Sep 24, 2021
CodeSignal, a technical assessment platform dedicated to helping companies, including Facebook, Roblox, Zoom, Robinhood, and others, make data-driven hiring decisions in tech recruiting, announced $50M in Series C funding and the launch of CodeSignal’s new advanced Integrated Development Environment (IDE) that unlocks highly relevant assessment experiences.
This round, which brings CodeSignal’s total funding to $87.5M,
With Codesignal’s newly launched advanced IDE, candidates will now be able to interact with code, files, a terminal, and a preview of their application in a persistent, fully configurable environment. This means candidates will have a similar experience to coding on a local machine, and the assessment provides a more powerful and familiar environment for them to solve tasks just as they would actually do on the job, showcasing their full range of skills.
Talenya, the provider of the world’s most advanced, AI-powered talent sourcing and diversity solutions, today announced the release of Engagement AI™: a first-of-its-kind, fully automated talent sourcing solution.
As recruiters and HR teams struggle to find talent in an increasingly competitive market, Engagement AI™ saves hours of work by automatically sourcing and contacting potential candidates, allowing more time for interviews and connection. Talenya’s data scientists spent four years developing the GDPR-compliant technology to enable talent acquisition teams to fully automate talent sourcing, with a focus on diverse talent.
WurkNow.com, a fully-integrated, digital staffing and workforce management platform for hourly work, today announced the closing of a $10 million Series A funding round, led by Newport Beach, CA-based Newport Hayseed Group. This funding will be used to further optimize WurkNow’s user base and product offering, including investments in new product development, staff growth and scaling the company’s brand and market presence.
WurkNow’s capital raise comes after a year of immense growth, brought on by the digital acceleration the COVID-19 pandemic has brought to many businesses. Demand for WurkNow’s fully-integrated staffing and workforce management platform has surged within its client base of staffing and recruiting firms and employers that manage large, hourly workforces. Currently there are over 125,000 active employees using the platform; a year-over-year increase of 400%.
Clovers (www.clovers.ai), a human resources technology firm leveraging conversational intelligence to improve interviewing and hiring practices, today announced it has raised $15 million in seed funding.
The company was co-founded in December 2020 by HR tech pioneers Adam Miller, Founder & former CEO of Cornerstone OnDemand, and Jason Nazar, Co-Founder & CEO of Comparably, along with Doug Leonard and Cihan Ucar. Clovers is jointly headquartered in Los Angeles and Nashville.
Nomad Health, the leading digital marketplace for temporary healthcare jobs, today announced the completion of $63 million in new equity and debt financing. Adams Street Partners led, and all existing investors participated, including Icon Ventures, Polaris Partners, RRE Ventures, .406 Ventures, First Round Capital, and Silicon Valley Bank.
With this financing, the business has raised over $100 million since the company’s inception in 2015. The funding will be used to support Nomad Health’s explosive growth, allowing the company to double down on efforts to hire, invest in the technology platform, and grow its national footprint.