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    Platform to recruit

    Manchester tech and service agency Venn has recently launched their new recruitment SaaS platform Vennture. The new Vennture platform will power Venn’s suite of...

    Work Out for Ceridian

    Ceridian has announced that PureGym has selected Dayforce, Ceridian’s global HCM platform, to support its rapidly expanding operations and improve employee engagement. Dayforce will...

    Bullhorn acquires Sirenum

    Bullhorn has announced that it has acquired Sirenum, a provider of shift scheduling and workforce management solutions for enterprise staffing companies on Salesforce. This...

    CV-Library Partnership

    CV-Library has announced that it will be extending its partnership with multi award-winning recruitment software business Firefish. Firefish already benefits from CV-Library's job posting integration,...

    Right to Disconnect

    Just Ask Max, a new digital wellbeing service, has been launched to lead the response in helping to improve the ‘digital health’ of employees. The platform believes the UK is poised to be next in adopting the new ‘Right to Disconnect’ regulation sweeping across the Europe, and says digital health is quickly emerging as the fourth segment of employee wellbeing, adding to financial, physical and emotional wellbeing.

    Ready to be paid

    E-current account provider Unizest has launched in the UK with support from Mastercard, Railsbank, Association of Labour Providers (ALP), and several international recruiters. Unizest’s is aiming to go beyond the traditional fintech solutions and help solve the long term problem facing UK recruitment agencies when arranging payment for overseas workers.

    Automate your workforce

    The impact of Covid-19 globally has proved to business owners the importance of technology, reshaping entire industries to cater for remote working and the growth of the gig-economy. It is no longer an option to ignore the changes happening all around you and adapting to a more technology-led way of operating is imperative.

    Sense grows

    Sense, makers of an AI-driven talent engagement and communication platform solutions for recruiting, have announced $16 million in Series C funding. Bringing the total funding amount to $40 million to date, this latest round will accelerate innovation and development of the company’s AI-powered talent communication and engagement suite. Key investors in this round include Avataar Venture Partners with additional participation from previous investors including Accel and GV.

    Hospitality Demand

    At a time when hospitality is suffering its worst staffing crisis in living memory, tech startup Limber believes ‘surge pricing’ for staff can help the industry get back on its feet following Covid-19.

    AI Psychometrics Push

    AI recruitment firm, AssessFirst, has teamed up with leading Midlands based brand agency Champions (UK) plc to accelerate the introduction of advanced psychometrics to UK companies recruiting and managing workforces. Founded in 2002 with more than 3,500 clients worldwide, including Coca Cola and Puma, AssessFirst say they want to reinvent the way in which companies and recruiters hire staff in the UK.

    Engagement and efficiency

    Access Recruitment has launched its new worker mobile app, Access WorkView. With skills shortages prevalent in many sectors such as education, logistics and healthcare, Access WorkView has been created for recruitment companies to help them retain their existing temporary workers through better candidate engagement.

    Web wise

    Encore Personnel has launched an innovative new website to support job seekers in finding their perfect role quickly, as unemployment figures continue to rise. The company, which has just reported a record turnover during its busiest year to date, operates 22 managed services sites and supplies more than 3,500 temporary staff per week to businesses across the region.

    Online Solution Grows

    Smart Recruit Online who have created a software platform that helps businesses optimise online recruitment has raised £630,000 to support its growth plans. The funding has come from the MEIF Proof of Concept & Early Stage Fund, which is managed by Mercia and part of the Midlands Engine Investment Fund (MEIF), and private investors.

    Post-pandemic hiring view

    PitchMe, the global tech-driven, skills-based talent marketplace, has announces key corporate momentum figures, including year-over-year company growth increasing by 5 times from 2020 to 2021. An AI-powered candidate profiling and hiring solution, PitchMe in an AI powered candidate profiling and hiring solution which uses sophisticated machine learning technology to make hiring smarter and free from bias using its matching algorithm to connect candidates with the right employment opportunities as well as identifying key upskilling opportunities.

