JobSpotter is an app that brings offline, hyperlocal, job vacancies online. Since soft-launching JobSpotter in Canada in November last year, people have submitted more than 300,000 ‘Help wanted’ photos, and on Monday this week, the app was officially launched in the country.
Japan’s used-auto site GooNet, owned by Proto Corporation, unveiled two innovative apps to improve its presence in the aftermarket (after the auto has been acquired). Both apps are available free of cost for download for Android and Apple mobiles.
Suumo.jp, the largest property site in Japan owned by Recruit Holdings, now offers a free consultation service for buyers and sellers of newly-built apartments. A customer can consult a property expert on a toll-free number, or make an appointment for a face-to-face meeting to discuss buying versus renting, or the trends in market prices of new condominiums.
Recruit Holdings (TSE: 6098), a global recruiting giant with job sites, such as Rikunabi, RikunabiNext, and TownWork in Japan, and Indeed.com in 60 countries, poured more than $2 million U.S. in China’s staffing company 51job, Inc. (Nasdaq: Jobs).
The world’s top job search engine Indeed.com, which attracted 270 million visits in July (source: Similarweb.com), announced this year’s third office move in the U.S.. This time it leased a 44,631-sq ft office in Russell Investments Center, downtown Seattle D.C..
Indeed, one of the leading job sites worldwide, added another feather to its cap on Friday when it bought Interviewed, owner of human resource software built around assessments, for an undisclosed amount.
Baixing.com, one of China’s leading classifieds sites, released its FY2016 annual report this week, and it revealed a net profit for the Shenzhen-based company in FY2016 of 11.2 billion RMB ($1.7 billion U.S.). This was the first time Baixing released an earnings report, and the first time it made a profit over the period of a full financial year.
Indeed.com, the leading jobs search engine owned by Japan’s Recruit Holdings, launched its global tech marketplace Indeed Prime in 16 more cities, to bring the total number of cities it serves to 22.
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.
Recruit Holdings, a global recruiting giant with job sites, such as Rikunabi, RikunabiNext, and TownWork in Japan, and Indeed.com in 60 countries, introduced an innovative tool for employers to measure the ‘satisfaction level’ of hired talents.