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Rank This - Recmnd.Me Launches New Upgrades

Posted on 6.13.2012

The new job search tool that helps hiring managers find the ideal candidate has already launched a few new upgrades, as well as grabbed attention from professionals that work for some of America’s largest companies.

The new upgrades from Recmnd.Me help improve several aspects of the website and user experience, including a new homepage that highlights top professionals and notable companies based on searches from the Web, as well as the ability to import Gmail contacts for a faster way to recommend someone, the option for users to feature multiple email addresses to increase the chances of never missing a recommendation and a progress bar on the profile page that notifies users what information is needed for a complete profile.

“Our goal is to create a user experience that benefits both the job seeker and the recruiter – for those looking for work, and employers looking for the best talent out there,” says Jesse Gant, CEO and Co-Founder of Recmnd, Inc. “These updates to the website should help us accomplish this goal with a more functional interface while maintaining the simplicity that’s vitally important for the online recommendation and referral process.”

Additionally, some of the first users of include professionals from top companies, including Twitter, Google, IBM, Amazon, Coca-Cola, HP, Microsoft, GM, Yahoo, T-Mobile, AOL, Groupon, American Express, Rosetta Stone,, Oakley, Klout, Intuit, and Clear Channel Communications.

“When we launched Recmnd.Me, we were hoping it would be the go-to website for working professionals to refer coworkers and friends,” says Gant. “Seeing so many incredibly talented employees from some of the most impressive companies out there is a huge validation of what we set out to do when we created the site. And the more people who sign up and recommend others, the better the site is at returning accurate rankings for recruiters or HR pros.”

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