Global staffing giant Recruit Holdings reported an 8.6 percent year-on-year increase in its profit to 45.6 billion yen ($399.5 million U.S.) for the second quarter ended Sept. as all the group’s key businesses, except sluggish Suumo.jp, continued to perform well during the period.
World leading matching platform Recruit Holdings has deployed an artificial intelligence system, across all its ventures, on an experimental basis to preempt resignations from its employees.
Recruit Holdings has added a c-suite matching site BizGrowth to its rich portfolio of job sites. This one connects companies with professionals who are looking for side-jobs.
World-leading staffing group Recruit Holdings posted a decent 8.2 percent year-on-year rise in its revenue to 567.2 billion yen ($5 billion U.S.) for the first quarter ended June 30. Strong revenue growth continued in the group’s job site Indeed.com, with a 56 percent increase in U.S. dollar terms.
Indeed.com parent company Recruit Holdings Co. Ltd. and Workopolis today announced that Recruit would acquire Workopolis.com for an undisclosed amount.