Thursday, November 6, 2008

Atlanta-based Women's Group Announces Partnership with Women For Hire

24-7 -- The Joy of Connecting, a national non-membership organization headquartered in Atlanta announces a new partnership with the Women For Hire network.

Bonnie Ross-Parker, CEO and founder of The Joy of Connecting shares her excitement about this partnership, "I'm proud Women For Hire acknowledges our organization as one they endorse for women in business. We are here to empower women by providing opportunities to help them grow their businesses. This partnership gives our supporters the necessary tools they need to help them along their journey to career success."

At a time when corporations are laying off and cutting budgets, organizations such as The Joy of Connecting and Women For Hire are serving as anchors to help women with their 'Plan B' and 'Exit Strategies'. Women For Hire is the nation's only producer of high caliber career services expos connecting professional women with leading employers. "Women For Hire is invested in fostering partnerships with organizations that are equally dedicated to promoting women's career advancement and development. We are proud to work with Bonnie and The Joy of Connecting as well as other professional organizations and diversity networks throughout the country as they work to empower and inspire women to provide for themselves and their families," says Michelle Atkins, Marketing Coordinator for Women For Hire.

This partnership benefits supporters of The Joy of Connecting by providing career advancement resources and events available which are exclusive to JOC Licensees. It also allows premium membership to Women For Hire Career Network. These member benefits allow women to make new contacts with other professionals with shared interests and stay in touch with existing contacts as well as allow access to ask career questions to Tory Johnson, CEO and Founder of Women For Hire, directly.

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