Indeed.com, the global jobs search engine of Recruit Holdings, received confirmation that it is the leading source of interviews and hires in the U.S. from an independent observer, namely talent tech specialist SilkRoad. In a study released earlier this week, the firm found Indeed to be the "top source of hires" in the U.S. by a long way.
We’ve heard rumors for almost a year that Google was working on its own job board. We thought it might be Google Hire. But this morning: an announcement: Google for Jobs is here. Our analyst Brian Blum, who's been covering the issue for a year, reviews what it means.
Another look at Google Hire, reprinted from the clients-only Classified Intelligence Report from April 28. Google Hire appears to be an applicant tracking system or ATS, with hints of job-board functionality, but it may become much ...
The drop was driven by lower than expected job site advertising and resume database revenue, offsetting gains from Tegna's Workterra and Aurico acquisitions.
Has Google quietly launched its long-rumored recruitment classified product? In the last few hours, a new site called “Google Hire” went live at the URL Hire.withgoogle.com.
Reuters reports CareerBuilder may be sold for more than $1 billion to GTCR, a private equity firm based literally down the block from CareerBuilder in Chicago.
Chris Hendricks will retire from The McClatchy Co. later this year. He's been a pioneer in digital media since the early 1990s, and has been involved in companies including CareerBuilder, Moonlighting, and the Local Media Consortium.
Google released a new Cloud Jobs API as part of its suit of machine-learning services in the cloud. At least three recruitment websites --- CareerBuilder, Dice and Jibe --- have signed on so far to use the service, which Google described as "a limited alpha."
Last month, Facebook attacked Craigslist, LetGo, OfferUp, Gumtree, Trade Me and the “stuff” category of classifieds and marketplaces. Now LinkedIn, Monster, CareerBuilder and hundreds or thousands of recruitment sites have to consider Facebook the next potential disrupter.
The new job app Tilr offers "swipe right to find a job" capabilities like Tinder, and its founders are ex-CareerBuilder execs.