Google has made aggressive strides into jobs, with three products - Google Search for Jobs, Cloud Job Discovery and Google Hire - positioning the search behemoth as the company to watch in recruitment advertising. Facebook's job tools, launched little more than a year ago, continue to evolve. Facebook users can now create work histories, resumes or CVs, really, that can be shared privately by job-seekers.
This is one of the major themes of this year's Recruitment Advertising Annual.
In company highlights we look at major websites reshaping recruitment advertising. Will Indeed triple its revenue, as targeted, and remain the world's dominant recruitment ad company? Can LinkedIn keep expanding and growing as a Microsoft subsidiary? Is Seek well-positioned to expand in China, the most populous job market in the world?
Key Topics Covered:
Executive Summary: Facebook, Google make inroads into jobs
- Facebook: How the giant is changing recruitment advertising
- Google makes major moves in recruitment
- Indeed: Raw ambition with precision tech
- InfoJobs: Consolidating leadership in Spain
- LinkedIn targets data, video and talent pools
- Tech is key to Seek's international growth
- StepStone builds out e-recruiting platform
- How major horizontals are making inroads into jobs
- A tragedy and 58.com reshape the Chinese recruitment market
- GDPR: What's the impact on classifieds?
- The future is about jobs finding candidates
- How to sell tech to conservative companies
- Start rethinking the candidate journey
- AI/ML: Powering intelligent job matching
- Blockchain: Disrupting business models
- Chatbots: The one-stop-shop for candidates?
- Payments: Adding value to the gig economy
- Predictive analytics: Nascent but influential
- Voice search: The next big technology trend's
New products and tech: Global round-up
Top recruitment ad sites/apps by country
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