    Zenjob expands

    Zenjob (www.zenjob.com) an online platform for side jobs in Germany, has officially launched its service in the Netherlands. This is the very first international expansion for Zenjob, with more countries to follow in the near future. Zenjob distinguishes itself by offering flexible last-minute jobs as well as long term side jobs and guaranteeing fast payout. After a successful pilot in Amsterdam, Zenjob is now active in The Hague, Groningen, Haarlem, Leiden, Nijmegen, Rotterdam, Tilburg and Utrecht. Zenjob will be available in more Dutch cities in the coming months. In Germany, Zenjob offers its service in 35 cities so far.

    PitchMe Integrates

    The skills-based talent marketplace PitchMe has announced its integration of the PitchMe for Recruiters SaaS product, with leading applicant tracking system, Bullhorn. The integration means that recruiters and hiring professionals using Bullhorn can now update candidate profiles with up-to-date employment and education history, skills and experience in a matter of seconds using PitchMe’s highly accurate, AI-powered candidate profiling solution.

    Getting Real

    Realday, a leading workforce management platform in the staffing and recruitment industry, has today announced the launch of their next-generation interface and user app. The announcement of the UI overhaul follows a 12-month dedicated drive to improve their product offering by adapting it to the specific needs and wants of both their clients and the market.

    Zoho’s next step

    Zoho Corporation has announced a new version of its expense reporting software, Zoho Expense. The update includes advanced capabilities to help mid-market businesses bring about efficiency in its T&E process, and control costs while recovering from the effects of Covid-19. With the new version of Zoho Expense, businesses can seamlessly manage their travel, gain more visibility and control of their company's global spend from a single place.

    PitchMe Integrates

    The skills-based talent marketplace PitchMe has announced its integration of the PitchMe for Recruiters SaaS product, with leading applicant tracking system, Bullhorn. The integration means that recruiters and hiring professionals using Bullhorn can now up-date candidate profiles with up-to-date employment and education history, skills and expe-rience in a matter of seconds using PitchMe’s highly accurate, AI-powered candidate profil-ing solution.

    Zenjob expands

    Zenjob (www.zenjob.com) an online platform for side jobs in Germany, has officially launched its service in the Netherlands. This is the very first international expansion for Zenjob, with more countries to follow in the near future. Zenjob distinguishes itself by offer-ing flexible last-minute jobs as well as long term side jobs and guaranteeing fast payout. After a successful pilot in Amsterdam, Zenjob is now active in The Hague, Groningen, Haarlem, Leiden, Nijmegen, Rotterdam, Tilburg and Utrecht. Zenjob will be available in more Dutch cities in the coming months. In Germany, Zenjob offers its service in 35 cities so far.

    Engagement and efficiency

    Access Recruitment has launched its new worker mobile app, Access WorkView. With skills shortages prevalent in many sectors such as education, logistics and healthcare, Access WorkView has been created for recruitment companies to help them retain their existing temporary workers through better candidate engagement.

    Describe This

    PitchMe, the skills-based talent marketplace, has announced the launch of its latest free product, the Job Description Generator. This solution is designed to help recruiters and hir-ing managers save time writing job descriptions by using artificial intelligence (AI) to create accurate, automated professional job descriptions in just three minutes.

    Tech for talent

    Resource Solutions has announced the launch of Accelerate, a new technology enabled Employed Consultant service developed in partnership with Infinity Global.io. Accelerate responsibly develops future ready talent to match clients’ requirements for skilled non-permanent workers whilst facilitating diverse hiring and social mobility.

    SkillValue launch

    As technology is evolving at an extremely fast pace and cycles of innovation shorten, com-panies need to stay ahead of the curve and work with highly qualified tech talents. Training IT staff every three years isn’t an option anymore and the shortage of skilled candidates in the market impacts the increasing number of tech projects on the way. To help companies overcome these challenges, SkillValue has developed an assessment platform to enable them to evaluate their (future) back-end, front-end, mobile, devops and data developers as well as other related tech profiles like scrum masters, product owners and even CTOs.
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