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HeadHunter Ukraine changed its name and owner

The No.5 recruitment classified in Ukraine, HeadHunter, has changed its name and owner.

Save acquires majority stake in hokify, the leader in the job classifieds market in Austria, has acquired a majority stake in hokify for an undisclosed amount. Hokify plans to expand its operations to Germany and to continue to establish itself in the recruiting of skilled workers in Austria within the next five years.

Zhaopin tests 5G video interview technology

According to a 2018 report by Ernst and Young, China is poised to be the world leader in 5G over the coming few years, with 5G connections in China expected to reach 576 million by 2025, representing over 40 percent of the global total.

Save nets funds for expansion

Tokyo-based jobs start-up has received an undisclosed investment from Voyage Ventures to further expand into Southeast Asian markets. 

Key Takeaways from HR Festival Asia, Singapore 2019

May 8-9, 2019, witnessed thousands of attendees at the event & showcased latest happenings in HRTech industry. It was an excellent opportunity to meet most prominent speakers, thought leaders, & leading service providers.

LinkedIn partners with “China’s Netflix”

Iqiyi’s newly-launched learning app — “The Iqiyi Knowledge App” — will reportedly provide a platform for LinkedIn’s professional learning content, which the company has established as a key facet of its localization in the China market. LinkedIn will provide video content on global and local professional learning, and interviews with global business key opinion leaders.

LinkedIn China talks up localization steps

Jian Lu, who took over as president of LinkedIn China after the resignation of Derek Shen in 2017, said the company has launched several new products targeting the specific needs of Chinese job-seekers, including a career guide, salary insights, career Q&A sessions and e-learning facilities. Jian pointed out that Chinese job-seekers tend to be self-starters, […]

Save upgrades recruitment services

Chinese general classifieds leader (NYSE: WUBA) has announced a major upgrade to its recruitment infrastructure. According to vice president Peng Jiayu, this will include a new membership structure with five classes of user and 18 different service packages.

Suke-Dachi unveils premium service

Suke-Dachi, a jobs app to connect construction industry workers with contractors, has introduced a premium service for employers who want to accelerate hiring of craftsmen.

Save’s valuation surpasses $550m

Russian leading recruitment site’s valuation has crossed half a billion dollars ahead of its initial public offering (IPO) scheduled in May or June, according to a report in the Moscow Times.

Facebook now allowing job feeds from corporate ATSs

Facebook is now allowing corporate customers to post jobs to the social media service via the employers’ existing applicant taking tracking systems.

Pasona Job Hub ties up with AirBnb

Japanese crowdsourcing service Pasona Job Hub Inc. has tied up with vacation rentals marketplace to help travelers find job opportunities and work while sightseeing.

Microsoft employees put LinkedIn China in the crosshairs

LinkedIn China has been walking a difficult tightrope in China. Chinese LinkedIn users are free to connect and follow users from around the world, allowing the platform to operate as a vector for destabilising information from the so-called “international internet.” This became clear in January, when New York-based democracy activist Zhou Fengsuo’s account was blocked and then subsequently unblocked […]

The Job Board Summit North America 2019 Is Coming to Denver with a Packed Line-Up

Jobg8, the global job board network, announces the return of its North American event will be in Denver on June 25-26 and has released the line-up. The annual industry leading conference event brin…