Unlike LinkedIn, recruiters must include a salary range, and provide ample information about the opportunity at the outset.
Fifteen new jobs are posted to Twitter every single minute, according to a new study by social recruiting company Gozaik, and that that number has grown by 32 percent in just the last six months.
That growth rate, Gozaik co-founder Joe Budzienski says, will make Twitter the “dominant channel” for talent recruitment.
Guest Post Some people think the Midwest is losing talent to the coasts, but really, startup-life is starting to get bigger.
The company has closed $25 million from Sequoia for its “talent interaction platform,” which leverages video technology to make each stage of the recruiting process more personal.
Mounza launched an app today that helps students keep track of all on-campus career events in one place, so maybe, just maybe, finding a job won’t be so hard when they graduate.
Distill announced today that it has closed $1.3 million to improve the process of interviewing job applicants, and make interviewing itself more ”scaleable.”
Smart Recruiters has raised $10 million to attempt and improve the intricate, tangled, confusing, broken, frustrating hiring process.
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.
Namely has raised $3.35 million from True Ventures to help businesses stay on top of their HR activities.
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.
Mystery funding of the day? That’d be YesGraph, a stealthy startup in the recruiting space founded by Ivan Kirigin, a former product manager at Facebook and Dropbox.
This ed-tech startup hosts what it calls MindSumo Challenges to test specific skill sets and help companies recruit talent.
Founded by Google’s former Head of Products, Collegefeed is a social network that brings together students and employers to improve the hiring process.
Cue all kinds of Facebook social graph mapping jokes.
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).
Elissa Murphy, Yahoo’s VP of engineering for cloud services, is the second employee in two weeks to leave Yahoo to work for Blake Irving, Yahoo’s former CPO who now heads up Go Daddy.
“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.”
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.
Guest Post It’s time to dispel some long-held myths about recruiting on mobile devices.
Guest Post Since I decided to go into web search, I immediately applied to Google. Along the way, the same question came up over and over “Who do you know at Google?”
Guest Post I find more than ever the instincts and experiences that served me well in corporate America are even more valuable in the startup world.
SPARCIN launches to open up the interview process to contributions from the community.
If you want to recruit more women to your conference — or to the ranks of your company’s employees — there’s a way to do it without lowering your standards.
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.
Apple is one of a list of companies accused of agreeing not to recruit each other’s employees.
The Pleasanton, Calif.-based company announced plans for a recruiting mobile app for hiring teams, as well as a big data analytics toolset.
Readyforce cross the country to connect top engineering students with jobs at fast-growing startups.
Gild Source opens its developer recruiting platform to startups
Engineers looking to skip to the front of recruiting line and land a job at Facebook have a new, unconventional way to get themselves noticed. All they have to do is successfully map the entire Internet.
If LinkedIn and eHarmony had a baby, it would probably look and act something like HireQ.
It seems crazy and counterintuitive at first: the job-seeker, who may not have a lot of extra cash, paying for his or her resume to be seen by a recruiter.
HireVue has raised $22 million to streamline the job interview process
Seelio, a social network to match college students with cool jobs, has launched its beta to anyone with a .edu email address.
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.
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.
File this in the what-will-they-think-of-next category.