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Say hello to the new Hire, a smarter, faster way to recruit, by Google

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Recruiters tell us Hire has fundamentally improved how they work, with less context switching between apps. In fact, when we measured user activity, we found Hire reduced time spent completing common recruiting tasks—like reviewing applications or scheduling interviews—by up to 84 percent. But we wanted to do more. The result is our latest release of Hire. By incorporating Google AI, Hire now reduces repetitive, time-consuming tasks, into one-click interactions. This means hiring teams can spend less time with logistics and more time connect... Read More »

Groupe Renault strengthens recruitment of skills of the future in France


This update provides for the acceleration of the company’s skills development throughout the Group to support the targets of the Drive the Future plan. “We are building on the CAP 2020 agreement and leveraging constructive labour-management dialogue to address the challenges of tomorrow’s car industry. Together with our trade union partners, we have made a commitment to strengthen the Group’s skills in France which will contribute to achieving the targets of the Drive the Future plan,” commented Tristan Lormeau, Human Resources Director for Fr... Read More »

Recruiting gets easier with candidate discovery in Hire by Google

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Candidate discovery is an intuitive search capability that gives recruiters a head start by helping them quickly create a short list of past candidates who are a fit for new positions. This saves recruiters time, because they can now easily identify and re-engage known candidates instead of spending time trying to find new ones. With this new candidate discovery functionality, recruiters and hiring managers can now: Find qualified candidates immediately upon opening a job. The first step in filling a role should be checking who you alrea... Read More »

AT Internet invests in recruitment to support its innovation-focused R&D strategy


Recruitment momentum: reaching the milestone of 200 employees Recruitment has strongly accelerated in recent months at AT Internet. In 2014, more than 55 work contracts were signed, with nearly 15 additional contracts still expected before the year’s end. Prospects are equally ambitious for next year. In 2014, AT Internet also structured its teams by widely adopting agile methods (Scrum methodology) to concentrate efforts on continued improvement of its solution. The company’s HR is now focusing its approach on R&D development enginee... Read More »

SSE Airtricity staff shortlisted for UK National Contact Centre Awards

SSE Airtricity Gas NI’s Christina Martindale and Madeline Saggers have both been shortlisted for awards. Christina has been put forward for UK Customer Service Manager of the Year and Madeline has been nominated in the category of UK Team Leader of the Year. The UK National Contact Centre Awards have been running for almost 20 years, recognising individuals who help their call centres to provide outstanding service. The awards have an excellent reputation within the industry for their extremely high standards. Finalists are decided throug... Read More »

Prudential Financial again ranks among the top 10 on DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity


“Prudential views diversity and inclusion as an important area of focus among our employees, in the marketplace and in the communities where we live and work,” Prudential’s chairman and CEO John Strangfeld told DiversityInc. “Our talented and diverse employee base provides a competitive advantage and enables us to help our customers solve financial challenges today and for future generations to come.” DiversityInc recognized Prudential for its strong diversity management practices, including metrics reporting and impact from the company’s si... Read More »

Statoil awards contracts for support services within HR


The number of full time positions in Statoil in Norway that will be affected is 69, in addition to 10 positions internationally. Around 2/3 of affected employees will be offered employment with the new vendors, either through transfer of undertakings or offer of employment. Increased use of outsourcing to external vendors is aimed at strengthening Statoil’s competitiveness. Previously in 2014 the decision was made to outsource services within IT, facility management and finance & control. The transfer of these services to new supplier... Read More »

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