Jobvite is once again honored to be recognized for our rapid and continued growth. This time, the distinction comes from the San Francisco Business Times, which released yesterday evening its annual list of the top 100 Fastest Growing Private Companies in the Bay Area—or, as they call it, the Fast 100. Jobvite ranked #64, demonstrating 125.4% growth from 2011-2013.
Every day we see more eyes of passers-by lowered to smart phone screens. Whatever your personal philosophy is on the mobile device addiction, you can’t deny that it’s the herald for social change. Good or bad, the show must go on. In the field of staffing, many are asking themselves, “Is the trend toward mobile recruiting and job searching here to stay?”
Trying to schedule candidate interviewers can be a nightmare, but with Jobvite’s Smart Scheduler it doesn’t have to be. If you have either Google Calendar or are using our Outlook API then you can save countless hours sifting through a multitude of options. Thus, saving valuable time for those involved in the scheduling process.
We’re excited to announce that Jobvite has received a $25 million investment from New York-based Catalyst Investors. This is one of the biggest rounds of funding the recruiting space has seen in quite some time, and it represents a tremendous vote of confidence in the future of our company. Catalyst joins our existing investors—CMEA, ATA Ventures and Trident Capital—in helping ensure Jobvite’s ability to spur continued innovation, grow our product capabilities and expand globally.
According to Jobvite data, large corporations such as Microsoft, Apple, and Cisco have lost a significant number of workers to fast-growing start-ups like Dropbox, AirBnB, and Yelp. Jobvite CTO Adam Hyder attributes this exodus as a result of corporations finding it more difficult to create a “startup culture” and create challenging work for their employees. So what does startup culture mean to a millennial?
Jobvite helped ShoreTel modernize its recruiting approach dramatically. By incorporating social media functionality, streamlining the hiring workflow, and simplifying the applicant tracking process, Jobvite Hire has helped ShoreTel become better positioned to target top talent while improving communication and cost efficiency. Want proof? ShoreTel has seen a 35% increase in referral hires since implementing Jobvite Hire—and that’s just the beginning.
LinkedIn recently asked 18,000 professionals the most important factor for them when picking a new employer. 56% said the the company’s reputation as a great place to work was the deciding factor. Employer Brand International’s 2014 survey found that 35% of companies believed that a strong employer brand eased their hiring, reduced recruiting costs (34%), and increased employee engagement (32%). By virtually every metric, employer branding is a crucial part of every organization.
Big data, in the sense of tailored and objective analytics, is used at both ends of the hiring funnel. While it has traditionally crept up within organizations in the way of staffing analysis and corporate structuring, applying it to the actual hiring process is a fairly new and innovative concept. Applying an analytical approach to recruiting results in higher candidate quality and better hiring processes – saving everyone time and making great connections.
Do you know what your dream hires want? We partnered with The Talent Board to find out what they want and where to find them. The recent survey of 95,000 job candidates gave us insight into what candidates find useful when looking at employment content and how to avoid negative feedback on the application process.
You’ve heard time and time again about the elusive ‘passive candidate.’ What makes them so special? Why should you take your time to persuade a happy employee to come work for your organization when you have hundreds of applicants sending you their resumes, begging for a job?
Forced registration is a feature of the past; it’s rendered unnecessary with the invention of social sign-in capabilities with sites such as LinkedIn and Facebook. This option allows candidates to sign in to view past applications by signing into their social accounts in one click, if they are already logged in on their browser. Another great timesaving feature that 36% of companies offer as part of their application process is LinkedIn parsing, which auto-fills the application for the candidate. The other 64% of companies are missing out on the busy applicants that don’t want to take the better part of an hour applying for a position.
A few weeks ago, we shared with you our new Jobvite Mobility Study, which details the primary characteristics of both high and low mobility employees. Our new infographic is the…
I’m thrilled to announce that, for the second year in a row, Jobvite has been recognized as one of America’s fastest growing private companies. In fact, we ranked in the…
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This week, I am honored to be attending and speaking at Fortune Brainstorm TECH in beautiful Aspen, Colorado. This influential three-day event draws together CEOs and other high-impact executives from…