Tag: Buying

Buying HR technology: best-of-breed or all-in-one? 

Seismic shifts in technology and society have made people everywhere savvy, digital consumers. Everyone (employees, candidates and HR practitioners) have expectations that technology should deliver … The post Buying HR technology: best-of-breed or all-in-one?  appeared first on HR Tech Feed.

Appcast Launches Appcast Premium, a Managed Service for Buying Job Ads

Read Time3 Minute, 24 Second Appcast Premium combines Appcast’s team of recruitment advertising experts with its industry-leading programmatic technology to provide complete coverage across all leading job sites, helping companies find qualified people quickly LEBANON, N.H. – Dec. 17, 2020 – Appcast, a global leader in programmatic recruitment advertising technology and services, today announced the public launch of Appcast Premium, a comprehensive enterprise managed service…

SEO Tip: Buying Aged Job Domains

This post was originally published on this site So want to boost your SEO in a hurry? Consider buying an “aged domain” and redirecting it to your site. Flippa has a big list of job domains for sale. This link or ones on Sedo shows a variety of domains available that have been online before. Never buy new domains and redirect them unless you…

Stop Making Comp Offers Like a Car Buying Negotiation

In today’s incredibly tight labor market, it’s harder than ever to attract top notch talent. The majority of candidates are interviewing with (and receiving offers) from multiple companies. Counter-offers are more common, time to hire is increasing, and offer acceptance rates are trending down. In light of all this, recruiting teams that are thriving are upping their game to ensure they are providing the…

Recruit Holdings is buying Glassdoor

Recruit Holdings, parent of recruiting classified aggregator Indeed, said it would buy San Francisco-based job board and employer review site Glassdoor for $1.2 billion in cash. (Here’s the announcement.) While Recruit says Glassdoor will continue to operate as an independent business under its existing brand, Recruit CEO Hisayuki Idekoba commented that the two companies may partner on “specific challenges” in the future. That opens…