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TMP Worldwide and Thismoment Announce Strategic Partnership to Enhance Talent Acquisition Processes

Companies Join Forces to Help Organizations Develop Employee Generated Content to Communicate Unique Employer Brands

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 07/10/14 -- TMP Worldwide Advertising & Communications, LLC, a global, tech-enabled talent acquisition company, today announced that it has entered a strategic partnership with Thismoment to offer employers a best-in-class user generated content and experience management solution to enhance their employer brands and ensure they attract right-fit talent.

As competition for qualified workers continues to increase, organizations must leverage the tools and best practices that enable them to stand out from the crowd and to be seen as an employer of choice. Through this partnership, TMP's and Thismoment's extensive list of joint customers will benefit from TMP's talent acquisition expertise and TalentBrew platform, combined with the power of Thismoment's Content Cloud experience management software to help companies showcase their unique employee experiences and improve the talent acquisition process.

The partnership will provide clients of TMP with a turnkey employee generated content (EGC) and experience tool that can be used by employees across devices to create content that conveys the organization's employer brand authentically. The solution enables brands to improve employee engagement and permits their current workforce to participate directly in talent acquisition efforts while elevating the brand as a true innovator in the recruitment marketing space.

"What's exciting about EGC is that it involves our employees and increases engagement," said Chris Hong, vice president, Talent Acquisition for ESPN. "EGC allows us to tell ESPN's true employment brand more personally and effectively through the use of employee generated photos and videos. We can showcase to an external audience, where in my early career experience, EGC was on a company intranet only and not accessible to the outside. To me, EGC is so in line with the current times, where employer transparency is the new and expected norm. I mean, who better to exemplify our employer brand than our employees themselves. Talk about being authentic!"

"We are excited to partner with TMP, the market leader in employer brand and talent acquisition, to bring the power of user generated content to the talent acquisition vertical," said Vince Broady, founder and CEO of Thismoment. "Employee generated content leverages the knowledge, creativity and connections of the brand's entire workforce to promote their culture and drive job seeker engagement."

"TMP's TalentBrew software platform pushes jobs and content directly to candidates, giving them a true understanding of a company's culture. Likewise, a company's current employees are often the best sources for conveying the work culture and employer brand of an organization," said Michelle Abbey, president and CEO of TMP Worldwide. "Through our partnership with Thismoment, we can help our clients project the voice of their employees to enhance the recruitment process. We look forward to working closely with Thismoment to develop innovative solutions and to innovate and improve the way brands engage their employees and recruit the best talent."

About Thismoment
Thismoment offers the leading content marketing platform for discovering, mixing and sharing digital content everywhere. The world's most recognizable brands use Thismoment's platform, Content Cloud, to effortlessly source the best brand and user-generated content, create original brand playlists, and distribute them to cards and feeds that are optimized for every device and channel. With support for more than 60 languages, Content Cloud's targeted cards and feeds deliver superior audience engagement and conversion across brand sites, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube and other online channels. Content Cloud integrates with leading social media and enterprise content management systems to seamlessly enable workflow and collaboration. More than 150 top brands and agencies choose Thismoment to power their content marketing, including Coca-Cola, Intuit, Kia Motors, Levi's, Lionsgate, Fleishman Hillard and Digitas. To learn more visit

About TMP Worldwide
TMP Worldwide is a global, tech-enabled talent acquisition company that leverages software, advertising and creativity to develop and deploy our clients' employer brands across digital, social and mobile platforms to connect candidates with employers.

This strategic mix of talent and technology allows us to serve a global client base that spans virtually all sectors of private, public, and government employers, and positions us as the organization to define the standard of measurable and cost-effective solutions to the human capital management community.

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