Bernard Hodes Group is part of the big agency Omnicom. Findly has been exhibiting at recruiting conferences, rolling out kitschy-named tools for managing candidates, mainly the coveted passive ones. Findly gets a big Madison Avenue sort of company to help it grow; Hodes gets a software-as-a-service techy company. Also, the union marries the market-to-them advertising part of the recruiting business with the community/CRM/gaming (engage them) part of it.
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