Monster Worldwide

Monster is a global leader in connecting people to jobs, wherever they are. For more than 20 years, Monster has helped people improve their lives with better jobs, and employers find the best talent. Today, the company offers services in more than 40 countries, providing some of the broadest, most sophisticated job seeking, career management, recruitment and talent management capabilities. Monster continues its pioneering work of transforming the recruiting industry with advanced technology using intelligent digital, social and mobile solutions, including our flagship website monster.com® and a vast array of products and services.
Type
Subsidiary
Parent Company
Randstad
HQ
Weston, US
Founded
1996
Monster Worldwide was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in Weston, US

Key People at Monster Worldwide

Tim Yates

Tim Yates

CEO and Member of Board of Director
Mark Conway

Mark Conway

CIO
Mark Stoever

Mark Stoever

President and Chief Operating Officer
Kimberly Mullaney

Kimberly Mullaney

SVP, Global Chief Human Resources
Matthew Mund

Matthew Mund

EVP, Chief Product and Marketing Officer

Monster Worldwide Office Locations

Monster Worldwide has offices in Weston, New York, Omaha, Minneapolis and in 45 other locations
Weston, US (HQ)
133 Boston Post Road, Building 15
New York, US
622 Third Avenue, 39th Floor
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Monster Worldwide Data and Metrics

Monster Worldwide Summary

Founding Date

1996
Monster Worldwide is a subsidiary of Randstad

Monster Worldwide Financial Metrics

Monster Worldwide's revenue was reported to be $666.9 m in FY, 2015 which is a 13% decrease from the previous period.
USDFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015

Revenue

807.6 m770 m666.9 m

Revenue growth, %

(5%)(13%)

Operating expense total

774.4 m1.1 b657.8 m

EBIT

33.2 m(322.3 m)9.1 m

EBIT margin, %

4%(42%)1%

Income tax expense

(35.3 m)6 m

Net Income

(289 k)(283.8 m)77.7 m
USDFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015

Cash

88.6 m94.3 m167.9 m

Current Assets

504.1 m460.1 m481 m

PP&E

124.2 m119.7 m110.1 m

Goodwill

895.5 m540.6 m496.5 m

Total Assets

1.6 b1.2 b1.2 b

Current Liabilities

518.8 m469.3 m427.7 m

Common Stock

144 k

Additional Paid-in Capital

2 b2 b2 b

Retained Earnings

(564.9 m)(854.2 m)(780.5 m)

Total Equity

844.1 m474.7 m481.4 m

Financial Leverage

1.9 x2.6 x2.4 x
USDFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015

Net Income

(289 k)(283.8 m)77.7 m

Depreciation and Amortization

59.2 m48.6 m45.4 m

Accounts Receivable

8 m40.6 m9.2 m

Accounts Payable

(44.6 m)13 m(28.3 m)

Cash From Operating Activities

33.8 m82.8 m73.8 m

Purchases of PP&E

(27 m)

Capital Expenditures

(32.6 m)(39.8 m)(28.9 m)

Cash From Investing Activities

(38.9 m)(80.1 m)47.9 m

Cash From Financing Activities

(49.8 m)7.7 m(44.1 m)

Free Cash Flow

66.4 m122.6 m102.7 m

Monster Worldwide Operating Metrics

FY, 2015Jun, 2017

Countries

40

Jobs Searched per Minute

7.9 k

Jobs Viewed per Minute

2.8 k

Resumes Uploaded per Minute

29

Patents (US)

3

    Monster Worldwide Job Categories

    Monster Worldwide Median Salaries

    Source: 67 public H-1B filings from Monster Worldwide

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    Monster Worldwide News and Updates

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     This week, reports hinted at what could be the most impactful MacBook Pro update in years, Walmart leveled up in the ecommerce space with its $3 billion purchase of Jet.com, and the Facebook adblocking war raged on. These are the top stories of the week. Want to receive the Weekly Roundup in your i…

    Breakingviews: In Buying LinkedIn, Microsoft Might Pay Heed to Monster

    Monster Worldwide, a former competitor of LinkedIn, has been sold to Randstad Holding of the Netherlands for a fraction of its former value.

    UPDATE 2-Randstad bids $429 million for U.S. rival Monster

    AMSTERDAM, Aug 9 (Reuters) - Randstad, the world's second-largest staffing company, said on Tuesday it planned to acquire Monster Worldwide, the dotcom-era survivor that owns Monsterboard and Jobs.com, for $429 million in cash and assumed debt.
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