Snag, a fast-growing platform for hourly work formerly known as Snagajob, has named Fabio Rosati as its chairman and CEO. The former Upwork CEO takes over from Peter Harrison who held the post since 2013. Snag's name change and new look were announced just three months ago.
The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) has confirmed that HR technology services company PageUp is safe to use again, following a data breach. The company's services are used by many of Australia’s ASX 200 companies to process job applications received from job boards like Seek, Monster, Indeed, and LinkedIn.
While the overall revenue of Randstad Holding grew by 7.4 percent in the first quarter of FY18 to €5.6 billion ($6.8 billion U.S.), its revenue in the US was flat again as Monster turnover dropped by 16 percent, according to financial results.
Business network Xing focuses on Germany, Austria and Switzerland while its main competitor LinkedIn offers recruiters a global reach to candidates.
The biggest U.S. trade association for the oil and gas industry The American Petroleum Institute (API) recently announced a partnership with global jobs search engine Indeed.com. The aggregator will feed API's new jobs and resource site Oilgasworkforce.com.
As promised last December, Indeed Resume is now available for subscriptions for employers and recruiters; giving them an access to the contact details of up to 100 job-seekers a month.
Recruitment classified Adzuna.co.uk has won the contract to run British government's job search platform, Universal Jobmatch. It will be providing the new service starting in the second quarter of 2018.
Similarly to the previous quarter, Q4 of FY2017 brought only 1% revenue growth for Randstad North America – with flat growth in US and 10% revenue increase in Canada -- yet revenue in Europe grew by 11%.
Global jobs search engine Indeed.com has empowered recruiters to independently assess job market and candidate data for specific job categories, through its data analytical service named Hiring Insights.
Joblift, the German job metasearch platform that aggregates from 4,000 job sites, raised €10 million ($11.7 million U.S.) in its second funding round.