NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Sep 10, 2014) -

Maury Hanigan, founder and chief executive officer of Match-Click, the first recruiting platform to give employers the tools to effectively market their positions and engage top candidates with rich content

Will be the guest speaker on DriveThruHR, a top-rated daily internet radio show focusing on issues of concern to HR professionals

Thursday, September 11, 2014, at 1:00 p.m. EDT (12:00 p.m. CDT/11:00 a.m. MDT/10:00 a.m. PDT).

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With video and mobile technologies taking hold as preferred communications methods, the days of recruiting talent using static online job boards are long gone. As Millennial professionals are poised to make up the largest demographic segment of the U.S. labor market in the next few years, employers need to find new ways to open conversations with qualified candidates by using rich content that conveys corporate culture, simulates the job environment and motivates them to apply for the position.

During her appearance on DriveThruHR, Match-Click's Maury Hanigan will share insight into the dynamic expectations of the new generation of job-seekers. As a former Procter & Gamble marketing executive, Hanigan understands the application of consumer marketing best practices and will discuss how employers can incorporate these strategies into their recruitment practices.

Hiring managers and recruiting professionals who are interested in learning how to best market their open positions and engage top candidates are encouraged to tune into DriveThruHR for this informative session.

About Match-Click
Redefining how jobs are marketed, Match-Click is the first recruiting platform that gives employers the social and mobile tools necessary to attract candidates with rich content. This innovative solution generates mobile-friendly profiles that engage candidates through authentic videos of their potential boss and co-workers and highlights the key features of the opportunity. Match-Click's interesting, shareable and easy-to-access information is particularly compelling to millennial workers and passive candidates. For more information, visit