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Bill Warren (founder of online recruiting)

For other people named William Warren, see William Warren (disambiguation).

Bill Warren (born circa 1942),[1] is a former corporate human resource executive with Rockwell International and former President of Monster.com. He is widely recognized as the founder of online recruiting. Warren was awarded the 1997 Employment Management Association’s prestigious Pericles Pro Meritus Award, an honor presented by EMA in recognition of being the founder of online recruiting on the Internet.[2]

Bill is currently Executive Director of DirectEmployers Association,[3] a non-profit consortium of 550 leading U.S. companies. DirectEmployers Association services include the JobCentral National Labor Exchange, an alliance with The National Association of State Workforce Agencies (NASWA).[4]

He is a graduate of Indiana University and a three-year United States Army veteran.

Online recruiting history

In August 1992, Bill Warren founded Online Career Center (OCC), the first employment site on the Internet. He remained president of OCC after it was sold to TMP Worldwide (now Monster Worldwide) in December 1995. OCC was renamed Monster.com and he was named president in December 1998.[5] Warren left Monster.com in 2000.[6]

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External links

  • JobCentral National Labor Exchange
  • DirectEmployers Association
  • National Association of State Workforce Agencies
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