The City of Penticton’s Economic Development department is organizing the Hiring & Workforce Housing Forum on Sept. 18, 2019, a ground-breaking event that intends to handle some of the most complex challenges faced by the workplaces today.
This stream is intended to give hands on training and valuable resources to those looking to up their game and reach the right labour market. The full-day event will host experts, running interactive workshops to help employers learn the latest concepts, achieve same-day results and gain new skills to help your organization attract your ideal recruit and scope out new opportunities.
Jonathan is directly supporting current partners by telephone and email to support them at this challenging time.
We have heard from WNN partners that other white label job board providers are aggressively pursuing them for quick technology transitions. However, Careerleaf is advising WNN partners not to panic, but to take quick actions to mitigate uncertainty. Here are the 4 areas, we recommend you concentrate on.
Founded in 1999, Monster.com was one of the earliest online job boards and remains notable for having stayed in the game this long. Randstad is a multinational recruiting and staffing company with 29,000 employees of their own.
Monster’s stock value has fluctuated in the past and has been in decline in recent years. The sale to Randstad has come in at a price far below their estimated value in previous years, which leads to three big questions about the deal.
What went wrong with Monster?
What does Randstad get out of the deal?
What does it mean for job boards that one of the earliest and oldest disappears?
The Simply Hired shutdown will impact those whose job sites are hosted by Simply Hired, and anyone using Simply Hired’s job widgets, API, and data feeds. Simply Hired staff also “face an uncertain future”, and many assume they will be laid off. It has since been reported through “a trusted source” that Recruit (Indeed’s parent company) has acquired Simply Hired.
The team here at Careerleaf is honoured to help customers make an impact in the personal lives of their job seekers and the businesses of their customers.
We’re sending out our warmest wishes to our extended community and hope the coming year brings peace and prosperity to all.
In the spirit of reflection, we’ve compiled a list of things that have happened this year — some of them are Big Deals, and some of them are silly things that make us smile. We hope you enjoy it! Thanks for making 2015 a fantastic year, and we can’t wait for what 2016 is going to bring.
Job Board Doctor (aka Jeff Dickey-Chasins) and Careerleaf have teamed up to add some fun to the lead up to the IAEWS Spring Congress on April 25-26, 2015 in San Diego, CA. (For more information on the Congress, please click here.)
Tell us the weirdest, strangest or funniest thing that has happened in the operation of your job board, and you could win a 16GB Ipad Mini 2 with WiFi.
Share your story with us to be entered into a draw for a 16GB Ipad Mini 2 with WiFi. The random draw will take place April 20th at 12pm and the winner announced at the IAEWS Spring Congress on April 26th.
The JobBoard Doctor’s favorite stories will be shared on his website in the coming weeks.
No weird or funny stories? Don’t worry you still can enter the contest – Just give us an idea for future article you’d be interested in reading about.
Careerleaf is proud to share the news that we are among the finalists nominated for the 2015 Onrec Online Recruiting Awards. Careerleaf is pleased to have been made a finalist in the category of Best Online Candidate Experience for a supplier, and for our very own Careerleaf employees, Roman Lyashov and Jon Gaulin, to have been nominated for Personality of the Year and Unsung Hero of the Year, respectively.
Careerleaf is pleased to announce the newly re-launched website of TeamCronos.com, featuring our award-winning job search technology and our online recruitment solutions. Cronos Consulting Group, is a specialized recruitment firm based in Canada, and is using Careerleaf’s beta Recruiter Platform.