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March 31, 2011 15:52 ET

Hospitalityserve.com Joins Forces With ORHMA

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - March 31, 2011) - Hospitalityserve.com, the province's leading hospitality jobsite with over 197,000 jobseekers across Canada, has further enhanced its stature among participants in this lively industry with news of its partnership with the Ontario Restaurant Hotel & Motel Association (ORHMA).

As Canada's largest provincial, not-for-profit foodservice and accommodation industry association, the ORHMA delivers extraordinary value to the marriage. Ably representing the interests of its 4,100 members and 11,000 member establishments, the ORHMA is a powerful presence on the hospitality landscape. Its pairing with Hospitalityserve.com only makes it more so.

With this coupling, Hospitalityserve.com will provide ORHMA new members with a 35% discount off the regular price of their yearly membership. This offering provides ORHMA members with another value driven program that focuses on recruitment and retention.

Among the host of features HospitalityServe.com provides Resume Targeting, a free service that forwards applicable job postings to those individuals who have identified themselves as job seekers in specific geographic regions. Conversely, head-hunting employers can access the On-line Resume Manager, which allows them to view and sort applicant resumes (along with their accompanying photos).

"This partnership," says HospitalityServe.com president, Stratos Papachristopoulos, "further extends our ability to cultivate an active, dynamic business environment for Ontario's hospitality industry while providing a truly valuable service to its members."

For his part, ORHMA president and CEO Tony Elenis says his organization is thrilled with the arrangement. "Recruitment and, in particular, quality recruitment, is an important concern of our industry," he says. "Our sector is the one that most industries look to for guidance when it comes to customer service and customer experiences. Creating a resource talent pool of culinary and front-line customer service employees is simply good business sense."

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