Profile: Monster Worldwide Inc (MWW)
29 Sep 2016
Monster Worldwide, Inc., incorporated on August 30, 1996, is engaged in connecting people to jobs. The Company offers services in over 40 countries, providing job seeking, career management, recruitment and talent management capabilities. The Company's segments include Careers-North America and Careers-International. The Company offers digital, social and mobile solutions through its Website monster.com. The Company's Monster Reach is focused on providing access to the candidates, with a set of job content across desktop, social and mobile. Monster Connections is focused on providing the tools to discover and connect with talent whether on Monster or anywhere on the social Web. Monster Solutions is focused on delivering its technology to a range of commercial, staffing and government customers. The Company's services and solutions include searchable job advertisements; resume database access; recruitment media solutions through its advertising network and partnerships; social job distribution through Twitter and Facebook; display advertising; lead generation; social profile aggregation and other career-related content.
The Company's Monster Reach consists of a portfolio of recruitment advertising products that provide solutions for employer customers to reach and convert candidates in active, passive and social environments. Core Monster Job Advertisements provide access to the networks of active job seekers within the Monster network of sites and the expanded network of publishers, such as local and regional newspaper sites. Career Ad Network enables employer customers to reach beyond the active job seeker, and convert active and passive talent at scale across the Web. The Company expanded its advertising solutions with the addition of Monster Social Job Ads and Monster Twitter Cards. The products provide employer customers with a programmatic advertising approach, using the automation of recruitment advertising. The Company is developing new job advertising Pay-per-Click model (PPC), enabling customers to manage and run performance-based recruitment campaigns.
The Company's Monster Connections is a suite of search and communications products enabling employer customers to discover and connect with talent on the Monster network of sites and anywhere on the social Web. Its Monster Power Resume Search offers the 6Sense semantic search technology to enable employer customers to find a precise match. 6Sense technology transforms traditional keyword-based processes by assisting its customers in matching candidates to their required job specifications. Its TalentBin allows recruiters to discover and communicate with candidates using talent profiles collected from the entire social Web.
The Company's Monster Solutions is a portfolio of cloud-based solutions and services that allows its technology and capabilities to a range of commercial, staffing and government customers. The Company operates a government solutions business, Monster Government Solutions (MGS), which sells software solutions to federal, state and local governments and educational institutions within the United States and the United Kingdom. MGS provides recruitment solutions that engage seekers and employers online, enable MGS customers to attract qualified candidates, expedite time to hire and create online communities using technologies and services. The services primarily include customized career sites hosted by MGS utilizing a software as a service (SaaS) model. Additionally, it offers customers applicant tracking services, diversity offerings and other ancillary services either directly or through alliances.
Monster Worldwide Inc
133 Boston Post Rd Bldg 15
WESTON MA 02493-2525
Company Web Links
- BRIEF-MediaNews opposes Randstad bid for jobs site Monster
- BRIEF-Randstad North America Inc - Unit commenced tender offer for all outstanding shares of Monster Worldwide
- BRIEF-Monster issues open letter to stockholders
- Shareholder to oppose Randstad $429 mln bid for job-site firm Monster
- BRIEF-MediaNews Group says opposes Monster Worldwide's sale to Randstad