Monster Worldwide

Monster Management Fluktuation: Gutz wird vierter CEO in fünf Jahren

Die hohe Fluktuationsrate im Top-Management von Monster Worldwide setzt sich fort

Scott Gutz

Am 2. Juli 2018 ist es soweit. Scott Gutz wird neuer CEO bei Monster Worldwide in Weston (Mass., USA). Er ersetzt den bisherigen CEO Mark Stoever, der nur eine kurze Verweildauer von 18 Monaten in der Chef-Etage aufweisen konnte. Scott Gutz, bisheriger CEO des Travel-Technologie-Anbieter Amadeus ist damit der vierte CEO innerhalb von weniger als fünf Jahren.

Monster stellt Menschen und Matching in den Mittelpunkt

Chris Cho, Chief Product Officer, Monster Worldwide

Eine Reihe von Management-Änderungen bei Monster Worldwide sind Indikationen, dass sich in Monsters Headoffice in Weston einiges tut. Die neuen Führungskräfte unterziehen die Produkte und Services einer eingehenden Prüfung. Erste Ergebnisse: Monster stell wieder den Menschen in den Mittelpunkt. Lesen Sie die nachfolgende Pressemeldung dazu.

Monster Improves Job Search Experience with Changes to User Experience

WESTON, Mass., April 30, 2018 – Monster, a leading solution for connecting people and jobs, is reaffirming its commitment to advancing the lives of job seekers through meaningful enhancements and algorithm changes geared towards helping reduce the stress, anxiety, and time waste of job searching.

Google for Jobs: Holpriger Start

Gerhard Kenk
Gerhard Kenk

Von Gerhard Kenk, Crosswater Job Guide

Nach all den Ankündigungen und dem Hype über die neue digitale Disruption der Jobbörsen-Branche ist der heutige Start von Google for Jobs eher etwas holprig geraten. Zunächst ist Google for Jobs nur für den US-amerikanischen Jobmarkt verfügbar, doch einen ersten Eindruck kann man schon gewinnen. Und der erste Eindruck bietet ein Déjà Vu der besonderen Art, quasi ein digitales Kismet.

Zuckerjobs im Recruiting: Wird Facebook zum Herausforderer von LinkedIn?

Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook
Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook

Man kann nicht ruhigen Gewissens behaupten, dass die US-Recruiting-Szene langweilig ist: Die Übernahme von LinkedIn durch Microsoft hat überzeugend dargestellt, dass Recruiting-Plattformen einen enormen strategischen Wert haben. Die niederländischen Konzernstrategen von Randstad haben mit der Übernahme von Monster Worldwide endlich die „Braut, bei der sich keiner traut“ aus dem „window of opportunity“ geholt und beginnen nun, ihre Hausaufgaben zu machen, um Monster Worldwide wieder Leben einzuhauchen. In Deutschland wird berichtet, dass LinkedIn bei den Business Networks bald die Mitgliedszahlen von Platzhirsch Xing einholen und überholen könnte.

Monster Launches High-Performance Social Employer Branding Solution on Facebook and Instagram

Joe Budzienski
Joe Budzienski

New Monster Social Brand Ads uses proprietary ad targeting and automation to connect employers to potential candidates on leading social platforms

WESTON, Mass., Oct. 11, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Monster (NYSE: MWW), a global leader in connecting jobs and people, today announced the commercial availability of Monster Social Brand Ads, a high-performance employer branding solution that helps companies get in front of both active and passive talent beyond specific job ads using Monster’s proprietary targeting technology.

World of Work Studie von Monster zeigt: Hälfte der Millennials nicht selbstbewusst genug für Gehaltserhöhung

Thomas Zahay
Thomas Zahay

Internationale Umfrage analysiert die Millennials und bietet Hintergründe zu Ansprüchen und Vorstellungen der jungen Arbeitnehmer: Bedeutung des Gehalts, Work-Life-Balance, Attraktivitätskriterien bei Arbeitgebern.

Nach LinkedIn / Microsoft: Randstad übernimmt Monster Worldwide

Tim Yates
Tim Yates

Randstad To Acquire Monster Worldwide To Transform The Way People And Jobs Connect

  • Enhances Randstad’s Digital Human Resources Services Strategy
  • Monster to Operate as Separate and Independent Entity Under the Monster Name

Randstad Holding nv (AMS: RAND), a leading human resources services provider, and Monster Worldwide, Inc. (NYSE: MWW), a global leader in connecting jobs and people, today announced the signing of a definitive agreement under which Randstad will acquire Monster. Under the terms of the merger agreement, Randstad will pay $3.40 per share in cash, or a total purchase price of approximately $429 million (enterprise value).

Monster Unveils Employer Branding & Transparency Solutions

Mark Stoever
Mark Stoever

New offerings build on Monster and kununu joint venture to help employers improve brand awareness and reputation

Monster Worldwide, Inc. (NYSE: MWW), a global leader in connecting jobs and people, today announced the availability of a new and expanded set of employer brand and transparency capabilities, in conjunction with the U.S. launch of kununu, the leading platform for employer reviews in Europe. Monster and kununu announced the joint venture in February to bring much-needed greater employer transparency to the U.S. market.

