StepStone, the job board owned by German publisher Axel Springer, today announced the retirement of CEO Ralf Baumann who will step down at the end of 2020.
HR start-up WhyApply has raised a seven-figure sum of seed funding.
Tokyo-headquartered job sites’ operator Work Port Inc. has opened five branch offices in Japan and one in Vietnam, bringing the total number of its local and foreign sales support centers up to 17.
Bayt.com, the leading recruitment vertical in the Middle East and North Africa, has teamed up with U.K.-based Simply Jobs Boards, which operates a group of niche verticals.
Recruitment support tool En-Gage.net has allowed its more than 200,000 corporate clients to post job listings free of any charge on a fast-growing job-matching app Career.Line.me.
On-demand job app Sharefull has introduced three new functions: attendance registration, salary calculation and advance payment to improve efficiency of labor-related works that afflict recruiters and personnel.
Recruitics, a recruitment marketing company, has acquired KRT Marketing, another recruitment marketing company. It’s the fourth similar acquisition in the field announced in about a month.
Austrian media firm Russmedia has built a 25 percent stake in the start-up Brutkasten Media GmbH after participating in an investment round through its venture capital arm Russmedia International.
Japanese No. 1 part-time job site TownWork.net has launched a three-in-one premium service for employers to expand exposure of ads through the world’s leading job search engine Indeed, create exclusive career page and get space on its platform.
Japanese business partner-matching startup HonMono has introduced a new membership service to strengthen connection between entrepreneurs and companies looking to undertake joint projects.
Glassdoor has leased a second office in Chicago and plans to grow its staff their from 300 to 800.
Japanese job sites’ operator MyNavi Corp. has signed a cooperative agreement with a state administration on securing and fostering agricultural human resources.
Hamilton-Ryker’s new division, TalentGro, was created to provide solutions to the nation-wide problem of the skills gap. The division received their first approval in Kentucky four months ago and has now received approval from the state of Tennessee. TalentGro is also working in Mississippi and Alab