RecruitiFi Wins Prestigious Top HR Product of the Year Honors from Human Resource Executive Magazine
The crowd-sourced recruiting platform will receive the award at the upcoming HR Tech conference.
New York, NY (PRWeb) October 6, 2014 - RecruitiFi, the leading crowd-sourced recruiting platform, this week received the industry’s most prestigious award, the Top HR Product of the Year by Human Resource Executive Magazine.
As trailblazers in the sharing economy, RecruitiFi taps into underutilized resources in the recruiting world, allowing employers to access a curated network of expert recruiters, who efficiently fill open positions through a collaborative effort. The platform is one of the first companies to bring a sharing economy concept to the B2B landscape, and the first to apply the model to recruiting.
Commenting on the award, RecruitiFi CEO Brin McCagg said, “Human Resource Executive stands as one of the most prestigious publications in the industry. We are tremendously honored to be selected by their editors, who have been successfully recognizing great HR technologies for the better part of two decades. This award is continued validation that we are providing great efficiencies to both employers and recruiting agencies through technology and innovation.”
Past winners of the award boast tremendous track records for growth and success. With this announcement, RecruitiFi joins an elite group of companies, including former honorees like Workday and Taleo that have gone on to become industry leaders.
In bestowing the honor, Human Resource Executive Magazine recognized the potential being unlocked by RecruitiFi’s sharing framework, stating, “Using a crowd-sourced recruiting option such as this enables hiring managers to fill open positions with top talent in a quick, easy and less expensive way than traditional searches.”
The sharing economy model has been transformational across a number of industries, mostly in the B2C sectors, acting as the driving force behind the two most successful and valuable privately held tech companies, Uber ($18 billion valuation) and Airbnb ($10 billion valuation). McCagg continues to be recognized as a thought leader in this space, recently appearing as an expert panelist with executives from the above-mentioned Uber and Airbnb as they discussed the future of the sharing economy.
RecruitiFi will accept the award at the upcoming HR Tech conference in Las Vegas, where McCagg will be meeting with members of the HR community and the media on October 8th and 9th.
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RecruitiFi is the ultimate convergence of cutting-edge employment technology and human expertise. Based out of their New York City offices, the company allows employers to efficiently, quickly, and cost effectively fill open positions by leveraging an expansive community of expert recruiters. Learn more at https://www.recruitifi.com.