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Our team draws on over three decades of experience in the recruitment space, focused on the online marketing and business development fields.
We have developed a customized portfolio of revenue opportunities with industry leading partners and are focused on areas where inefficiencies exist. Most of our revenue opportunities are seen as alternative revenue streams that generate incremental profits straight to the bottom line of our clients. By using our behavioral data analytics, we drive targeted traffic and build long term value for our partners.
We provide insight into the latest and most appropriate solutions for attracting talent and driving engagement with their applicants. While our focus has been on the recruitment space, our services are industry agnostic.
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Partnerships have always been a critical strategy for businesses looking to grow in unfamiliar markets, tap new customer segments, or sell additional products or services. They have also always been notoriously tricky to make work. Too bad, because in today’s hypercompetitive, hyper-connected marketplace, partnerships have taken on even greater strategic importance and complexity. Both business-to-consumer[…]
As a carryover member of the International Association of Employment Sites, I always look forward to the TA Tech Conferences. I signed up for the upcoming TA Tech Conference and Expo in Las Vegas. Normally, my primary goal at these conferences is to network with other attendees. With the recent changes that TA Tech introduced,[…]
Yet one more significant piece of M&A in the online recruitment industry. Today RandstadHoldings, an Amsterdam-based human resources and recruitment specialist, announcedthat it would acquire job hunting portal Monster Worldwide, for $429 million in cash. The deal works out to $3.40 per share in cash and is a premium on Monster’s share price at closing on[…]
Massachusetts just passed an equal pay law that prohibits companies from asking candidates their salary histories until after they make a job offer that includes compensation, unless the candidate voluntarily discloses the information. Massachusetts’s new law also mandates that employers pay men and women the same not just when they do the exact same work,[…]
A little over a week ago, Glassdoor began emailing its users to let them know of an update to the site’s terms of service. But rather than BCC’ing its anonymous reviewers, Glassdoor dumped their email addresses into a regular ol’ CC field, effectively outing at least 600,000 members of the site. Now, one of those[…]
I know that most people make yearly predictions in December and January but I thought that in might be more fun to make some mid-year predictions. So here they are: 1. One or more foreign job boards will approach and made a bid for Monster. A deal will not be consummated in the near term.[…]
As someone who has been in the online recruitment space for the past 15 years, I have firmly believed that performance based pricing was going to revolutionize the industry. Boy was I wrong. While performance based pricing has provided something tangible to employers, I do not believe it has really improved the process. Under the[…]