Recruitment tech startup Jobiak.ai has launched "Jobiak Swap", a service to help third-party recruiters in the U.S. and Canada replace organic traffic lost after Indeed.com bumped their unpaid ads from its search results. The program is targeting some 13,000 companies affected by Indeed's new policy.
Recruitment management system JobSuite has tied up with video interview platform Harutaka to optimize recruitment costs for recruiters.
RecLog, a widely-used mid-career recruitment support and management system, has been connected to more than 55 job-matching sites in Japan. This provides recruiters or HR departments with a central database to improve their hiring efficiency.
Google for Jobs is doing things differently for its launch in Japan. Instead of partnering with recruitment verticals, as it's done in other countries, it's collaborating with Japan's No.1 applicant tracking system vendor HR Solutions.
Leading Bangladeshi jobs vertical BDJobs has partnered with the UN Migration Agency to create a job-matching site to showcase overseas employment opportunities for local blue-collar workers.
Job board Indeed.com has reported a 66 percent revenue increase for its Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) operations, which are based in Ireland. Turnover increased by €138 million ($160 million U.S.) to reach €346 million ($401 million U.S.).
The Bangladeshi government has launched a job-matching site focused on the blue-collar segment at Skills.gov.bd, JobsPortalWatch reported.
JobsDirect offers a resume upload feature for job-seekers. Its connected to salary comparison service Salary.lk powered by the Dutch Wage Indicator Foundation, which operates in more than 80 countries.
In Bangladesh, Google’s incubator program Area120 has officially launched an informal sector-focused jobs app Kormo, which means work, FutureStartup reported.
Sri Lankan talent sourcing startup XpressJobs.lk has introduced an online testing service to share recruitment responsibility with employers.