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.
Wellington startup PartTimer looks to help students find part time jobs according to availability and location
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.
Melbourne recruitment startup Gooroo to conduct reverse takeover to fuel expansion into India and Canada
Melbourne startup Gooroo, which is looking to help connect tech talent with the right company through an advanced matching algorithm, has entered into an agreement to list on the ASX through a reverse takeover of Petratherm Limited.
Blackbird Ventures launches Sirius A program to ‘concierge’ top computer science students into startup jobs
Recruiting is hard for startups the world over, hence the ping pong tables, catered meals, endless snacks, gym memberships…the perks go on. For Australian startups however attracting top talent is particularly difficult, even for those with US$30 million of funding under their belt. In an AMA with Sydney-based firm Blackbird Ventures yesterday, Canva cofounder Melanie… Read more »
San Francisco startup TARA has created an automated chatbox to specifically target the rise of freelancer work in America. To alleviate the burden of recruiters sourcing the right talent for their business the chatbot named TARA works as an automated recruiter and project manager that assigns pre-screened contractors to small business projects.
First launched ten years ago, Envato was one of Australia’s first startup success stories. Bootstrapped by original founders Cyan and Collis Ta’eed, it now has over 1.5 million active buyers and sellers and over six million community members working across its various marketplaces, and the accolades have kept coming one after the other.
Kudzus is a platform that allowing people to follow SaaS startups and open up a communication portal between the employers and the people working, or wanting to work, in the industry.
Australian healthtech startups HealthcareLink and HealthEngine have announced a new strategic partnership, through which they aim to increase support for and the efficiency of healthcare and medical businesses.
The best of Sydney’s Human Resource professionals came together this week to find ways to change, improve and innovate their industry. The event was held at Commonwealth Bank’s Innovation Lab where professionals came up with some brutally honest opinions into how they feel about the current recruitment process. Four major outcomes from the event will be tested in a lean fail-fast approach over the next seven days.
OneShiftJobs has become one of Australia’s most innovative recruitment platforms since its launch on a barebones Wordpress site in 2012. The last few years have seen the startup raise $5 million, make an acquisition, and expand from its focus on the hospitality and retail sector to the corporate sector, but now it’s going back to its original mission with the launch of Skilld, a new platform that looks to connect small businesses in the hospitality and retail space with local talent.
Creating rosters from excel spreadsheets may seem very 2003, but companies still continue to use them. Time and money are wasted on rosters, staff training and creating accreditation, with poor online solutions that are yet to harness social media platforms and innovative data management technology. Melbourne startup Rosterfy has created a solution, an event staff rostering and management system that engages with event workforces to help manage their recruitment and culture around their organisation.