Sydney-founded recruitment startup myInterview has raised $1.6 million from a group of investors led by Entrée Capital and Cliff Rosenberg
Pymetrics works with organisations to determine the traits that contribute to success in a role, and then has job applicants play games that help bring out these traits.
We had a chat to Hugh Fahy, the GM of Engineering at MYOB, to look at how the company trains new tech talent through its Future Makers Academy.
The global war for tech talent still rages, and it can lead companies to panic and grab candidates who aren’t a good fit. Startups in particular tend to make several key mistakes when hiring.
BetterView was built on the observation that a resume can tell you what someone has done, but not whether they are actually any good at it or what their potential might be.
Founded by Omer Molad, CEO and David Weinberg, CTO, Vervoe looks to replace face to face interviews with automated interviews and online simulations.
Puffling is an online job marketplace which connects mothers returning to work to each other to apply for job sharing roles.
Online talent marketplace OneShift, founded by Gen George, has announced its acquisition by Perth-based recruitment company Programmed.
HR Tech, the human resources & recruitment accelerator program run by Slingshot, has revealed its first cohort, with 5 startups & 7 scaleups taking part.
The latest recruitment startup to make its way onto the scene is Melbourne’s Weploy, looking to connect pre-screened employees to employers who need short term staff, on-demand.
To help businesses to perfect their online presence, startup Loop11 has developed a platform that enables users to run their own detailed usability testing.
Workfast is an online temp agency, looking to apply the on-demand model to work, connecting employers to qualified temps at short notice.
PartTimer allows students to showcase their positive attributes and why employers should employ them, without a focus on experience.
Slack’s first HR hire, Marissa Senzaki was earlier this year chosen to be part of the landing team for the company’s new Melbourne office, where she now works as the senior corporate recruiter for the APAC region.
Sydney-based recruitment startup Skilld has today launched its platform to address the high demand of skills in the hospitality industry. Founder of Skilld Gen George, together with the minister for skills and small business John Barilaro will open up the new match-making service to SMEs and skilled workers.