Posts Tagged ‘Jobvite News’

Jobvite is Moving!

For the past 4 1/2 years, Jobvite has called Burlingame our home base. I personally have many great memories of our time there—games with coworkers, lunches out, brainstorming sessions that resulted in some really innovative ideas for the company. A person can get tied to a place after a while. But, as many homeowners can ...

Jobvite Named to the 2013 Deloitte Fast 500

Earlier today, Deloitte announced The 2013 Technology Fast 500 Rankings.  For those of you not familiar with it, The Technology Fast 500 is an annual ranking highlighting “the fastest growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences, and clean technology companies in North America”.   This year, Jobvite is proud to have made the list for the first ...

The 2013 Social Recruiting Survey Results Are Here!

It’s that time of year again… our sixth annual Social Recruiting Survey results are in! If you’re not familiar with our survey, here’s a quick summary: Using email and a variety of social networks, we invite recruiters and HR personnel to share their experiences with us regarding their use of social media in the hiring ...

Jobvite Cares

07.25.2013 · Posted in Jobvite News, Perspectives

At Jobvite, we have a set of values that guide absolutely everything we do—from our personal interactions and customer support to our product development and innovation. Our #1 value is Customers Matter Most. More than our products. More than our financials. Our entire company understands that without the success of our customers, we have nothing. ...

Infographic: You Are Here, But You’re On The Move

Plenty of applicant tracking systems (ATS) claim to get you from point A to point B, but they focus too heavily on features instead of function.  In the real world, features mean very little if they’re not usable.  Whether you’re a candidate, a recruiter, or a hiring manager, you need technology that lets you focus ...

The 2012 Jobvite Social Job Seeker Survey Results Are Out

Job seekers are out in full force — with an impressive majority actively looking or open to finding new employment.  Unfortunately, not all of them feel good about their odds.  And even more think 2012 has proven an increasingly difficult year to be on the job hunt.  In our third annual Social Job Seeker Survey, ...