Here’s a taste of a few recent new companies and other moves, from assessments to job-posting technology to screening tools, to job sites for recruiting veterans, young adults, and more.
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- New out of Australia is Zimm, for job-seekers to manage their searches.
- And from Canada, you may not know of the recently honored company Qwalify, among other things a screening tool.
- Over in South Africa, a new employee-referral bounty program.
- You may not have yet heard of HireFuel. Its technology posts jobs, spreads them on social media, and will also handle referrals.
- Intern Sushi expanded from only serving some major markets, to allowing postings from all over the U.S. It has also expanded the industries it’s focusing on, to include finance, politics, hospitality, architecture, nonprofit & consumer goods, in addition to what it was doing — advertising/PR, TV, film, fashion, sports, publishing, art, music, theatre, as well as web and technology.
- SHL wants its assessments embedded into RPOs.
- Meetup has a new feature that could be useful for recruiters.
- Jobsite.com is launching in beta in the United States. It “combines job board functionality, a scraping engine, world-class semantic matching technology, an email marketing system, and e-commerce functionalities.” The parent company of Jobsite also owns Broadbean.
- There’s a “LinkedIn for the military.”
- And a new community for young adults.