JobGet Adds Industry Vet to Exec Team
JobGet, the mobile app for hourly workers, announced that Dan Sapir has joined the company as General Manager of Enterprise.
Since announcing its Series B in June, JobGet has been busy hiring a superstar team to deliver on its vision of becoming the home of the hourly workforce. JobGet was born from the need to support an underserved population in growing their careers and financial well-being by connecting workers with nearby opportunities.
The most recent addition to the team is Dan Sapir, an industry expert with 15+ years of experience working at job sites like Indeed & SimplyHired. Most recently, Sapir was the General Manager of Global Business Strategy at Joveo, a leading programmatic agency working with clients including FedEx, Geico, Uber, and Randstad. He is one in a list of recent Executives hired by JobGet coming from brands such as ZipRecruiter, Indeed, LinkedIn & Headspace.
AtlasJobs Adds Salary and Career Path Tools
Los Angeles-based technology company Pod, announced today that their newly launched AtlasJobs talent engagement platform allows corporations to become compliant with the new pay range transparency laws that are taking effect across the US starting with Colorado, Nevada, Washington, California and New York City.
“The new salary laws are designed to promote greater transparency for candidates,” said Sharon Daley, former Head of Talent Acquisition, GE. “While some corporations are struggling to navigate the new laws, we are also seeing corporations embrace the concept and move forward with additional transparency into company culture and career opportunities.
“It was our innovative customers who wanted to provide this higher level of information for their candidates and employees,” said Dr. Jo Webber, CEO of Pod. “By showcasing company culture, salary ranges, upskilling opportunities and career pathways, corporations can position themselves as employers of choice in a crowded market.”
AngelList Talent Rebrands
After a decade building under the AngelList umbrella, AngelList Talent is officially branching out on its own, under a new name.
“As Wellfound, we’ll be doubling down on what we what we love to do most: helping the startup world find what’s next. Our friends over at AngelList Venture will continue on as AngelList. You’ll start to see some updates over the coming weeks. But — it’s so much more than a name change. While you can still access angel.co until March 2023, check out wellfound.com to learn more about what’s ahead for us.”
eFinancial Careers Has a New Look
The finance job board has changed their logo and developed a new brand identity all with the aim of supporting our customers in finding their next hire.
They have also improved their news experience to make it easier for you to access content that provides you with the insider view of exactly what is going on in the financial services and tech industry.