Nigeria-based recruitment site Jobberman.com, has launched an online test product Skills Assessments, to help employers determine core competency levels of job seekers during recruitment.
Recruitment verticals in Russia and Ukraine are adapting to the ongoing Covid-19 crisis in a bid to cut losses.
Jobcase, a blue-collar networking site and job board, has rolled out online recruitment tools to connect workers with jobs in essential industries.
Lisbon-based Landing.Jobs, a job matching platform for tech professionals, has raised 2 million euros ($ 2.2 million U.S.) from Portuguese investment group LC Ventures and Jacobo UG Investment.
Job listings aggregator Talent.com (formerly Neuvoo) has discontinued its affiliation with programmatic ad platform ClickIQ, stating in a LinkedIn post that the deal “has not proven to be successful or mutually beneficial.”
Upshift, a Cincinnati-based gig platform, has raised $3.7 million in a funding round coordinated by Indeed and led by Indeed’s parent-firm Recruit Holdings.
Coople operates in Switzerland and the U.K. Its U.K. business has seen significant growth in 2019 after starting operations early in 2018. “It was a bit bumpy early on,” said founder and executive chairman Viktor Calabrò,
Outstanding performance from its job verticals led Japanese crowdsourcing company Crowd Works Inc. to turn over Y2.3 billion ($21 million U.S.) in sales in the first quarter of the financial year. That amounted to an increase of 15.5% year-on-year.
GoJob.com, a French job board specializing in temp work, has raised 11 million euros ($12 million U.S.) to launch a digital payment app, bolster its sales team and increase marketing efforts.
GoWork.pl has the largest number of unique users among Polish recruitment sites, ahead of OLX.pl Jobs and Pracuj.pl, according to the new traffic data from PBI / Gemius.
Sri Lankan job marketplace XpressJobs has raised 100 million LKR ($550,000 U.S.) from location-based digital advertising company Emerging Media, which has acquired a 25% stake in the company. The company plans to use the latest capital injection to introduce a range of new services.
Netherlands-based recruitment startup Youngones claimed to have achieved record year-on-year revenue growth, from 500,000 euros ($558,000 U.S.) in 2018 to 5.5 million euros ($6.1 million U.S.) in 2019.
Brazilian jobs site Catho, which is owned by recruitment giant Seek, has rebranded with a new logo and slogan.