GoldenLine.pl, the Agora-owned Polish recruitment site, has revamped its search engine. The search tool lets employers search GoldenLine’s database of over 2.8 million candidates.
En-Japan Inc., a Japan-based job site operator, managed to keep profitability steady despite declining sales in the third quarter of FY 2021. This was attributed to a reduction in advertising and outsourcing expenses.
Polish job site Pracuj.pl has introduced a podcast focused on career development. The podcast, called Dobra robota, includes a series of online meetings with HR experts and practitioners.
HelloWork, the No. 3 recruitment marketplace business in France by total monthly visits, has reported €51 million in orders and over 192 million cumulative visits across its various sites. The figure for orders remains steady compared to 2019, which was at €51.6 million whereas the number of cumulative visits declared is an increase of 24% […]
Leading recruitment site Indeed will run its first Superbowl ad ever, highlighting the platform’s usefulness to job seekers at a time of continued high U.S. unemployment.
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Indeed launched Resume Services by Indeed, which includes the following services: Instant Resume Report (free), Resume Review…
With demand for gig work rising rapidly during the pandemic, Facebook is looking to capitalize on the trend
Lensa.com is start-up U.S.-focused recruitment site that’s quietly built up traffic with a game-based personality test that helps job seekers find their place in the job market.
Recruitment startups focused on blue-collar workers are using artificial intelligence to improve matching accuracy and hiring efficiency in the informal economy of Pakistan.
Randstad Holding, which owns Monster Worldwide, expects revenue to recover rapidly in the fourth quarter of 2020. The company estimated that revenue could recover by as much as 50% when it releases its annual report in February.
Louise Grant, CEO at JobG8 has stepped down from her role after 12 years.
Hamburg-based New Work, the business and career network formerly known as Xing, saw revenue climb 4% to €204.5 million ($239.2 million U.S.) in the first nine months of the year.
Japanese recruitment firm DIP Corp. pulled in Y6.9 billion in sales during the second quarter, down 36.1% year-on-year. The poor showing was the result of a resurgence in Covid-19 cases in Japan, which stunted the company’s recovery process.