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September 17, 2003

Screenshot of The National Commercial Bank corporate career section, developed by Bayt.com.

Screenshot of The National Commercial Bank corporate career section, developed by Bayt.com.

Bayt.com (www.bayt.com), the Middle East's leading recruitment site, and National Commercial Bank (NCB), the largest bank in the Middle East, announce the launch of the National Commercial Bank corporate career section, "Career Al Ahli" (career.alahli.com) part of its corporate website, www.alahli.com. The new career section presents an invaluable opportunity for NCB to gain a competitive advantage in its corporate recruiting efforts. Online recruitment leader, Bayt.com leveraged its proprietary ASP technology and recruitment expertise to develop the new career section for the prominent Saudi employer.

As one of the leading employers in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, NCB needs to fill thousands of new job opportunities annually. In the past, NCB used various recruiting methods to source talent for their numerous job openings. However, they found traditional methods were not enough to yield the quality of candidates desired, nor the right number of candidates to choose from. NCB was in search of a fast, easy, and cost-effective way to attract, deploy, and retain top talent. Understanding the value of capitalizing on advanced Internet technologies to manage their recruiting needs effectively, NCB turned to online recruitment leader, Bayt.com, for a solution that would streamline its entire recruiting process for the long-term.

Specifically, on Career Al Ahli (career.alahli.com) job seekers can create a professional online CV, search and apply to NCB jobs directly online, and set up search agents to notify them when jobs at NCB in their field of interest become available. Additionally, since job seekers' CVs are stored on Career Al Ahli, recruiting managers at NCB can easily search for qualified candidates from its database of job seekers without having to wait for those candidates to apply. Bayt.com's Employer ASP recruiting solution enables NCB hiring managers to save time because they are able to search, filter, and short-list candidates faster and easier.

"Bayt.com is providing National Commercial Bank with an Employer ASP recruiting solution in par with what leading companies around the world are using to recruit the highest caliber professionals," states Mona Ataya, Vice-President Marketing, Bayt.com. She adds, "Moreover, by shifting their recruiting online, NCB reduces paper processes and streamlines the hiring process to be significantly more effective and efficient."

In addition to leveraging a first-class recruiting section to its corporate website, NCB joins the ranks of other Fortune 500 companies, who are using their corporate websites for recruiting purposes. According to iLogos Research, 92 percent of Fortune 500 companies have a dedicated career section and use a series of best practices to attract, convince, capture, and process candidates on their corporate websites.

Bayt.com's move to offer an Employer ASP solution further strengthens its commitment to provide employers throughout the region with a faster, easier, more cost-effective recruiting solution. Bayt's ability to delivers best of class career services is evidenced time and again by it being selected by the leading institutions in the region, to develop their personalised recruitment solutions.

This article and all other intellectual property on Bayt.com is the property of Bayt.com. Reproduction of this article in any form is only permissible with written permission from Bayt.com.

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