Google adds support for “Work at Home” jobs in their job search filters. According to a new blog post, Google is updating the jobs search to make finding these remote jobs easier by adding “work from home” to the location filter. Once enabled, all jobs with a remote option are listed, regardless of whether the job labels itself as “work from home,” “telecommute,” or any other variation. They have also added this functionality to their Talent Cloud solution.
CanadaHires.com a national site for the great white north has rebranded and relaunched on the Jobboard.io platform. Now that Workopolis is gone there may be an opening for an independent Canadian job board. CH was born in 2015.
Facebook to open up its job board to ATS vendors so employers can feed their jobs automatically. This move will certainly add a huge number of credible, professional listings to the social network alongside the thousands of small business jobs already being posted. Details here.
Appcast released a report recently that breaks down the metrics on how the major job boards do for each industry vertical. I took a quick screenshot of the top job boards and how they fare. Not surprising that Indeed leads the pack when it comes to the number of applies.
ISABLED, an online recruiting platform connects workers that identify as having a disability, with recruiters from leading companies who value inclusion and diversity in their workforce is launching a virtual job fair service. The ISABLED platform allows job seekers and recruiters to connect and chat in real-time, from anywhere, and from the comfort and convenience of their home or office.
“The ISABLED Virtual Career Fairs are a fun and easy way to connect recruiters and job seekers with disabilities. Instead of asking both sides to attend a job fair at a physical location, we bring the career fair to them. The ISABLED platform allows our employer partners to recruit nationwide in just a few hours, and job seekers have instant access to the very recruiters who are seeking to fill the open positions” Stated Kevin O’Brien, Managing Partner, ISABLED.
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