Here’s a roundup of various stories about CareerCloud from the past week via Recruiter.com, SourceCon, ComputerWorld and more.
As someone who is obsessed with mobile and how it can help recruiters and sourcers find & connect with more candidates, I ask you, why aren’t there more apps for recruiters?
Social Site (by CareerCloud) is a mobile friendly website that combines a company’s social media accounts onto a single, shareable webpage.
The integration will provide quick solutions for businesses to improve quality of hires while reducing time and money spent on recruitment.
New site integrates all their social media in one mobile friendly interface.
Can’t attend HR Tech this year? No worries, we’ve put together the highlights so you don’t have to.
St. Louis-based The Arland Group and San Francisco-based Newton Software have formed a partnership designed to enhance employers’ online candidate experience through compelling career websites and a smart applicant tracking system.
Thanks to HR Executive Magazine for selecting iMomentous’ Mobile Talent Engagement Platform as one of the top 10 HR products of 2013.
Over 70% of job seekers are using mobile apps. You, too, can take the opportunity to leverage the benefits of mobile job hunting.
HourlyNerd, the hire-a-consultant startup of Harvard Business School students, has just secured $750,000 in seed money, with $450,000 of it from Mark Cuban, venture capitalist and owner of the Dallas Mavericks.
Job seekers get most frustrated during the online application process when they don’t receive a response from the employer, when it takes too much time to apply and when they don’t have access to compensation data, Rick Moore writes. Easy fixes for these problems include setting up an auto-response function and cutting down on the […]
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