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DIP: profit up 15 percent from successful branding

Japanese recruitment firm DIP Inc. reported a 10 percent year-on-year increase in its sales to Y22.8 billion for the first half of this year. This was primarily due to favorable performance of its job advertisement media in the personnel recruiting services division, the company said in its H1 financials.

LatAm drags Seek’s profits down 84 percent

Seek continues to dominate the recruitment industry in Australia and Asia, but the company’s results are marred by the poor performance of its businesses in Latin America, which dragged profits down 84 percent for the year. This article is only available to AIM Group clients. Please subscribe now or log in to view. The post LatAm drags Seek’s profits down 84 percent appeared first…

LiveHire to target 75 percent of Oz job market

Australian recruitment site LiveHire (ASX: LVH) has told shareholders it plans to expand into more industries in 2018 in order to target 75 percent of the Australian employment market. It already targets 50 percent of the job market. This article is only available to AIM Group clients. Please subscribe now or log in to view. The post LiveHire to target 75 percent of Oz…

51job revenue up 22 percent in Q3

51job.com (前程无忧), one of China’s big two recruitment platforms along with Seek-owned Zhaopin (智联招聘), has put another solid quarter in the books in Q3 2017.  The post 51job revenue up 22 percent in Q3 appeared first on AIM Group.

Seek increases stake in SideKicker to 74 percent

A little more than a year after investing a rumored $1 million AUD ($778,481 U.S.) in Sidekicker, a marketplace for on-demand staff, Australia’s leading job site Seek (ASX: SEK) has increased its stake in the startup to 74 percent. The post Seek increases stake in SideKicker to 74 percent appeared first on AIM Group.

Zhaopin’s revenue up by 30.3 percent in Q3

Chinese recruitment company Zhaopin Ltd. (NYSE: ZPIN) saw its total revenue increase by 30.3 percent to RMB 492.8 million ($71.6 million U.S.) in the third quarter that ended on March 31, 2017. Online recruitment services revenue increased by 23.7 percent to RMB 400.4 million ($58.2 million).

InfoJob hires increase 45 percent

InfoJobs.net, the leading Spanish recruitment site, announced that over 1.2 million contracts were signed through the platform in 2016, a 45 percent increase on the previous year’s figure of around 831,000 hires. According to the company press release (full text in Spanish here) this means that 29 percent of candidates found a job through the platform. Dominique Cerri, managing director of InfoJobs, said: “At…