IIndeed.nl, which became a leader of the Dutch online jobs market last year, has since strengthened its position, along with Jobbird.com and Google. Other prominent job sites including Monsterboard, LinkedIn, Facebook and NVB have lost market share, Dutch market research company Intelligence Group has concluded, based on its study of the job search preferences of […]
“A modern recruiter is one who is targeted, builds relationships and knows how to not only find candidates but also get them to respond!”— Stacy Donovan Zapar
Tokyo-based Internet business Voice Corporation, which operates multiple job sites, has signed agreements with three Korean educational institutions to help their tech grads hunt jobs in Japan. This article is only available to AIM Group clients. Please subscribe now or log in to view. The post Voice Corp. to help Korean tech buffs appeared first on […]
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CosPlayersArchive, a social network for cosplayers in Japan, has launched a job-matching site for cosplay industry at Job.Cosp.jp. The post Job site for cosplayers launched in Japan appeared first on AIM Group.
ussian telco MaximaTelecom is set to acquire a minority stake in local recruitment app PapaJobs, according to Russian media. This article is only available to AIM Group clients. Please subscribe now or log in to view. The post In Russia, MaximaTelecom partners with PapaJobs.ru appeared first on AIM Group.
French digital interim agency StaffMatch just raised €3 million ($3.5 million U.S.) from Bpifrance, BNP Development and several family offices in order to expand within Europe. This article is only available to AIM Group clients. Please subscribe now or log in to view. The post French interim jobs site StaffMatch raises €3 million appeared first […]
Today’s workforce is uneasy about their futures. And for good reason – some estimate that nearly 40% of U.S. jobs could be lost to automation in the next 15 years. This fear of automation has left employees scrambling for ways to learn new, transferable skills to ensure job security. One way to help quell those […]
The need to be data-driven in business is commonly accepted. Planning and making decisions based on hard truths over conjecture is the day-to-day norm for sales, marketing, product development and customer success functions the world over. Yet, somehow, HR still lags behind its functional cohorts. In a recent research conducted by the Corporate Research Forum, […]
When looking to fill an open position, a lot of factors go into the screening process for the perfect candidate. You want someone who has relevant experience; an acceptable number of years in the field; a solid work history; and, the skills you’re looking for. But the most often overlooked, and arguably most important, factor […]
Not all your employees will be replaced by robots, but it’s highly likely they’ll be working side-by-side with an automated device at some point in their careers.
It is well known that the unemployment rate is at a record low and the economy is healthy. While smart business leaders are focusing on growth due to these positive indicators, there is a bigger challenge these leaders will need to tackle: How to hire the best talent to help their organizations grow.
Hired has raised $30 million to advance its bid as a subscription-worthy marketplace for top tech talent. But the field will be competitive, with Indeed, GlassDoor and others likely to up the ante as data collection gets increasingly sophisticated. The post Hired raises $30 million to develop subscription model appeared first on AIM Group.
Andrea Butcher thinks we’ve over-complicated HR. “We’re making tools and processes for the business and not for people,” Butcher tells her Indianapolis audience of HR professionals. “So no wonder people don’t like us, because we complicated it. We’re confusing it.”