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New job board design theme available

To celebrate the summer holidays, we have just launched a new design theme that is now available to all MatchWork clients! The new design theme is naturally fully responsive and sets a new standard for job board design. It has undergone intense user testing to ensure it matches what jobseekers and advertisers are expecting when searching for jobs and new employees respectively. You can view the new design theme in action on the job board.

New national job board in Greenland -

The Greenlandic Government has just launched the national job board covering the entire Greenland. aims to deliver a better overview of all vacant jobs in Greenland and the qualifications of each jobseeker. "The Greenlandic Government has as part of the modernisation of the structures of the labour market launched an online national job board to the Greenlandic citizens and employers. Citizens can find relevant job offers from a wide selection of employers in Greenland as well as registering their CV and automatically be alerted when new jobs that match their skill…

Welcome to the new!

Welcome to the new! We are super excited about the relaunch of our new website.  It gives visitors a much better overview of what our job board software provides and we have focused on showing actual real images from the websites we power giving our visitors a good idea about the services we provide, rather than displaying a lot of texts that no one reads anyway. You can always contact us if you want a demo or have specific questions about pricing or features. Looking forward to taking your call! Oh, and the website is naturally fully responsive and automatically ad…

Know thy jobseeker!

Although people have searched for jobs for literally hundreds of years, the way they searched remained fairly static: talk to friends and colleagues, physically visit potential employers, and search newspaper classifieds and ‘help wanted’ bulletin boards in their surrounding environment. In other words, looking for work was time consuming, and the chances of learning about a wide variety of jobs matched to the seeker’s skills were low. Everything changed in the mid-90s with the advent of the internet and online job boards such as Monster and OCC. Jobs were now listed in a searchable database, …

Chicken or Egg?: Starting up a job board

Ten or fifteen years ago, starting a job board had become synonymous to printing money – employers were flocking to online recruiting sites, and competitors were far and few between. Things have changed. There are an estimated 100,000+ job boards around the world, in every conceivable location, industry, and niche you can imagine. Social media also competes for the recruiting spend – and employers are faced with an ever-increasing assortment of options for finding candidates. Nonetheless, each month new job boards appear – and succeed. They all face a huge challenge, however: how to satisfy bo…