Monster Acquires Jobr

Mark Stoever
Mark Stoever

Leading Mobile Job Discovery App to Enhance Monster’s Global Talent Platform for Connecting Jobs and People

WESTON, Mass., June 8, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Monster Worldwide, Inc. (NYSE: MWW), a global leader in connecting jobs and people, today announced that it has acquired Jobr, the leading mobile job discovery app.

„In just a few short years, Jobr has built a simple and consumer-friendly, mobile-first approach to connecting jobs and people. Bringing the Jobr app and team to Monster will enhance our leading global talent platform for job search, people search and related solutions across mobile channels,“ said Mark Stoever, President and Chief Operating Officer, Monster.  „Our company promise is to bring humanity and opportunity to the job market; adding the impressive Jobr team to the Monster family is another incremental step in delivering on this promise and bringing new opportunities to connect jobs and people to market.“

Monster and The Local Media Consortium Renew Alliance for Recruitment Services

Agreement Maintains Unrivaled Job Solutions Across Nationwide Network of Local Media Outlets

Monster (NYSE: MWW) and the Local Media Consortium (LMC) today announced the renewal of their alliance to distribute local recruitment content, job ads, career services and talent management solutions as pioneered by Monster through a growing nationwide alliance of leading local media outlets, including Cox Media Group, Digital First Media, Gatehouse Media, Journal Media Group, Lee Enterprises, and many others. The agreement, which represents 745 local papers and over 20 media companies, extends the original relationship forged in 2011 for an additional three years, and retains all current LMC/ Monster newspaper alliance partners.

Mark Stoever
Mark Stoever

„The significance of this agreement goes beyond the distribution of job ads across local media publications,“ said Mark Stoever, President and Chief Operating Officer at Monster. „Monster is working with the Local Media Consortium to provide a solution that helps these media outlets have compelling career content and offerings that allows them to compete with their national counterparts. As we further our mission, Monster’s work with local media outlets means helping create opportunity for all by connecting more people and jobs.“

Monster Uncovers the Busiest Day for Job Searching is the First Wednesday of the Year

Vicki Salemi
Vicki Salemi

The first „hump day“ after the holidays proves to be the #1 day for job seekers looking for new opportunities

Through the analysis of proprietary data, Monster Worldwide, Inc. (NYSE: MWW), a global leader in successfully connecting people and job opportunities, has discovered that with the start of the new year ushers in the busiest day of the year for job searching. Wednesday, January 6 is anticipated to be the top job search day of 2016. That’s based on 2014 and 2015 data showing that there were 70% more job searches on the first Wednesday of the year when compared to an average day on Monster that year.

Monster Announces Sale of Remaining Ownership Stake in South Korean Business

  • Tim Yates
    Tim Yates

    Sale Price of Approximately $85 Million, or 101 Billion South Korean Won

  • Unlocks Shareholder Value at Substantial Premium to Monster’s Current EBITDA Multiple
  • Sale Increases Company’s Liquidity and Provides Financial Flexibility
  • Transaction Expected to Close in October 2015

 

WESTON, Mass., Sept. 28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Monster Worldwide, Inc. (NYSE:MWW) announced today that it has entered into an agreement to sell its 50.01% ownership position in its South Korean operation, JobKorea, to H&Q Korea for approximately $85 million. The transaction is expected to close in October 2015. In December 2013, H&Q Korea acquired 49.99% of JobKorea from Monster and since that time the two companies have worked in partnership in managing the business. The sale of Monster’s remaining stake in the operation is consistent with Monster’s continued strategy of unlocking value and sharpening its focus on its core online recruitment platform.

Monster and Journal Media Group Announce Renewed Alliance for Job Search, Talent Management and Recruitment Services

Agreement Reestablishes Unrivaled Recruitment Products for the Greater Milwaukee Market

Monster (NYSE: MWW) and Milwaukee Journal Sentinel today announced a renewed alliance to offer local recruitment content, career services and talent management solutions as pioneered by Monster through the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Recruitment Team and JSOnline.com.

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Dani Longoria, Vice President of Advertising (Photo: Business Wire)

Thementag Candidate Experience auf der Zukunft Personal am 16. September 2015 in Köln

Ein Highlight im Jahr der Kandidaten

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Anfang 2015 haben Blogger aus dem Recruiting-Umfeld das „Jahr der Kandidaten“ ausgerufen, da der Arbeitsmarkt sich dreht: Aktuell erleben Personaler für dringend benötigte Fachkräfte einen Wandel der „Machtverhältnisse“. Arbeitgeber müssen Bewerbern im Recruitingprozess mehr Wertschätzung entgegenbringen.

Monster to Support Candidate Experience Awards for Fifth Consecutive Year

Elaine Orler
Elaine Orler

Long-Time Talent Board Supporter Continues Enabling Industry’s First Candidate Experience Recognition and Benchmarking Program

Talent Board, a non-profit organization focused on the promotion and data benchmark research of a quality candidate experience, today announced that Monster (NYSE: MWW), a global leader in connecting people to jobs, will support the 2015 Candidate Experience (CandE) Awards as a Global Program Underwriter.