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CashU: job hunting turns into money
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CashU is owned and operated by jobs placement firm Zouk Inc. that was founded in Oct. 2018. The innovative jobs-matching site is presently paying cash for application for employment (エントリーシート)…

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Sberbank buys a job vertical Rabota.ru
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In May 2019, the largest Russian bank Sberbank will finalize its acquisition of Rabota.ru, a No.5 job vertical in Russia with almost 10M monthly visitors as on February 2019. This purchase is in line with the bank’s strategy regarding job verticals.

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CareStyle revamps its site
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Healthcare jobs start-up CareStyle.jp has introduced major reforms to its site, just 18 months after its launch, to increase its user base. 

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Former LinkedIn China exec speaks out
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Former LinkedIn China president Derek Shen said on Monday that the professional networking site has “lagged way behind” Tencent’s chat platform WeChat.

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Jobs.Guidable.co adds upgrades aimed at foreigners
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Foreigner-focused job-matching site Jobs.Guidable.co has implemented several changes to make its user experience more convenient for job-seekers who don’t speak Japanese. 

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Meet the RecPlus Speakers: Dr Stefan Schmitt
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For Dr Stefan Schmitt, head of human resources strategy at engineering conglomerate ThyssenKrupp, volatility, uncertainty and complexity are the “new normal” in recruiting. His presentation at the forthcoming RecPlus Conference in Barcelona will touch on how companies can counter this, as well as how his group is breaking new ground in the challenging Chinese market.  […]

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Yandex classifieds with 81% revenue growth in 2018
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Russian internet giant Yandex has published its official report with results for Q4 2018. Its classifieds have demonstrated 81% revenue growth to reach RUR3.7 billion in 2018. The revenue of its marketplace Yandex.Market, in its turn, recorded 59% growth during 2018 and counted for RUR7.9 billion. This article is only available to AIM Group clients. […]

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SuperJob.ru removes “education” field from listings
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The Russian recruitment vertical SuperJob.ru has enhanced its UI. Recently, the platform removed the field “education” from candidate forms. However, candidates are still enabled to add such a parameter to their resumes. In February 2019, the field “sex” in resumes suffered the same fate. The company has decided to remove the education option from vacancies […]

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Seek acquires graduate job site
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Seek, the No. 1 job site in Australia, is pushing further into the graduate job market, with the acquisition of grad site GradConnection for an undisclosed sum. The post Seek acquires graduate job site appeared first on AIM Group.

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ImmobilienScout24 sells ClassMarkets to Kimeta
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Kimeta GmbH, the operator of the German job-search engine Kimeta.de, has bought ClassMarkets, which provides software-as-a-service for real estate and jobs sites. The post ImmobilienScout24 sells ClassMarkets to Kimeta appeared first on AIM Group.

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Navigos Group opens new branch
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Vietnamese staffing firm Navigos Group has opened a new branch office in a key economic zone in central Vietnam to provide one-stop services for its job-matching site VietnamWorks.com and middle-level recruitment platform NavigosSearch. The post Navigos Group opens new branch appeared first on AIM Group.

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Randstad loses head of North America
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The CEO of North America business at Amsterdam-based recruitment company Randstad Holding Linda Galipeau will step down in March. This article is only available to AIM Group clients. Please subscribe now or log in to view. The post Randstad loses head of North America appeared first on AIM Group.

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Career.Line.me surpasses 1 million users
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Japanese job-matching app Career.Line.me, which was launched less than three months ago, had already surpassed the one million users mark.  The post Career.Line.me surpasses 1 million users appeared first on AIM Group.

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In China, tech sector downturn imperils white-collar jobs
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The Chinese internet and tech sector has seen major companies pump the brakes on their headcount in recent weeks. NetEase, Meituan Dianping and Qunar laid off in December, while Alibaba (NYSE: BABA) disclosed that it would be postponing hiring. Valuations for start-ups are cooling, market conditions are tightening for private enterprises and the pool of […]

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