Reward Gateway, the worldwide employee engagement company, has recently announced the acquisition of Brand Integrity. Brand Integrity is based in Rochester, New York, and is a fifteen year old employee engagement specialist. The addition of Brand Integrity's operations more than doubles Reward Gateway's U.S. team and adds new clients committed to employee engagement, including Rite-Aid, Constellation Brands, and Excellus BlueCross BlueShield. These leading brands now join Reward Gateway's existing global client roster, which includes IBM, McDonald's, Unilever, and Samsung. The combined group will operate under the Reward Gateway brand and be one of the largest employee engagement software businesses in
Truli Technologies has recently announced that they have entered a new marketing agreement with Recruiter.com, the global online recruiting service with a job market tech platform. Truli hopes to continue disrupting the typical staffing standards in the industry through its wholly-owned subsidiary, cloud, and mobile-based hiring platform VocaWorks. Under the marketing agreement, VocaWorks is granted the use of certain Recruiter.com proprietary software and related intellectual property. VocaWorks’ strategic relationship with Recruiter.com will serve as one of a multi-channel strategy to recruit employees and employers onto the VocaWorks’ online and mobile platform. The Company maintains a very strong web presence
Ultimate Software has recently announced that they have put forth their Letter of Intent (LOI) regarding the acquisition of PeopleDoc and its controlling shareholders. PeopleDoc is an HR service delivery platform based out of Paris, France, and the merger of the HR Delivery platform will aid Ultimate in their goal of bettering the employee experience through innovative and personalized features for its users, like an online employee help center, HR case management, and employee file management. Upon completion of the transaction, PeopleDoc will continue operating globally as a wholly owned subsidiary of Ultimate, developing, selling, and supporting cloud-based HR Service
This article was written and published in Spanish and has been translated into English via Google Translate. Click here to read the original article. Twenty-two companies in Quebec want to fill 500 vacancies with foreign workers over a period of three years in administrative areas, information technology and the industrial sector. Quebec International launched the online call and interested parties should apply online no later than August 5th. The interviews will be conducted by video from September 10th to 21st. You must have a university degree, speak French, and have at least two years of experience in the desired area.
Google has recently acquired a handful of the United Kingdom's major recruitment services to convert into a "local version" of their job hunting capabilities. Among these companies providing listings are are Reed, Guardian Jobs, Haymarket, and Totaljobs.com, as well as global contenders such as Glassdoor and LinkedIn. When a user inputs their search, the engine automatically brings up the "freshest and most relevant" vacancies based on location. One expert, however, thinks that the aforementioned firms may regret the collaboration in the future. At the moment, Google is not charging "rent" for the employment sites to feature their listings or place
Leader in machine intelligence that connects people to jobs, Textkernel, has recently announced an expansion to the cloud computer company that assists recruitment processes and transforms businesses, Bullhorn. Textkernel's Jobfeed offers recruiters incredible access to the full extent of the online job market for lead generation, competitive insight, and labor market analytics. Find more leads, place more candidates - all within Bullhorn Recruiters can now find high-quality leads directly in Bullhorn through Jobfeed, which aggregates and categorizes job listings from around the web in great detail, creating searchable listings. Categories include distinguishing direct employers from agencies, company size and
According to a new report from leading provider of cloud-based talent acquisition solutions, iCIMS Inc., over two-thirds of employed Americans agree that in the midst of the applying, interviewing, or offering process would determine whether they would take a job. iCIMS’ Candidate Experience Report explores the experience people go through as they search, apply and interview for jobs, and how the quality of that experience is affecting employers. In addition to the survey of U.S. adults employed part-time and full-time, the report also includes data points from iCIMS’ platform, which is drawn from a database of more than 61 million applications
The software company that links freelance software professionals to businesses, Gun.io, has recently announced an agreement of acquisition regarding Centresource, a leader in product development services. Centresource was founded in 2003 and held as a standard for up and coming web and mobile app development. This move comes as part of Gun.io’s growth strategy which has yielded three consecutive years of triple-digit revenue growth. "The Centresource team is world class, and passionate about the same thing we are—creating great software,” stated Teja Yenamandra, Founder, and CEO of Gun.io. "By combining forces with one of Nashville’s best software shops, we can
This article was written and published in Spanish and has been translated into English via Google Translate. Click here to read the original article. The changing work environment, the need for multidisciplinary profiles, the appearance of new lines of professional development, or the need for new emerging professions, make companies increasingly require skills or specific characteristics for professionals who join their companies. Although it is essential that professionals are technically qualified through training and/or experience, companies increasingly value professionals who are also capable of developing as a team or are able to communicate this experience for decision making within a
The largest job site in the Middle East, Bayt.com, has recently announced that over 37,000 jobs were published on its site during the second quarter of 2018. This brings its 2018 total to almost 90,000, and implies incredible opportunity for those looking for employment in the MENA area. Furthermore, Bayt adds that job availability seems to experience an uptick as summer kicks in - some 15,000 jobs were made available in June of 2018 alone. Earlier this year, the Middle East Job Index reported that nearly two thirds (64%) of the region’s employers were planning to hire within the year.