Recruiters worldwide will tell you that job matching isn’t a simple, foolproof process, for either the prospective employee or the employer. There's always the danger of hiring someone who interviews well but who isn’t the right cultural fit for the organization. If only there were a tool which would make the process easier and more foolproof. The end result would be better for all concerned; employers would have an employee who was the perfect fit for the company, and employees would likely remain with the company longer and more content. Malaysian job search platform, Wobb, seems to have struck proverbial
Global Talent Acquisition and Management Services provider, Alexander Mann Solutions, recently announced an exclusive strategic partnership agreement with FlexAbility, the Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) subsidiary of ABC Consultants. Building on a successful and proven partnership over the last few years, Alexander Mann Solutions and FlexAbility India will work together on investing and continuing to deliver innovative, impactful RPO services in India. The partnership between Alexander Mann Solutions and FlexAbility India is a unique part of the Global Alexander Mann Solutions strategy. It is the only exclusive partnership Alexander Mann Solutions have engaged in to deliver exquisite services to our clients.
If you're planning on getting a high paying, dangerous job, chances are you'd want to practice before you make the leap to the real deal. Luckily, Pixo VR is allowing people to test skyscraper building and other similar jobs in the virtual world, without the risk of death from beginner's mistakes. “Training people with high-risk jobs is one of the highest and best uses of VR,” says Pixo founder and CEO Sean Hurwitz. “Our team is mostly made up of game developers who have taken their skill set to a new platform.” Pixo is also planning on working with the
Five great entrepreneurs have made known how is the selection process they develop when hiring new talent for their companies. And it is that working for companies such as Airbnb, Amazon, PayPal, Yashi and Warby Parker may seem to be within reach of a few, but, as reflected in the responses of these CEOs, it is only a combination of knowledge and, above all, attitude. The processes of selection of new professional profiles are complex processes since it depends on the needs and routines developed by the contracting company. There are no exact formulas, but what seems inevitable is the
The Spanish Association of Fintech and Insurtech (AEFI) has announced the creation of an employment exchange to nurture the business fabric of this business segment through the recruitment of talent. Currently, the fintech and insurtech sectors employ more than 5,000 people through almost 400 companies, of which 300 are dedicated to financial technology and another 90 to insurance technology. However, AEFI expects that these employment figures will be exceeded throughout 2018 due to the strength of the sector. The vice president of the employer's association, Rodrigo García de la Cruz, has indicated that the growth of this "new financial ecosystem"
After the widespread global conversation about sexual harassment in the workplace with the #MeToo movement, Indian women have banded together to make others more aware of their rights. The India Ministry for Women and Child Development has launched SHe-Box or Sexual Harassment Electronic Box. This online complaint form allows women to safely and securely file against those who act against them in the workplace. SHe-Box was originally only for government employees, but the app has been released to all women in the private sector. India has had only 500 reported incidents in 2017, as opposed to the 27,000 in the
According to the report "Global Robotics", made by the bank HSBC, the world cup of who has more industrial robots is already won by China, which, according to estimates, will add about 300,000 robots in their factories, in 2019, more or less the same that there is in the whole world these days. Between 2017 and 2020, according to the International Federation of Robotics (IFR), the average annual growth for the sector will be 15%. Yes, the robots are marching at a steady pace. "China is the world's largest market for industrial robots, with 30% of global demand," says the
Puerto de la Cruz, on the Canary Islands, Spain has recently launched its own new employment portal, puertodelacruz.portalemp.com. The new website, which will be managed by the Local Employment and Development Agency of the City Council (AEDL), allows job seekers of the municipality to present online their CV and their work and training preferences to be eligible for job offers received through the portal, as well as the training courses organised by the AEDL or the collaborating entities of the centre. Those interested will only need to have an internet connection and an email account to register on the website and
Bayt.com reports having had approximately 1.7 million users searching for jobs from the Middle East in 2017. Bayt.com serves the Middle East and Northern Africa, and with over 140,000 jobs posted, many of them have been filled by people in the area. Employers have done plenty of searching as well, with almost 2 million resume searches occurring within the past year. “It has always been one of our primary aims to support and grow the Middle Eastern job market by strengthening connections between job seekers and employers, by developing effective hiring tools, and by providing useful, up-to-date and readily accessible
Ontario-based Igloo Software, a provider of digital workplace solutions, and Frontier Capital, a North Carolina-based growth equity firm focused exclusively in software and tech-enabled business services companies, have announced a growth equity investment of USD$47 million into Igloo. The investment will aid in building Igloo's sales and marketing operations, expanding distribution channels, strengthening its global partnership with Microsoft and further accelerating the company's footprint in the North American market. "Igloo's growth over the last several years, in combination with our partnership with Frontier Capital, is a testament to our innovative approach to solving real-world digital workplace challenges," said Dan Latendre, Founder & CEO,