Recruitment giant Monster sold its remaining 10-percent stake in Australian job site CareerOne to its new majority-owner Career Media Group for an undisclosed sum. Career Media Group acquired a 90-percent stake in August, after the administrators of collapsed education company Acquire Learning, the former owner, put CareerOne up for sale.
Xing, the largest business network in the DACH region (Germany, Austria, Switzerland), announced today it has changed its legal identity from a German company to a European one. “This will ... make takeovers and establishing start-ups within the European Union much simpler – a clear advantage for our expansion strategy," said CEO Thomas Vollmoeller.
Monster rolled out the Tinder-style job app in Germany it had launched in the U.S. last year, as it goes after young professionals in a tightly contested market.
CareerOne, Australia’s second largest pure-play recruitment site behind Seek (ASX: SEK), has been sold by the administrators of collapsed education company Acquire Learning.
Indeed.com, the global jobs search engine of Recruit Holdings, rolled out a new tool for small and medium-sized businesses for creating branded career pages on their sites free of any cost. It is called Indeed Career Page.
Glassdoor is pretty pleased about the latest Comscore rankings which showed Glassdoor increasing an average of 28 percent per month since January, compared to the same period last year.
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.
The business network’s Q1 figures are fresh out, showing strong growth in all segments but profits stayed flat…
Trovit, a leading aggregator which successfully generates traffic and click-outs for its classified partners in 51 countries, is eyeing new markets.