Despite signs of a recovering tech job market, developers are less confident in their current roles and ability to find a new role, according to Coderpad. In addition, the survey found that about one quarter of tech recruiters will have more budget to recruit for technical roles in 2024 than last year. But unease in the job market persists, as 21% of developers say they felt less secure in their job, up from 17% last year. Despite the unease – or perhaps because of it, almost two-thirds of developers (59%) either recently switched jobs or are considering exploring new roles over the next year.

Bullhorn acquired Mployee, a Dutch provider of Salesforce-based solutions for recruitment agencies. By combining Mployee’s middle-office capabilities with Bullhorn’s front-office tools, the combination helps deliver an end-to-end, enterprise solution for Bullhorn customers who use Salesforce.

Recruiting and talent management company Censia unveiled AI-powered solutions including Generative AI Talent Search, Automatic Candidate Screening and Sourcing, and Targeted Search. The goal of the releases, the company said, is to streamline and enhance talent processes and help organizations to find qualified talent.

RecTech Media launched a job marketplace for HR technology professionals and vendors. offers curated job postings from throughout the industry, advanced search filters, company profiles and resources for candidates. Job seekers can use the site for free.

Textio announced that Kieran Snyder has stepped down as CEO and Jensen Harris, co-founder and chief experience officer, has been unanimously appointed as CEO by the board, effective immediately

Sarah Franklin, who had been Salesforce’s president and chief marketing officer, succeeded Jack Altman as the CEO of Lattice. Altman is now executive chairman.

By Gracie Wirick

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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