Companies can now start using the software-as-a-service. Talenta has also been busy rounding up high-profile partners in Jakarta’s tech and ecommerce scenes.
Online recruitment has remain unchanged for years. Glints wants to change that, and in the process impact higher education too.
Gone are the days when the word ‘freelancer’ was synonymous with ‘unemployed’ or ‘can’t land a job.’ Freelancers today are the complete opposite of the stereotypes we carry about in our heads.
This job ad went viral for all the wrong reasons.
Niche jobs sites are popping up. LinkedIn targets white collar workers. Dribbble caters to designers. And StackOverflow for programmers. Now there's LifeOpp for the service industry.
As a startup grows, it needs to think about hiring beyond the core functions of product and business development. Here's a look at some of these roles.
Australia’s online employment marketplace Seek is looking to fully acquire its pan-Asian counterpart Jobstreet for US$523.5 million, according to the Wall Street Journal. The deal will see Seek buying...
There’s no shortage of online job finder sites in China – from ChinaHR to 51Job to Zhaopin – but that’s not stopping a Chinese startup from entering this space. That’s because figures show many countr...
Internet companies are not just a place for high-tech innovation; they’re known for some pretty wacky employment practices too, which run the gamut from oddball interview questions to luxurious office...
Angel investor: Singapore must liberalize talent inflow and maintain open, balanced immigration policy
The author is a part-time freelance writer, aspiring entrepreneur and overall generalist interested in exploring, researching and writing. To describe Ben Chew as a busy man is an understatement. The ...
Bangalore-based startup Interview Master is a globally-focused service for companies to pre-screen job candidates via video interviews. Today the young company has wrapped up seed funding from angel i...
Quantine's key product is Next5.com, a web platform where employers can post vacancies and screen candidates by watching video job applications posted by prospective employees.
Community initiatives like PSDPY and StartUpJobs are great because they offer startups an affordable and targeted alternative to seek out potential employees.
Aqayo gives you the ability to engage in social recruiting via Linkedin, share job postings on multiple career websites, create a jobs board, and more.
Created by Ben Chew, an angel investor and entrepreneur who runs a HR consulting firm, StartUpJobs is basically a free jobs portal for startups.
DiscoverMatch is a platform that connects employers and job seekers using personality, culture and job role fit.
Kalibrr aims to close the skills gap in the thriving business process outsourcing industry in the Philippines, which according the the startup, only has a 5% hiring rate.
Startups in Singapore are taken it upon themselves to create a job listings spreadsheet, allowing anyone to post jobs on it.