New Domains: Grab a .jobs gTLD domain name
.jobs Domain Name Registration
Connect the dots between you and job applicants
Designed to serve the Human Resources Management community around the world, the .JOBS domain extension provides a simple, fast, consistent destination for job opportunities and employment information at your company. Best of all, .JOBS is a restricted domain, meaning applicants will be subject to a verification processAll .JOBS applications will be verified by the registry operator, Employ Media. Some form of proof that the applicant has rights (not a legal term in this context) to the requested name must be submitted with the application. In most cases, the applicant's existing URL will be sufficient. However, Employ Media may contact the applicant directly if they have any questions during the verification process. Most applications will be verified within 3 business days if there are no questions or problems. to confirm they qualify — no cyber-squatting, no name hoarding, no hassle.
What can a .jobs domain extension do?
- Clearly place your company's HR interests on the Web using a www."yourcompanyname".jobs domain.
- Provide a direct route to career information for job seekers.
- Eliminate congestion, confusion, and distraction on your home page.
- Complement and enhance your company's current best practices in hiring.
- Create a more streamlined recruiting process for HR professionals.
Who qualifies for a
.jobs is designated specifically for those tasked with communicating employment opportunities at their organizations, along with those managing other human resource elements. The ability to secure a company name in .JOBS is restricted to those who meet the following criteria:
- Tasked with hiring or other HR duties on behalf of their own employer organization;
- Authorized to purchase their "yourcompanyname".jobs on behalf of their employer organization;
- Who agree to abide by the .JOBS Use PoliciesRULES: Registrations must be "yourcompanyname".com domain, where "yourcompanyname" is either: (a) the legal trade name of the employer (minus identifiers such as "the" or "inc" or "gmbh" etc.); (b) a name by which the employer is commonly known; or (c) contains either (a) or (b). For example: The Hewlett-Packard Development Company LP may request:
The domain cannot be on one of the reserved lists, such as ICANN's reserved list, occupational (e.g., nursing.jobs, accounting.jobs) and industry (e.g., retail.jobs, manufacturing.jobs, recruiting.jobs) identifiers, geographic names (such as cities, regions, zip codes, etc.), profane words (either by themselves or in combination, such as "blow") and others (such as generic terms). .JOBS will maintain these reserved lists and your requested domain name will be checked against them.
USAGE: Websites at .JOBS domains may only be used to post information about your company, such as your own job postings, company culture, company information, etc.; and
- Who agree to abide by the SHRM Code of Professional Ethics.
* Plus ICANN fee of $0.18 per year.
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