Workable is all-in-one recruiting software, trusted by over 6000 companies to streamline their hiring. From sourcing candidates to providing a structured hiring and interview process, Workable provides tools to manage multiple hiring pipelines. Transparent communication, organized candidate profiles, structured interviews and a full reporting suite gives hiring teams the information they need to make the best choice.
With customers like IBM, Deliveroo, RyanAir, Porsche and Basecamp it’s a preferred recruiting tool for SMBs and growing organisations. Based in Athens and Boston, Workable has a growing team of 130 and has raised a total of $34m of investment from Openfund, 83North and Balderton.
The team is comprised of 2 co-founders with shared past. Nikos Moraitakis and Spiros Magiatis that worked together at Upstream serving as the CEO and CTO respectively. Also key members of the team are Zaharenia Atzitzikaki a leading Greek UI/UX designer and Giannis Karachristos a seasoned Ruby on Rails developer.
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Employee wellness programs are morally questionable and misguided. Companies usually turn to them to reduce health costs, but they’re often ineffective, poorly crafted and discriminatory. Instead, companies should focus on less intrusive ways to encourage wellness, and let employees manage their own health. Perhaps the biggest problem with corporate wellness programs is the visceral reaction most […]
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As a hiring manager, I own the success of my team. That means I need to own their recruiting process too. Without the right process or technology that’s impossible to do, because I have no visibility into the recruiting pipeline. As someone who has hired, and managed, salespeople for 10 years, I know a lot […]
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As individuals it is likely that we have differing degrees of tolerance for being spoken to indirectly. And yet most of us are either approaching, or have already reached, our limit in terms of euphemism. I reached mine when I was asked by a company I was then working for to identify four positives about […]
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Openfund started in 2009 to become the first startup investor in Greece and the broader region. Our first, €500k syndicate proved quite successful, giving birth to companies like Taxibeat. Jeremie Openfund II was launched in December 2012 with €15m under management to take this track record to the next level. Three and a half short… Continue reading...
YouScan’s was one of the first startups that Openfund invested in, focusing on social media monitoring service for brand owners specifically offered in the Russian and Ukrainian languages. Today we are announcing our exit from the company. Thinking of YouScan takes us to the first days of Openfund. Α whole 6 years down the memory lane, we… Continue reading...
Workable yesterday announced a $27m Series B round, led by Balderton Capital, along with Notion Capital and existing investors 83 North (previously Greylock IL). For a company that started three years ago in Athens, the size of this round may come as a surprise. To those of us on the inside, it is not. Spyros… Continue reading...