This week’s launches include: Adobe, GPDQ, The Hub

Adobe has launched technology designed to solve complex digital workflow problems across the HR sector.

The company has expanded its support for HR systems, via Adobe Sign, with integrations in Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Talent and ServiceNow HR service delivery.

• A medical passport that aims to speed up the recruitment of GPs is being rolled out.

The ‘medic passport’ avoids the need for GP’s to present their medical and legal certificates every time they apply for a role. The software is being tested by GP on-demand service GPDQ, according to Digital Health Age.

• Isle of Wight job board Isle of Wight Jobs has launched a new service. The Hub offers flat rate recruitment fees, free recruitment consultancy, including a single point of contact, and discounts on advertising.

FINANCIALS: Japanese Recruit Group sees revenues rise

Indeed and Glassdoor owner Recruit Group has seen revenue rise 7% year-on-year, according to results for the nine months to 31 December 2018.

Financials 14 February 2019

US tech firm digs up dodgy behaviours on future hires

Hiring the wrong person can be costly and lead to hostile work environments.

12 February 2019


This week’s appointments include: AMS, Cielo, Eames Consulting Group, Holmes Noble, Morgan McKinley, Samuel Knight International, The Barton Partnership, Volcanic

People 11 February 2019

Job interview not best way to assess for soft skills, says LinkedIn report

A new report by LinkedIn Talent Solutions questions the effectiveness of the job interview as the best way to assess for soft skills.

7 February 2019