iHire is beefing up its recruitment services. They are helping employer source and shortlist candidates.
iHire’s Recruitment Services team personalizes the hiring process for each client and serves as a trusted partner, meeting with employers on a weekly basis throughout their engagement. All job openings are advertised on iHire’s platform and with other industry partners for an extra-wide reach. iHire’s team also actively sources passive candidates from its extensive resume database and other sources, and even helps clients make their final decision on whom to hire.
To learn more about iHire’s Recruitment Services and book a free consultation, visit https://www.iHire.com/RecruitmentServices.
London based SkillReactor unveiled its new proprietary platform with “powerful” new features, including a Skills Portfolio, Automated Code Reviews, Career Hub, and a comprehensive Learning Library.
“As the job market rapidly evolves due to AI, accessing information has become easier. However, gaining hands-on skills in cutting-edge technologies and proving your proficiency in these areas remains a challenge.” said Asim Shaikh, Founder of SkillReactor. “Our mission is to equip software engineers with the essential skills they need to excel in the industry. And with our new platform, we’re confident that we can unlock even more opportunities for software developers worldwide.“
The platform offers a holistic project-driven learning experience, immersing users in real-world projects that span both front-end and back-end technology stacks, while the Automated Code Review functionality serves as an invaluable learning resource throughout the building process. The Learning Library adds resources tailored around the projects to aid developers throughout their project journeys.
Complementing this is a standout feature: the Verified Skills Portfolio. These portfolios, verified by SkillReactor, empower developers to confidently showcase their expertise to prospective employers and freelance clients alike.
To complete the learner’s journey, the Career Hub provides comprehensive learning pathways designed to enhance personal brand and visibility in a crowded market. Coupled with a dynamic job board, the platform bridges the gap between learning and professional advancement, connecting learners with a wide array of global opportunities.
Samson, a dedicated SkillReactor user attested, “The more I interacted with SkillReactor projects, the more proficient I became. With my experience gained here, building a company’s project seemed easy for me. I was able to solve challenges out of experience on SkillReactor projects and deliver in less than 2 weeks.“
Salesforce partner companies now have access to the Trailblazer Career Marketplace, a job site connected to Salesforce’s Trailhead learning platform, the company announced Thursday.
In the marketplace, job seekers can turn on “career mode” to showcase their Trailblazer profile, which shows relevant Salesforce experience as well as work history, skills and credentials earned. Job seekers can then filter and search companies in the Salesforce ecosystem.
Only Salesforce partner employers can access the marketplace.