"With our relentless focus on customer success and product innovation, we have emerged as the trusted partner & recruitment platform for global enterprise companies,” said Jerome Ternynck, CEO and founder of SmartRecruiters.
Skillsoft used industry trends and anonymized user data, input from clients worldwide to identify the most in-demand technology career paths, including roles related to data analysis, security, programming and machine learning.
“These emerging and growing companies have a common challenge, and that’s finding talent,” said Joyce Sidopoulos, innovation community manager at the Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council and co-founder of MassRobotics and Robots.Jobs.
EchoLink argues that the current approach of conducting interviews before beginning background checks is inefficient, and that employers would benefit from a system that screens candidates based on verified information from the get-go.
"By further expanding into the Dallas – Fort Worth area, we're looking forward to being 'AtWork for You' to the prospective clients and job seekers that we will serve," said Jason Leverant, president and COO of AtWork Group.
“We transitioned the technology into the business world, where we could use it to help hiring managers, just like sports scouts, predict what candidates were going to be successful at their specific company,” says Sentio founder A.J. Richichi.
While NurseDash currently works with five senior living companies, the company’s client list is quickly growing, and may soon include some other notable providers, according to Jake Kohl, co-founder and COO of NurseDash.