Recruitment

Bayt launches SMS service platform

Job site Bayt.com recently launched a dedicated SMS service platform in Egypt. This new platform enables professionals in Egypt to ask questions and receive answers and advice from peers and experts in various areas of specialization in a timely and organized manner. The users can ask questions and receive answers via text messages sent from their mobile phones. The new SMS service platform came...

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Imprev: finding agents more worrisome to brokers than finding clients

In a recent Imprev Thought Leader Survey of real estate brokers, nearly five times as many were primarily concerned about finding and retaining agents and other staff than were concerned about finding clients. Among the participants, 64 percent of whom were 51 or older, and only 12 percent of whom were 40 or younger, traditional word-of-mouth lead generation was highly valued by 86 percent and...

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Rekrute.com turns its attention to Africa

Moroccan recruitment company Rekrute.com officially launched its jobs site in Africa. This decision fits in with Rekrute.com’s commitment to accompany its customers when they expand into Africa. This also came as a contribution to the development of Morocco as a hub for launching the businesses of big, foreign groups into Africa. Rekrute.com now launched its recruitment operations in West...

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Notable job-search mobile apps launch

blackjack games Job-search tool creators are increasingly turning out mobile apps, or mobile-first tools. We have reviewed two notable and emulatable free apps. This content is available to Classified Intelligence Report clients. Want to know more about becoming a client? Click...

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Undergraduate freelance site launches in U.K.

Three recent graduates from the University of Portsmouth are launching a site next month they believe will fill a gap in the market for undergraduates seeking part-time jobs, and then full-time careers when they graduate. The new service, Gradlancer.co.uk, is designed to offer registered undergraduates an opportunity to pick up freelance assignments and part-time jobs with employers while they...

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Hired.com gets $15 million – again

For the second time this year, Hired.com has landed $15 million in investment funding, this one led by Lumia Capital. Additional investors include Sherpa Ventures, Sierra Ventures and Crosslink Capital, who invested in March, 2014 as well. The funds will be used to expand from San Francisco, New York, Los Angeles, Seattle, Boston and London to a new city every six weeks throughout 2015, a...

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