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Facebook Tests Resume Feature

Facebook has confirmed that it is testing a feature which would allow users to upload a resume to their profiles to make it easier to apply for jobs, especially via mobile devices. This development follows the social media giant’s announcement earlier this year that it is jumping into the job advertising space. Employers in the […]

Holiday Hiring Plans Strong, but Retailers Expect Tougher Labor Market

Americans are expected to spend upwards of $650 billion this holiday season, prompting retailers and logistics companies to invest in hiring more seasonal workers, especially in e-commerce, distribution and fulfillment center operations. Los Angeles-based executive search and recruiting firm Korn Ferry surveyed 20 major U.S. retailers in September, representing 1 million workers, and found that […]

5 Improvements You Can Make to Strengthen Your Recruiting Process

Welcome to Recruiter QA, where we pose employment-related questions to the experts and share their answers! Have a question you’d like to ask? Leave it in the comments, and you might just see it in the next installment of Recruiter QA! Today’s Question: What one simple thing did you do to take your Go to […]

Think Outside the Box: Can You Develop the Next Big Disruptive Recruiting Technology?

Recruiters and their IT support teams know a thing or two about keeping up with technology. Sometimes, it seems like professionals in this industry can’t take a day off without coming back to find some brand new must-have technology has launched. In such a fast-paced environment, it’s important for both recruiters and companies to stay […]

The 10 Types of Recruiter: Which One Are You?

Recruiters are, by necessity, a diverse lot. Sourcing top-tier tech talent in Silicon Valley is a whole different ballgame from chatting up designers in New York City. Recruiters must respond to their contexts by adopting the tactics and strategies that make sense for their situations. Plus, recruiters are people, just like the rest of us. (Shocker, […]

What the Most Engaged Companies Do Differently

Employees aren’t the only ones who benefit from being more engaged at work. The organization as a whole performs better when employee engagement levels are high. In fact, the latest report from my company, Culture Amp, found that the top 10 percent of engaged “New Tech” companies also … Go to Source By author: Date […]

Amazon to hire 50,000 workers in a single day

Amazon plans to hire 50,000 new employees on in a sprawling jobs fair taking place on Wednesday.Dubbed “Amazon Jobs Day”, the event will take place concurrently across 13 fulfilment centres around the US.Most of the positions are full-time positions, though Amazon indicates that more than 10,000 will be for part-time work.According to the US Labour […]

The 10 Most Popular Articles Among Recruiters This Week

In case you need a stimulating read, here’s a great list for you. We took a look at the articles staffing and corporate recruiters shared, liked, and commented on the most on LinkedIn during the last 7 days and posted them below. Source: The 10 Most Popular Articles Among Recruiters This Week | LinkedIn Talent […]

Singapore: Labour Market Report 1Q 2017

The labour market situation remained mixed, with the overall and resident unemployment rate unchanged from the previous quarter, while redundancies declined. At the same time, the resident long-term unemployment rate edging up slightly compared to a year ago. Source: Labour Market Report 1Q 2017

The Dangers of a Desk Job – and What You Can Do About Them

Eighty-six percent of Americans work at jobs that require them to sit at desks and stare at computers for most of the day. Unfortunately, this isn’t so great for their health. Now is the time to start initiatives to keep yourself, your colleagues, and your employees happy and healthy at their desks while also attracting … […]