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Indeed introduces Hiring Insights service

Indeed introduces Hiring Insights service

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.

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Indeed to turn partly subscription-based in 2018

Indeed to turn partly subscription-based in 2018

Indeed Resume, which houses the world’s largest database of resumes (more than 100 million), will adopt a subscription-based model by the turn of the year and say goodbye to its current, pay-per-contact model.


Monster UK launches new app for job search

Monster UK launches new app for job search

Leading U.K. recruitment site Monster.co.uk launched a new job search app, designed to make it easier for both employers and candidates to "make a perfect match" on mobile. The app was created by Jobr, the San Francisco-based recruitment app start-up Monster bought some 18 months ago.

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Jacques van den Broek, CEO of Randstad Holding (photo from his LinkedIn page with thanks)

Randstad sleepwalks in the US

The revenue of Amsterdam-based staffing company Randstad Holding, owner of jobs site Monster, rose by 9 percent in Q3 of FY2017 to €5.9 billion ($6.9 billion U.S.) from €5.3 billion ($6.2 billion U.S.) in Q3 of FY2016, according to a presentation by Jacques van den Broek, CEO of Randstad, earlier today. 


Monster sells remaining stake in CareerOne

Monster sells remaining stake in CareerOne

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.

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Xing prepares for European expansion

Xing prepares for European expansion

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.

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