Here's the latest recruitment technology news making headlines. This week we have news from Indeed, trends in background screening, The Ladders, HireVue and several new HR tech startups that want to help you recruit better.
HipHire puts the 'hip' in part-time. Debuts new matching system for part-time workers.
2015 Trends in Background Screening Report is Out from our friends at EmployeeScreenIQ.
At launch, Boston-based mobile and Web app ReferralMob will have $500,000 in cash rewards for users who help recruit employees at Massachusetts companies.
Gradberry, a recruiting platform that counts 3,000 engineers as users, is launching TARA, an artificial intelligence engine that scans candidates’ code and shortlists worthy ones automatically.
The Ladders Announces A New Salary Database And A Returning CEO
Indeed’s revenue puts it in the same league as CareerBuilder, Monster, LinkedIn, and Dice.
OnboardIQ Raises $1.65M To Streamline The Hiring Process.
Indeed is improving/tweaking. At their recent user conference in Austin they announced several new initiatives.
Zuloc helps you discover new professionals by browsing through a highly personalised list. You’ll meet founders, engineers, designers, investors, mentors, marketers and many more.
JobandTalent raises 25 million for its matching technology.
Lunchcruit wants to get you a free lunch and a job.
HireVue raises $45M from TCV and Sequoia to shake up the hiring process.