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.
Both the North American and international divisions of Monster Worldwide suffered revenue declines in Q3 of FY2016 - the North American business quite a big drop.
It’s not over until the classified lady sings, it seems. That seems to be the story with the proposed sale of Monster Worldwide to Dutch HR staffing company Randstad.
Monster has announced a new collaboration with Arizona-based Recruiting.com, which builds corporate career sites.
Dutch human resource services provider Randstad Holdings nv signed a definitive agreement to acquire Monster Worldwide for approximately $429 million U.S. (enterprise value).
In H1 of FY2016 the business network Xing continued on its path of healthy growth, despite the ever-bigger looming shadow of LinkedIn in the German-speaking region (Germany, Switzerland and Austria).
Naspers-owned job site Careers24.com introduced an employer-review feature, which enables employees to review their current, and/or former employer(s) anonymously.
Monster took a step closer to Glassdoor today when it launched employer reviews in partnership with Austria's Kununu.com.
Monster France started posting job ads on Facebook, using automatic targeting software to pick out the most relevant candidate profiles on Facebook to receive ads.
Monster.fi will be the online marketplace for all the media of Alma Talent, the company said in a media statement.