DIP Corp. has announced its partners with restaurants-focused application service provider Pikachi Navi to improve the recruitment efficiency of its part-time jobs site Baitoru’s clients. The company has been operating its on-demand salary service Banq since 2015.
Japanese part-time and temporary jobs aggregator Lacotto.jp has turned mobile-first by introducing some major changes on its interface.
Tokyo-based Career Index Inc. (TSE: 6538) reported a 29.8 percent year-on-year increase in its net profit to 147 million yen ($1.3 million U.S.) during Q2, as all its jobs sites continued to attract paid job offerings during the period.
GlassDoor, the recruitment reviews site owned by Recruit Holdings, has launched an employer site. GlassDoor for Employers is designed to help companies "recruit and hire quality talent faster and more easily," according to industry newsletter OnRec.
Two recruitment advertising companies that were operating as identity-capture sites apparently have shut down, one week after the AIM Group published an investigation into their operations. StartJobs.net and OnlineResumeBuilders.com both refer to "holding" screens, rather than the job-listing and resume sites that were operating there until earlier this week.
Tokyo-headquartered Work Port Inc. has opened two new branches of its IT and engineering schools in Nagoya and Saitama. They will offer a month's free training to help inexperienced job-seekers.
Japanese staffing firm Persol Holdings Limited and gig economy-focused Lancers Inc. are setting up a joint venture firm called ShareFul Corp. (シェアフル株式会社) to launch an on-demand jobs-matching platform.
Vienna-based career-orientation and recruitment platform Whatchado has announced its co-founder Ali Mahlodji will step down from the company management, effective early 2019. The startup also plans to increase the number of job advertisements on the site from 2019.
Japan's thriving online recruitment industry has just got another new niche career-change site called ShinTenChi.work. This was is focused on the funeral industry.
Japanese social recruiting site Wantedly is set to introduce a new function to its empathy-building app Wantedly Visit that will allow recruiters to scout for applicants and contact them directly.