Enboarder is an “experience-driven” onboarding platform guiding both new hires and their managers through the onboarding process.
Having grown their team by 230% in the last year, Vamp’s Aaron Brooks reflects on hard lessons learned from a year of recruitment.
PredictiveHire finds out what makes top employees tick then screens for those factors in job applicants
PredictiveHire works to find out what powers a company’s highest performing employees, and then look for those traits in new job applicants.
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.
Two months further on we still didn’t have any product to speak of – let alone demonstrate to potential customers. Alarm bells started ringing.
An employee with the right skills and perspective can skyrocket growth, whereas a toxic employee can cause long-term organisational damage.
Interviewing job applicants can be a veritable legal minefield. Here are some tips to find the right candidate without asking the wrong questions.
If you are a startup, you live or die by the quality of the technology you have in your business. You can’t afford to make mistakes with hiring tech talent.
In AirTree’s portfolio, over 70 percent of our portfolio companies are B2B and very few rely solely on self-service sales to grow their customer base.
Melbourne’s BetterView aims to help job candidates showcase their skills through colleague endorsements
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.
Recruitment startup Vervoe looks to create a level playing field for job applicants via automatic video interviews
Founded by Omer Molad, CEO and David Weinberg, CTO, Vervoe looks to replace face to face interviews with automated interviews and online simulations.
To make it cheaper for parents to hire while also enabling parents with unused equipment lying around to make some extra cash is Melbourne startup Tree Hut Village.
If you believe the growing number of recruitment startups, the traditional resume is dead. With employers increasingly focused on company culture and the personalities of new recruits, video CVs and interviews have emerged as a useful way to get a real look at whether a prospect will fit in.
Once you know your initial go-to-market strategy is working, it’s time to add more people. You increase the number of humans so you can increase the number of calls, emails, demos, deals. Sounds like an assembly line, and it partially is, but humans are more complicated than that so there’s nuance to the construction of this revenue factory. [Source: First Round].