Monster Introduces SeeMore™, its Semantic Search and Analytics Recruiting Platform in France

  Monster Introduces SeeMore™, its Semantic Search and Analytics Recruiting
  Platform in France

   The first in a series of non-English versions to be rolled out globally

Business Wire

MAYNARD, Mass. -- April 18, 2013

Expanding its growing adoption in the U.S. among enterprise companies and
staffing firms, Monster, the worldwide leader in successfully connecting
people to job opportunities and flagship brand of Monster Worldwide, Inc.
(NYSE: MWW) today announced the launch of SeeMore™ in France, the first
semantic search and workforce analytics recruitment platform available in the
French market. Powered by Monster’s 6Sense™ semantic search technology,
SeeMore offers employers a powerful solution to reduce recruitment costs and
improve hiring efficiency and effectiveness.

“SeeMore provides the focus for recruitment teams to build relationships and
manage talent, which in turn empowers them with actionable information and
predictive workforce analytics to grow their business,” said Mark Conway,
Chief Information Officer, Monster Worldwide. “Companies who can crack the
code of managing their data in recruitment will improve efficiency and cost
per hire, gain knowledge to make strategic business and hiring decisions, and
ultimately achieve the competitive edge they’re after.”

Through simple, seamless integration with all systems, SeeMore consolidates
all of a company’s resumes from multiple sources and stores a copy in one
safe, secure location. The precision of Monster’s 6Sense semantic search
technology then searches resumes from internal databases, Monster’s database,
referrals, and social networks, to sort and rank the best candidates all in
one place. With SeeMore, companies move beyond talent sourcing to talent
management, using advanced analytics for strategic workforce planning. HR
teams can better streamline their talent management workflow reducing
recruitment costs and improving the productivity of HR teams.

In a CXP-Monster France survey of more than 570 HR and Recruiting Managers in
France ^i, the biggest recruitment challenges include lack of time (59%),
targeting good talent pools (55%) and the quantity of data being managed
(50%). HR departments today face two main challenges; an overwhelming amount
of data from multiple sources and the lack of advanced technology to help
manage the talent pools. Talent management technology is expressed as a
barrier by 37% of participants, which presents an opportunity for these
managers in the French market.

“With SeeMore on the market in France, Monster will be giving a new dimension
to its HR solutions, thus becoming a 360-degree talent management partner for
our customers,” said Gilles Cavallari, General Manager of Monster France,
Spain and Belux. “In a job market that has been undergoing massive changes,
Monster’s role has evolved; we will connect seekers and employers, globally,
by providing innovative HR solutions with high added value.”

SeeMore™ in France has been ranked second out of 43 at a Big Data Innovation
Trophy event, which rewards innovative products in big data management.

SeeMore is currently available in the US, Canada, UK, Australia and now
France. For more information on Monster’s SeeMore cloud technology and full
suite of Monster technology solutions, visit

About Monster Worldwide

Monster Worldwide, Inc. (NYSE:MWW),is the global leader in successfully
connecting job opportunities and people. Monster uses the world's most
advanced technology to help peopleFind Better, matching job seekers to
opportunities via digital, social and mobile solutions®,
our flagshipwebsite, and employers to the best talentusing a vast array of
products and services.As an Internet pioneer, more than 200 million people
have registered on the Monster Worldwide network. Today, with operations in
more than 40 countries, Monster provides the broadest, most sophisticated job
seeking, career management, recruitment and talent management capabilities
globally. For more information visit

^i Source: Survey conducted in France by Monster and CXP between January 9 and
30, 2013. The 574 validated participants are, for a wide majority, part of HR
Departments or Corporate General Management (81%) and 26% are Recruiting


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