you get the chance to win cash or gift card prizes… (This) is a great place to network with other working people from the home office or traditional office building." –Monica Curran, member since April 2008
Though Monster™ and MySpace™ are household names; JobDrama.com is quickly becoming a contender by drawing from a deeper well of attributes and having a more personal touch.
"We all have ‘job drama’, what we don’t usually have is a place to express it. JobDrama.com is the place. It takes the negative and exposes it to positive light…Each one of us can find tools (here) to succeed in (our) endeavors." -Violette DeSantis, member since March 2008
Its CEO and founder, Nova Yeoman, has created a place where career management and http://www.JobDrama.com [social networking] converge in a unified and practical setting. "Members are happy, but most importantly, they are being helped. Even if one person finds a job or learns a better way to successfully excel at an interview, then we have accomplished our goal. The experience is made even sweeter when we are able to also provide a forum for others to meet, interact and form friendships. It’s truly the best of both worlds when you can log into one site and find a job, find a candidate and even find a friend." –Nova Yeoman, CEO and Founder
For additional information on the news that is the subject of this release, contact Nova Yeoman or visit www.JobDrama.com].
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