Charu Malhotra – Talking Job Boards

CHARUphoto21Charu will be joining our client panel at The Job Board Summit 2014 – Europe in a week’s time. She is a highly experienced and respected recruiter, having worked at BP, Vodafone, Baker Hughes, Unilever and Smiths News Group, holding a wide range of leadership positions.

With this experience Charu brings great insights into the world of recruiting, sourcing, employer branding and social media, she kindly took the time to speak to Jobg8 about her take on Job Boards. Continue reading “Charu Malhotra – Talking Job Boards”

The Job Board Summit 2014 – Europe: The Workshops

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This year’s summit has continued to evolve with its agenda growing beyond what we’ve ever had before. Last year’s feedback included; more sessions on Europe, more time to debate and smaller sessions to drill down into subjects. So this year our day one workshops focus on exactly these issues and deliver smaller, more open sessions.

These sessions cover a range topics and in this blog we give a few insights on what to expect from each. Continue reading “The Job Board Summit 2014 – Europe: The Workshops”

Raimo Mäkilä – The Views of a CEO

RaimoMakilaAlma Media may not be a name that many of you will know or recognise but over the last 18 months this Finnish based media group have become one of the largest Job Board and Recruitment Solutions businesses in Europe.

A series of acquisitions including DMGT’s Jobs Boards in Czech, Slovakia, Croatia, Bosnia and Serbia, the acquisition of leading Baltic’s Job Board group CVOnLine and last year taking over, via a share swoop, Monster’s businesses in Poland, Czech and Hungary means Alma Media sit very much at the heart of recruiting in a wide and diverse region.

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Many of the boards are market leaders (Jobs.cz, Professia, CVO) but they face many of the same challenges as Job Boards in the U.S and Western Europe; LinkedIn, Indeed, new revenue models etc.

CEO Raimo Mäkilä shared some of his insights with us. Continue reading “Raimo Mäkilä – The Views of a CEO”