South Korean bilingual social recruiting start-up AroundUs.com has adopted a smart strategy to gather profiles of job-seekers in the arts and media industry. The first 100 applicants will be awarded up to $1,000 U.S. worth of cyber-currencies for in-app purchases, according to The Investor.
Crowd Works, a leading crowdsourcing company in Japan, has launched a knowledge hub called Times to share information about pitch techniques, freelance projects, and latest market trends.
In Japan, prospective employees can now send anonymous queries to companies or recruiter using Smile-Query. The innovative tool was developed by local research and development firm Knowledge Flow Inc.
Japanese social recruiting site Wantedly is set to introduce a new function to its empathy-building app Wantedly Visit that will allow recruiters to scout for applicants and contact them directly.
Japanese jobs information company DIP Corp. has officially launched its innovative side-jobs app Gaksei Hunter (ガクセイハンター) to help students find remote, part-time jobs.
Lensa Corp., a joint venture between En-Japan Inc. (51 percent) and Line Corp. (49 percent), has launched a new jobs-matching site called Career.Line.me.
Japanese referral recruiting start-up MyRefer Inc. will launch a new service called MyRefer Alumni, to connect employers with retired employees, next week.
Japanese business partner-matching site Eiicon.net, a subsidiary of Persol Career Inc., has partnered with business creation hub BaseQ to support innovation in large enterprises.
Japanese social recruiting site Wantedly has hired Business Insider Japan to develop new advertising options to help its recruiter clients attract more candidates.
Japanese social recruiting site Wantedly has invested an undisclosed sum in a schedule adjustment service called Waaq.jp. It's the first deal for its AI / Robot Fund launched in Jan..