Mid-May, Monster presented their new product and services strategy (here described in German, on ERE in English). As of July 1st, they have started to launch their new portfolio, and they have a new logo! Very interesting: the TalentCRM, where...Read more...
Monster Worldwide have been looking for a potential buyer for quite some time. Negotiations came to nothing. Rumors arose and died away. Nothing happened. Monster remained on the market, no groom for the staying bride. All along I have been...Read more...
The new Monster is taking more and more shape in Germany: last Monday I received a press release saying that the CAN (Career Ad Network) has been activated for Germany after having been launched in the US, Canada, the Netherlands and France before....Read more...
The whole story started, when I promised our Monster Customer Service to send them one of my Online-Recruiting.net mugs to thank them for a special favour. I showed them what this mug looked like (photo here) and they were also amazed by the little...Read more...
As promised in last time’s quiz post, I will not only give the name of the winner (Thomas Luk from MyjobNextdoor - Congrats!) but also a little anecdote about the site I had been looking for. JobKorea had been acquired in October 2005 by Monster...Read more...
More on this on Geoff Jennings Australian Online Recruitment Blog.Read more...
At the beginning ot this week, I had been writing a little article (on my German blog version) about Monster's new clothes in 2009 but I hadn't posted their video! Actually I found it thanks ot my colleague Isabelle who has been faster than me this...Read more...
I can’t believe what Monster is doing in order to get some last-minute cash. Allegedly, due to the bad economic situation, they are reducing job posting prices by 50 per cent. This “special” offer will be valid until the end of the year. Read more...Read more...