Freelancer.com, run by Matt Barrie in Sydney Australia, is planning to list on the Australian stock market and raise $17.5 million AUD at a market capitalization of $218 million.
They are projecting revenue to hit $18.3 million by the end of 2013, up from $10.6 million in 2012. This comes after rejecting a $400 million offer from Japanese company Recruit.co to buy the business.Read More
Looking to hire an amazing developer for your startup? Isn’t everyone looking to hire superstar coders? Facebook, Google, and all the technology giants are looking for super-smart people.
Most of the top technology companies run some type of programming competition to attract talented people. Facebook has their Hacker Cup, Google runs the Google Code Jam and Microsoft, the Imagine Cup.
Google Code Jam in London
Staff.com on building its employee monitoring software was based on the idea of having employees from all around the world.
And we're a startup. So we thought it would be interesting to compare the costs of a startup including a small office and hiring 2 developers and 1 designer from different cities and countries.
In the past, in order to recruit employees you have to advertise opportunities in the local papers or hire local advertising agencies to put up bills on sidewalks and light posts. Today, notwithstanding the "post no bills" policies of most modern cities, recruiting employees via these methods is laughably obsolete.
Around 50% of all the people in North America use Facebook for recruiting, for example. Social media is a more up-to-date method for finding great people. Check out our infographic on social media for recruitment.Additionally, you can check out Time Doctor's employee monitoring software to give you insights into the productivity of your workforce.