Personnel change in the upper Austrian HR-tech-scene: Head of Sales of eRecruiter changes to teamecho
September 17, 2020
The HR-Tech start-up TeamEcho is delighted: With Dieter Janeschitz, who previously headed the sales team of online recruiting specialist eRecruiter, the Linz-based company has been able to recruit an experienced sales expert as its new Head of Sales. This should give the young company's expansion course an additional boost.
The Linz-based start-up TeamEcho has once again seen a high-caliber addition: Following university professor Barbara Stiglbauer, who has been heading the research team since the beginning of the year, Dieter Janeschitz has now also been recruited as the new Head of Sales. Janeschitz is no stranger to the start-up business: Already at the online recruiting specialist eRecruiter, he was instrumental in the international expansion course as sales manager and accompanied a growth from five to 50 employees.
After more than eight years with eRecruiter, the new challenge is now tempting: "I have been following the development of TeamEcho with interest for some time now. The young team has built up a solid company over the past few years. I am excited to drive the growth strongly on an international level as well and thus contribute to all-round motivating working conditions", says Janeschitz about his new position. TeamEcho CEO and Co-Founder Markus Koblmüller is also pleased about the new addition: "Our vision is well known: Everyone should be happy to go to work. This applies especially to our own employees. All the more reason for us to be perceived as an attractive employer from the outside and to be able to attract promising applicants.
For five years, TeamEcho has been helping its customers with its intelligent mood barometer to know in real time how employees are really feeling and to create an outstanding corporate culture together. The employee feedback tool is now successfully in use in over 100 organizations, including such big names as Magenta, Caritas and HEROLD, and has already collected over 1.5 million employee feedbacks. Most recently, the 20-strong team developed its own free "Corona mood barometer" to help companies through the crisis as best they can.