Unlike LinkedIn, recruiters must include a salary range, and provide ample information about the opportunity at the outset.
Guest Post Contract work comes at a price. Freelancers don’t require benefits, human resource departments, or many other assets of full-time employees.
But they do require other investments.
National health care reform kicks into gear on January 1, 2014. GuideSpark uses short digital videos to help HR departments keep employees informed and engaged about their options.
New York-based startup Maxwell Health just raised $2 million to help employers set up affordable health and wellness plans.
BackOps provides cloud-based accounting, HR, and finance services for small businesses with a combination of software and crowdsourced team of ’riveters.’
Visier makes software for the oversight and management of “human capital” for “people that have a need to know.” If that doesn’t put you in an immediate state of bliss vis-à-vis your funemployed status, check out the rest of the story.
Groupon co-chief executives Ted Leonsis and Eric Lefkofsky aren’t racing to find the next CEO as the current executive team is ”gelling.”
Recruiting is hard. Here’s LinkedIn’s paid product aimed at making it easier (and vastly more profitable for the publicly traded professional networking company).
“Our enemy is the resume,” Lewis said. “We want candidates to show their true colors … which you can’t do in a black and white resume.”
Software for the service industry has proved to be a promising line of work for Southern startup PeopleMatter.
SPARCIN launches to open up the interview process to contributions from the community.
Guest Post At our small startup, we’ve been able to recruit top-tier talent from Silicon Valley companies such as Facebook, Google, and Apple all within our first year and half of operations. Here are six steps detailing how we did it.
Readyforce cross the country to connect top engineering students with jobs at fast-growing startups.
Gild Source opens its developer recruiting platform to startups
Oracle has snapped up SelectMinds, a provider of recruiting automation tools, to bolster its portfolio of cloud-based employee and HR services.
TribeHR, a human resources platform that focuses on the social aspects of personnel management, has announced a new integration with Facebook and LinkedIn.
HireVue has raised $22 million to streamline the job interview process
Talent Analytics measures people, weighing their preferences and motivations and how those characteristics predict job performance. “Our niche is companies who have employees,” jokes founder Greta Roberts.
Talented developers are like white tigers — rare, expensive, and in high demand. Gild, an HR tool that helps companies evaluate developers, has snagged a significant $2 million in seed financing to simplify the tough recruitment process.
TribeHR, a human resources platform that focuses on the social aspect of personnel management, announced today that it’s raised $2.5 million in funding.
Would you suggest a friend or contact for a job at your company? Most people answer yes, making referrals the most tried and true method of recruiting. Now a new tool in the recruiter’s toolbox will allow hiring managers to automate, gamify, and extend referrals beyond immediate contacts.
Funding news was rather slow today, but then again, it’s the end of the week. And no one wants to release major news with Google is stealing all the spotlight at this week at its Google I/O conference. However, here are a few (and I do mean a few) deals that caught our eye.
Editor's Pick Google offered some insights yesterday into its innovative, data-driven HR process. “All people decisions at Google are based on data and analytics,” said Kathryn Dekas, a manager in Google’s “people analytics” team, speaking at O’ Reilly Strata. Those decisions cover compensation, talent management, hiring and all other HR issues. Google’s data-based HR may become a key factor in the company’s future success.
BetterWorks, a startup with a platform for engaging and rewarding employees at small and medium-size business, has sealed an $8 million first institutional round of funding.
Guest Post (Editor’s note: Anne Berkowitch is CEO and co-founder of SelectMinds. She submitted this story to VentureBeat.)