Recruitment


Allas.hu adds anonymous candidate search function

Allas.hu adds anonymous candidate search function

In response to recent data privacy regulations, job board Allas.hu has just added a special ping function, which enables recruiters to perform automatic database search followed by automatic communication with candidates with desired profiles, all performed in one minute and anonymously. The search is launched automatically, once a listing is posted on a job board. During this database search candidates stay anonymous, to meet the...

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Job apps flourish in London recruitment

Job apps flourish in London recruitment

Job apps are springing up to profit from London’s thriving employment scene. Mobile-only startups Inploi and Tempo offer candidates instant connections with employers, while promising companies a healthy applicant pool in a competitive market. Inploi, was launched in 2016 by CEO Matthew de la Hey (LinkedIn profile), CPO Alex Hanson-Smith (LinkedIn profile), and CTO Chris Mackie (LinkedIn profile). The app specializes in hospitality industry recruitment,...

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En-Japan’s annual revenue surges to $370 million

En-Japan’s annual revenue surges to $370 million

Japanese recruitment group En-Japan Inc. (TSE: 4849) posted a 28.3 percent jump in revenue to 40.7 billion yen ($370 million U.S.) for the financial year ended Mar. 31, thank to growth achieved by domestic job boards and job search. In its results, the company said the company set a new profit record as it enjoyed a 40.5 percent rise in operating income to ¥9.6 billion ($87 million U.S.) during the Apr.-Mar....

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Bab Rizq and Bayt collaborate

Bab Rizq and Bayt collaborate

Leading Saudi Arabian recruitment vertical Bab Rizq Jameel Recruitment and the leading job site in the Middle East and North Africa Bayt.com will be working together to help Saudi job-seekers find their perfect job. The two companies will be targeting small and medium businesses to match candidates with positions based on their level of education. The collaboration aims to support both companies’ efforts to make a sustainable...

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NetJobs delivers disappointing Q1 results

NetJobs delivers disappointing Q1 results

Recruitment classifieds business NetJobs Group had a worse first-quarter than its new CEO Georg Tsaros had expected. The company is listed on the Nasdaq OMX First North in Stockholm. In the company’s latest financial statement, Tsaros (LinkedIn profile) said he was disappointed with the results. But he can’t be blamed, considering he only took the reigns in March. Tsaros was appointed just one week after a weak...

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Indeed adds 3000 jobs in Texas

Indeed adds 3000 jobs in Texas

Indeed, the No. 1 job search destination in multiple countries, has announced plans to add as many as 3,000 jobs in Austin, Texas, over the next several years; positioning it among that city’s largest tech employers. The expansion includes two new office developments totaling more than 615,000-square-feet, including the top 10 floors of Block 71 at 6th and Lavaca Street and the full Domain Tower in...

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Wantedly promotes internship opportunities

Wantedly promotes internship opportunities

Japan-based social recruiting site Wantedly has begun promoting internship opportunities available at its registered companies. It's working with Hosei University to match students with suitable internships under its Wantedly Education Program.


Job.com plots blockchain revolution

Job.com plots blockchain revolution

Job.com was a traditional recruitment site. Now, it’s been rebuilt from scratch… as a blockchain platform. Co-owner Arran Stewart spoke to the AIM Group about the site’s technology, business model, and growth plans ahead of its June launch. Stewart (LinkedIn profile) and co-owner Paul Sloyan (LinkedIn profile) both have extensive experience in traditional recruitment. Their ambition with Job.com is to make people like them irrelevant...

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