DHI Group, Inc. (NYSE: DHX) today announced that ClearanceJobs, the leading career marketplace for professionals with security clearances, has released Workflow, a product feature that allows recruiters to pre-program processes throughout the talent acquisition lifecycle, saving them time on typically tedious recruiting tasks. In the world of cleared candidate sourcing, time is money, and top candidates are here today – gone tomorrow. With competition for cleared talent at an all-time high, Workflow helps government contracting companies and agencies stay competitive and find success in one of their most difficult business challenges – quickly connecting with top talent.
Workflow allows recruiting teams to automate recruitment processes like connecting with potential candidates, sending introduction messages, or tagging candidates to a specific job opening, all without the recruiter lifting a finger. The same cutting-edge, intelligent automation that allows your mobile device to predict where you want to go next or set your home to the perfect temperature can now help recruiters find and land top talent.
A new job board which has been specifically designed to meet the needs of the Australian and New Zealand dealership industry will officially launch in July.
The first dealership-focused job board to be launched in the region, Dealerships Jobs will introduce a speciality job and careers site which caters exclusively to the retail and wholesale dealership sector.
Co-founder of Dealership Jobs, Tony Flynn, explained how “the concept was born when we noticed a significant need among both employers and job seekers working within the industry who were frustrated by the time being wasted on traditional generalist job boards. We saw job seekers struggling to find position listings which were relevant to their unique skill set, while dealerships were having to compete with mining companies and other irrelevant job listings to find candidates with the required skills.
Recruitment platform Tempo has secured €5.5 million in a Series A funding round led by the Adecco Group, a Fortune Global 500 company and leading HR solutions partner.
Tempo’s end-to-end platform uses technology to simplify the recruitment process, with machine learning used to match job seekers to potential employers and video interviews used for screening. Businesses using Tempo are able to cut their recruitment costs by 65%, while reducing the hiring process to a matter of days rather than weeks.
The Mom Project, the leading career destination for moms, announced a $25 million Series B funding round on July 2nd. Founded in 2016, The Mom Project features a community of more than 275,000 talented professionals and more than 2,000 companies. The startup previously raised $8 million in Series A funding in 2018.