Recruitment

Totaljobs launches new global talent tool

In the U.K. Totaljobs announced the launch of an online tool aimed at enabling British employers and recruiters to better understand how, where and why talent moves around the world. The Decoding Global Talent tool is based on research of more than 200,000 people across 189 countries and was carried out by The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) in conjunction with The Network, a global alliance of...

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Monster.fi launches a salary comparison tool

Alma Career’s Monster.fi launched a salary comparison tool at Palkkadata.fi. It allows you to compare wages on similar positions and in the same area, after participating in research and revealing your own salary. At Palkkadata.fi you can compare about 500 different job positions. To get the salary comparison you have to fill out a questionnaire with 14 questions (of which eight are mandatory)....

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Ataya shares insights at StartUp Academy

Rabea Ataya, founder of UAE’s leading job site Bayt.com, just shared his insights on pitfalls of launching a business at the Arabian Business StartUp Academy. Have a look here.

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LinkedIn introduces ad network

LinkedIn’s new Network Display is an ad network that can include recruitment or any other sort of advertising. It’s about LinkedIn selling advertising space on other sites.  LinkedIn will sell targeted ad space, so that a firm looking for accountants who live in Los Angeles can show ads on LinkedIn to only this specific group, and then follow them around the Internet, displaying...

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Jobs site BrighterMonday ditches freemium model

One Africa Media’s BrighterMonday switched from the freemium model to charging SME’s and companies for listing vacancies, and so generate more revenue for the eight-year-old jobs site. Backed financially by Australia’s Seek, One Africa Media (OAM) was never a big advocate of the freemium model for BrighterMonday, as championed by its popular Cheki auto site, but tried its hands...

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Zhaopin expansion drives Q2 growth

Zhaopin Ltd, operator of one of China’s leading job boards, said its expanding market share among small businesses drove much of the growth in its second quarter, which ended on Dec. 31. “Our focus on expanding market share amongst small and medium-sized enterprises in both existing and new geographies was a key driver of growth during a quarter in which we served 272,281 unique...

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