In an effort to make it easy for startups to find talent for their requirements, Monster India, one of the well-known jobs listings portals, announced the launch of a central hub to connect jobs seekers with startups, investors, incubators and mentors on the same platform.
Monster and the Local Media Consortium (LMC) have renewed their alliance for another three years. The agreement allows Monster to distribute its recruitment content to 745 participating local papers and 20 media companies.
Monster.ie has launched its new ‘Become a Monster’ radio and digital campaign which will reach 2.7 million people in The Republic of Ireland.
Monster.com, the U.S. job platform of Monster Worldwide, and Xing.com entered into a joint venture for the U.S. market.
The National Careers Service project of the Ministry of Labour of Government of India will sign a memorandum of understanding with QuikrJobs and MonsterJobs to form a joint effort to provide employment services to the public.
Europe’s classified industry is responding to the refugee challenge with creative initiatives.
LMC, a subsidary of Alma Career Oy, acquired Jobote.com, a start-up with referral hiring software in the Czech Republic.
The revenue from online classified ads in France has tripled in the last ten years and is expected to reach €1 billion in 2015.
Seeking Alpha has published a 2,000-word analysis of Monster Worldwide to help investors deciding whether the recruitment classified leader is a good buy or not. Analyst Jeremy Raper describes Monster as being perceived as “an obsolescing, impaired business by a pessimistic street community fixated on the mistakes of the past. [But] in reality, the company’s horrid legacy strategy (growth by acqui