Finding the right employees to grow your business is such a massive pain point that investors have pumped billions of dollars over the past decade into trying to alleviate this headache — $400 million in venture capital for recruiting and hiring technolog
One hundred percent of top employees will dump their employers for this — the chance to be more productive and happier in a different job. However, with current technologies, they don’t stand much chance of finding that.
Ben Baldwin is the co-founder of ClearFit, a business that matches people and employers. When he launched the company with Jamie Schneiderman in 2006, they realized there was a huge opportunity to help small and medium-sized businesses.
Improving employee performance is a rough and risky business. Sometimes an employee leaves before the company sees any return on training. Or, even if the employee stays, their performance can remain subpar in spite of the company’s efforts to elevate the
It's been said many times that Canada lacks marketing talent. We're building a massive marketing machine clearfit and need to hire a kick a** Marketing Director and VP Marketing http://t.co/Hla0ttgOxW. Are there any *great marketers* in Canada? Or will we have to hire from the US?
Toronto's ClearFit, a company that uses automated software and algorithms to bubble up the top applicants for employers looking for quality hires, today announced the close of a $7 million Series A round. The financing, led by Boston's GrandBanks...
ClearFit, an online service that uses patented data analysis to match prospective hires with new employers based on their experience, cultural fit and other measurable factors, announced on Thursday it has raised $7-million in Series A funding...