Here’s the latest headlines from the job board world. The funding train continues to chug along. I’ll be chatting with an HR tech analyst soon about job board funding so stay tuned for that video.
DiversityJobs.com Names Top Employers for 2020
Dallas, TX, February 16, 2020 — DiversityJobs.com, a job board that gives job seekers free access to career resources and jobs from diversity-friendly employers, recently published its Top Employers for 2020. The award honors organizations in all industries who have shown outstanding dedication and commitment to building a diverse workforce and culture.
If you are looking for a new career with an employer who values diversity and inclusion in the workplace, look no further than DiversityJobs.com Top Employers.
InstantTeams Raises $1.5 Million for Remote Work Platform
Instant Teams, a remote workforce supplier and management platform, announced today a $1.5M round of financing led by Squadra Ventures. The investment will be used to fund the continued expansion of the Instant Teams supplied remote team members in corporate customer success, marketing, technology, and administrative functions and for further development of its proprietary remote workforce management platform.
UK-based Udrafter Crowdfunds USD $386K for Student Job Board
UK-based Udrafter is the latest job board marketplace to focus on connecting students and graduates with projects and jobs. The company raised USD $386K via crowdfunding and lists several startup competition financial rewards and angel investments prior.
Video Job Board goldi.com integrates with Jobadder
goldi.com is a video job board. Recruiters can record job descriptions of open roles and who they’re looking for. Job seekers can respond by talking about their experience and interest in the role by uploading their own video.
They recently integrated with ATS company Jobadder.
AU Backpacker Job Board Provides Disaster Relief
Backpacker Job Board, Australia’s leading employment marketplace for backpackers, has announced a new service designed to help bushfire hit communities find the help they need to rebuild.
Today the Federal Government announced that it will allow backpackers to undertake both paid and volunteer disaster recovery work in bushfire affected areas, and that this work will count towards the “specified work” needed to extend the 417 and 462 working holiday visas for a second or third year.
On the back of this news, Backpacker Job Board will offer a free service that will connect willing backpackers with bushfire-affected communities. Visitors will find this under a new Disaster Relief category at Backpacker Job Board.