Ceipal launched an advanced and comprehensive package of features designed to automate the entire talent acquisition lifecycle. The company said staffing organizations with five to ten recruiters can gain unlimited access to its advanced automation capabilities including key ATS features, AI for recruiting, text recruiting, business intelligence and reporting and advanced CRM tools in a single bundle.

Skills intelligence platform Glider AI closed $10 million in Series A funding from Primera Capital and other industry leaders. The company said it will use the funds to continue its expansion in contingent programs and permanent hiring, further development of proprietary technology and grow its global team.

Hireology rolled out a new integration with Indeed, further expanding the companies’ partnership. The integration will allow Hireology customers to drive more relevant job applicants from Indeed, the company said. With it, all new or updated external jobs created in Hireology will be sent directly to Indeed via an XML feed, ensuring that an employer’s up-to-date job content is automatically available in Indeed’s free search results.

Interview company Karat acquired Triplebyte’s technical assessment product and its team. The acquisition adds a top-of-funnel, skills-based assessment to Karat’s suite of Interviewing Cloud offerings, helping organizations identify and hire technology professionals more quickly, more accurately and fairly. Triplebyte’s sourcing business, Magnet, and its candidate talent network will wind down effective March 31. Karat will anonymize the underlying data for analytics purposes.

Tundra, a direct source curation provider, and integrated workforce management platform provider Magnit said they’re to create what they say will be the world’s most scalable direct sourcing solution. Through their partnership, Tundra and Magnit will provide a total talent solution that streamlines the contractor experience, without the need for alternative channels.

Recruiting still holds promise for 2023 despite layoffs and cost-cutting by companies, according to a recent report by Gem. The 2023 Recruiting Trends report found that 24% of recruiting organizations saw reductions in force in the last half of 2022—but 33% of smaller organizations and 54% of larger organizations saw recruiting team growth. In fact, 75% of talent acquisition professionals at smaller organizations and 70% at larger organizations said that they expect the headcount at their companies to increase in 2023.

By Mark Feffer

Mark Feffer is executive editor of RecruitingDaily and the HCM Technology Report. He’s written for TechTarget, HR Magazine, SHRM, Dice Insights, TLNT.com and TalentCulture, as well as Dow Jones, Bloomberg and Staffing Industry Analysts. He likes schnauzers, sailing and Kentucky-distilled beverages.


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