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Very interesting:

RegionsJob, a French collection of regional and niche job verticals owned by Télégramme Group, has bought a semantic job search engine JobiJoba.

http://dlvr.it/Qc4Tbn

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Stefan schreibt zu Google for Jobs, und weshalb sich HR deswegen keinen Kopf machen sollte. Ich habe dazu eine andere Meinung, aber der Beitrag sollte zur eigenen Meinungsbildung auf jeden Fall gelesen werden:

http://dlvr.it/QbwD1b

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Interessante Sache und super Idee! Unbedingt lesen und nachmachen, auch wenn es für Viele einiges an Mehraufwand fordern wird. Aber einmal ordentlich nachgedacht, spart man doch eine Menge Zeit in der Zukunft! Mehr bei Jo Diercks im Blog:

Design Thinking im Recruiting: Der ThinkHeads Recruiting Canvas unter der Lupe http://dlvr.it/Qbr2lY

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Coming even closer to Europe (after having launched for Spain already):

Google for Jobs launches in the UK today!

Jobboards watch out!

http://dlvr.it/QbpTkG

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More money for more HR Tech startups:

Goodwall, a US-focused student and graduate professional network which aims to connect young people with college and employment opportunities, has closed a $10.8 million Series A funding raise.

The round was led by Randstad Innovation Fund, a strategic corporate VC fund that focuses on recruitment, and Swiss private equity firm Manixer. Additional investors include Francis Clivaz, Zurich Cantonal Bank and Verve Capital Partners.

The 2014 founded startup says it will be using the new funding to grow the professional network, which has a core demographic of 14-24 year-olds, and more than one million members at this stage.

http://dlvr.it/QbXM9B

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And now CodeFights is CodeSignal. If you don’t know CodeFights, the site launched back in 2014 as a platform for developers to compete in coding competitions. Think Thunderdome for geeks.

These “code battles” were a three-minute virtual face-off competition to determine which person could more quickly and accurately debug existing code. Players can either choose to race against the clock, or let CodeFights automatically match them with other online players to complete the challenge head-to-head.

http://dlvr.it/QbJxLf

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