Beamery announced additions to its product suite that are meant to help companies personalize the experience candidates encounter during the hiring process. The new features include a candidate portal as well as a preference center, enhanced campaign editor and an AI-powered browser extension.
Phenom announced the expansion of its partnership with UKG to include certifications for Job Sync and Hosted Apply. The companies hope this will improve candidate experience by creating a better application process, while adding automation to reduce manual tasks and improve recruiter efficiency. The goal for the expansion is to help organizations to accelerate time to hire and attract top talent.
Fountain, an ATS for high volume hiring, announced recruiter tools that help with scheduling and interviewing. The update to the Fountain platform supports scheduling for in-person and virtual interviews, making it quick and easy for candidates to book time on recruiters’ calendars.
Interview intelligence platform BrightHire announced a partnership with enterprise hiring platform SmartRecruiters. With this, talent acquisition teams can leverage BrightHire’s SmartRecruiters ATS integration and the SmartRecruiters marketplace to aid the quality of their hiring, avoid costly mis-hires and reduce bias.
Shyft Careers, a technology-focused hiring and recruitment agency, unveiled its Shyft dashboard and website. The offering aims to help growing businesses fill their open positions while reducing time-to-hire. According to the company, the dashboard uses a “deconstructed” hiring model to find candidates that fit an organization’s open positions.
UKG expanded into Uruguay to engage new talent to develop technology products for its customers. This comes after the company acquired a competitor, Ascentis Corporation, which had operations and employees in Uruguay.
Recruiting startup Hunt Club announced their $40 million Series B round co-led by WestCap and Sator Grove. The investment round follows Hunt Club’s $10 million Series A financing in October 2021. According to the company, this funding will allow for the company’s national expansion as well as technology platform enhancements.
Greenhouse announced multiple additions to its team. The company hired Jung-Kyu McCann as its first chief legal officer, Kristina Salen as its chief financial officer, and appointed Emily Rollins as a board member.
Gracie Wirick is a writer and editor at RecruitingDaily and the HCM Technology report. A Purdue graduate with degrees in Professional Writing and Communication. She is a lover of classics and literature with an unfortunate penchant for the Oxford comma.
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