top recruiterRecruiter.com, a leading on-line recruiting and career service technology platform which offers recruiters access to a marketplace of fee based jobs, announced today a strategic partnership with Top Recruiter, a leading film production company for the recruitment industry.

Recruiter.com will help bring the show to over 3 million users and social media followers. Top Recruiter will also promote the Recruiter.com Job Market platform to tens of thousands of recruiters through the various alliances and partnerships that Top Recruiter currently maintains.

Known for its incredibly high production value and explosion of on-line popularity, Top Recruiter is a reality competition show for recruiting professionals, styled similarly to NBC’s The Apprentice. Now in its fifth season, Top Recruiter is expanding its heartfelt-yet-hard-hitting brand of reality entertainment to Europe.

The partnership brings together two industry powerhouses for the benefit of the overall recruitment community. Highlights of the partnership will include:

  • Recruiter.com will be a premier sponsor of all 2017 shows and productions.
  • Recruiter.com offering a free Pro version of their Job Market platform and a special $150,000 branding and advertising package to the winner of the Top Recruiter competition.
  • Recruiter.com offering exclusive show clips, episodes and other content on its website.
  • Michael Woloshin, CSO and Partner of Recruiter.com, will serve as a judge for the reality based show.

Chris LaVoie, CEO of Top Recruiter and LavoieFilms, said about the partnership, “We are proud to partner with an industry leader like Recruiter.com. The mission of the Top Recruiter movement is to elevate the recruiting profession – it means a lot to us have Recruiter.com involved and to bring #theMovement to its massive audience.”

Michael Woloshin, CSO of Recruiter.com, said “Top Recruiter really moves the dial when it comes to production quality and excitement. The industry needs the energy and commitment that Chris LaVoie brings to the table. Recruiter.com is proud to support this project. We’re looking forward to bringing Top Recruiter to an audience of millions and introducing our services to its devoted fans and followers. I personally look forward to being a valued-added member of the show’s success. ”

About Recruiter.com

Recruiter.com, Inc., is an on-line global recruiting service that offers an industry-leading job market technology platform. With a highly engaged membership base, Recruiter.com works with hundreds of clients and employers and manages a social media following of more than 2.8 million people. Recruiter.com was voted Top Tech Company to Watch in 2014 by the Connecticut Technology Council, cited as one of the Top 35 Most Influential Career Sites in 2014 by Forbes and listed by Inc. as one of the 9 Best Websites for Finding Top Talent. The career, HR, and recruiting experts of Recruiter.com have been cited and featured in hundreds of sites and publications, including: Wall Street Journal, Entrepreneur, Forbes, Mashable, Business Insider, Inc., Fox Small Business, Time, The Next Web, Yahoo Small Business, US News, Business2Community, Bloomberg and SmartBrief. Visit https://www.recruiter.com or follow Recruiter on Twitter @RecruiterDotCom.

About Top Recruiter

In 2009, LaVoie Entertainment was founded with the vision of creating Hollywood-quality, industry-specific internet content with a higher purpose, serving triple duty as not only entertainment and marketing but also an educational tool to help evolve the recruitment and talent acquisition space in a positive direction. His first online series, Top Recruiter, a reality competition show styled similarly to NBC’s The Apprentice, skyrocketed to popularity. Since then, Top Recruiter appeared three more seasons as an online series before transitioning into a full-length, psychological thriller/”human experiment” for season 4—Top Recruiter: Reign of the Bosses (2015). Additional projects include the docufilms Art of Recruiting (2015), Talent Attraction (2016), and HRTech, Today into Tomorrow. His work has been featured on CBS, The Huffington Post, LinkedIn, and Forbes.