OneShift in the news

Posted on 9 March 2015

Online recruitment startup Oneshift has purchased mature-age jobs site Adage in an all cash deal to tap into Australia’s growing mature age workforce.

Posted on 9 March 2015

As older Australians continue to take a larger slice of the labour 'pie', how should workers and businesses be approaching the change? OneShift CEO Gen George joins us.

Posted on 9 March 2015

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Posted on 9 March 2015

Online recruitment start-up OneShift has purchased mature-age job site Adage in an all-cash deal to tap into Australia’s growing mature age workforce. OneShift, which secured a $5 million capital inje...

Posted on 9 March 2015

The acquisition follows demand from employers seeking more mature-age staff because of the skills, experience and mentoring they can provide to younger team members. Australian Bureau of Statistics fi...

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“Rather than actively searching and applying for positions, the passive jobseeker is able to create a profile and wait for the employer to contact him or her,” says Gen George, CEO of OneShift who sta...

Posted on 9 March 2015

Gen George, founder and chief executive of online job network OneShift, has snapped up mature age jobs board Adage for an undisclosed sum. OneShift was valued at $18 million in 2013 and George told Sm...

Posted on 9 March 2015

Online job network OneShift has acquired 100% Australian mature age jobs board Adage for an undisclosed amount. Adage founder Heidi Holmes won’t be staying on but has said the deal gave her a 300% ret...

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The recent high-profile success of young entrepreneurs such as Gen George of OneShift and Kath Purkis of Her Fashion Box has been inspiring to Australia’s youth generation, however, with only half of ...

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The jobs board and online community for jobseekers over the age of 45, will continue to remain a free service for mature age Australians looking to re-enter the workforce.Australians aged 55 and over ...

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“OneShift, the online job network which matches employees with employers, has acquired Australia’s leading mature age jobs boardAdage. The jobs board and online community for jobseekers over the age o...

Posted on 9 March 2015

Australia’s online employment market got a bit more friendly to job seekers ages 45 and over today with the announcement that OneShift, one of the country’s top job-seeking sites, has acquired Adage.

Posted on 9 March 2015

The jobs board and online community for jobseekers over the age of 45, will continue to remain a free service for mature age Australians looking to re-enter the workforce. Australians aged 55 and over...

Posted on 9 March 2015

Sydney-based job matching platform OneShift has made its first acquisition, buying mature age jobs board Adage for an undisclosed amount. Gen George, founder and chief executive of OneShift, told Star...

Posted on 9 March 2015

With Australia’s growing ageing population and the proportion of mature workers in the workforce rising, OneShift, the online job network which matches employees with employers, has acquired Australia...

Posted on 9 March 2015

Adage founder Heidi Holmes won’t be staying on but has said the deal gave her a 300% return on investment. Adage was created for jobseekers over 45 years old and is a specialised service for mature wo...

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Building a two-sided marketplace is hard work but the key to scaling is forming partnerships and effective marketing, according to the founder of job matching platform OneShift. Speaking at the SouthS...

Posted on 9 March 2015

OneShift acquires Adage for undisclosed sum.Australian employment startup OneShift has acquired Adage, a job board for job seekers aged 45 and above. OneShift founder Gen George said the company had b...

Posted on 9 March 2015

OneShift, the online job network which matches employees with employers, has acquired Australia’s leading mature age jobs board Adage

Posted on 9 March 2015

The founder of the 'dating website for jobseekers' who is one of Australia's youngest and most successful entrepreneurs Gen George (left), will be on the stage at the 11th annual Data Day in Sydney (2...