Where to find talent for your startup

- October 12, 2015 2 MIN READ

One factor working against startups is their typically lean nature. Most startups simply don’t have the cash reserves nor the reputations that could attract the attention of the type of talent that they need to survive.


Sunshine Coast recruitment startup TalentVine uses psychometric testing to ensure candidates are right for the job

- July 22, 2015 4 MIN READ

If the number of Australian startups targeting the industry is any indication, the recruitment process is broken. From OneShift to Workible to The Search Party, it seems dozens of startups have emerged over the last few years looking to change the way people look for jobs and how employers make new hires, with a particular emphasis being placed on ensuring there is a culture fit.


Sydney recruitment startup The Search Party acquires JobAdvisor and launches in Canada

- July 7, 2015 2 MIN READ

Sydney-based recruitment startup The Search Party has continued its international expansion, launching into Canada today. It has also acquired fellow Sydney startup JobAdvisor, an employer review platform. Ben Hutt, CEO of The Search Party, said the startup’s Canadian launch is proof of strength in the Australian tech scene to solve global problems and expand out… Read more »


Sydney startup CrowdSourceHire could be up for a move to South East Asia

- May 4, 2015 4 MIN READ

Sydney based startup CrowdSourceHire is preparing to graduate from the muru-D program this month. Founded by Ben Liau and Desmond Hang and Raj Kumavat, CrowdSourceHire targets small and medium sized enterprises and allows these companies to hire the right people by assisting them with their pre-hire evaluations. The core focus is on the software and web developer space.


This is how Coursera competes against Google and Facebook for the best talent

- March 27, 2015 < 1 MIN READ

When John Ciancutti joined Netflix in 1999, he joined a team of four engineers. A couple years later, he became an engineering manager – a role he had never done before that came with one big added responsibility: finding more amazing engineers to hire. It’s hard to imagine now, but Netflix was a tiny, no-name company at the time. Ciancutti had to figure out how to attract world-class talent. [Source: First Round]


Does Australia really need a job search platform for the healthcare niche?

- February 10, 2015 2 MIN READ

The healthcare industry is heavily regulated in order to take care of consumers. However, all those regulations also mean that things are slowed down on the administrative side. A new startup wants to help at least one aspect of the time consuming administrative side through HealthcareLink, a job search platform built specifically for healthcare professionals.