Smart Recruiters has raised $10 million to attempt and improve the intricate, tangled, confusing, broken, frustrating hiring process.
The company said around one third of all its traffic comes from mobile devices right now, and those users aren’t just browsing through the news — they’re also ready to get new jobs.
TrueAbility lets employers conduct technical assessments of job candidates in a live server environment, in an effort to make technical recruiting more efficient and accurate.
The “eHarmony of jobs” announced that it is shutting down its service as of July 19th and shared the six lessons that could have saved the business, if learned earlier.
The San Francisco startup announced that it has raised $700,000 in its first round of funding to get rid of resumes and applications, and improve the hiring process for individuals and organizations alike.
A study issued by employment community Glassdoor found that job seekers are increasingly turning to mobile devices for every part of the quest for employment, starting with search.
The startup’s first round will help it get more developers more jobs through an interesting, almost game-like mechanism.
Job-finding and recruiting sites are hotter than heat, but no-one’s hotter than the relatively ancient old man on the block: 8-year-old Indeed.com.
Every year, the hiring and recruiting industry spends about $9 billion on job ads for a pitiful success rate of under 4 percent. KarmaHire is is trying to change that, to flip the funnel on hiring — and it’s succeeding, so far.
JobScout rolles out nationwide to provide people with the essential Internet skills they need to find a job.
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A company’s best, most educated, and highest-paid staff are continually trolling on Twitter for a better job. They’re not actively looking for a new job, just keeping an ear to the ground in case one comes up.
Close enough for government work? We guess so. But these days, we expect more from Facebook. The now-publicly traded company can’t make big promises about delivering hope to jobless Americans then return a result so uncharacteristically subpar.
We got a small sneak peek at the new design a couple months ago, but today we’re finally getting the full story — including the man-behind-the-curtain mechanics of how it works.
I remember when my stepdad got out of the Navy for the first time. Finding a new, non-military job ended up being so challenging that he eventually gave up and enlisted again. He didn’t get out of the Navy for good until his retirement more than a decade later.
New career network resu.me launched today, saying it aims to be the “LinkedIn killer” for Generation Z users looking to find their dream job faster and easier, founder Karthik Manimaran told VentureBeat exclusively.
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