Australian workforce on-demand training platform GO1 has raised US$40 million in Series C funding led by Seek and US VC firm Madrona Venture Group. GO1 says the recent boom in remote work has tripled demand for its online learning platform. Salesforce’s venture arm joins existing investors M12 – Microsoft’s venture

Ben Thompson, CEO, Employment Hero

Cloud-based HR platform Employment Hero has raised AU$22 million in a Series C funding round led by Seek, with participation from OneVentures and AirTree Ventures. The new funding brings Employment Hero’s valuation to over AU$100 million and follows an $8 million Series B round in March 2018. Founded in 2014,

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In 2018 the highest-paying job in Australia, in terms of average salary, was an information and communication technology (ICT) architect, according to Seek’s annual salary report. ICT jobs now dominate the list of highest-paying jobs in the country, a marked change from five years ago when mining, resources and energy

The data from organisations such as McKinsey and Company and MIT is clear: companies that let data drive their decision-making make more money. Indeed, data-driven decision-making has repeatably been linked to better business performance across revenue, profit, or return on equity. Small wonder then that Which-50 is seeing increased investment

Cloud-based HR platform Employment Hero has raised $8 million in a Series B funding round led by Seek. The raise has allowed Employment Hero to expand its leadership team, appointing AdRoll’s former Marketing Director JAPAC, Cat Prestipino, as the start-up’s first CMO. (Ex-AdRoll boss Ben Sharp also announced his new

Seek is open to the idea of sharing its job data to help the government plan for an upheaval in Australia’s job market caused by automation. The job site made the suggestion in a submission to the Senate inquiry into the future of work and workers. “Seek is open to

Twenty years after it disrupted the newspaper game online recruitment specialist Seek now finds itself having to bend its model to the will of a rampant, global insurgent – in this case Linkedin. For the first time the company will charge its recruitment industry clients to access its databases via