LinkedIn said users of its Job Search app would prefer to have its tools and the service’s core capabilities available in one place.
LinkedIn’s Job Search app will no longer function as a standalone application. Beginning in May, the freestanding app’s features will become part of the main LinkedIn app.
Ultimate Software’s Kathleen Pai discusses how prioritizing culture and effective management helps leverage remote workers without sacrificing engagement.
Doumi, the mobile temp work platform created by classifieds giant 58.com (NYSE: WUBA), has launched a new ad campaign fronted by comedy star Guo Degang. He’s also inked a deal to be the company’s first ever celebrity spokesperson. Guo is a star of the “crosstalk” style of comedy, which involves quickfire comedic banter. He has 68 million followers on […]
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If you ever been to a recruiting conference chances are you know the name Gerry Crispin. He is the principal and co founder of CareerXroads a community of talent acquisition professionals whose aim is
A look at the growing use of “interactional platforms” as organizations leverage them to enhance the employee experience.
Our roundup of deals, product announcements and HR technology news. This week: ICIMS adds integrations for assessment tools; ADP links with Google Cloud
A common scenario in an HR department is that managers are engrossed with day-to-day activities. This includes screening candidates, taking interviews, making salaries, dealing with various compliance issues, managing internal communication and much more. Technology makes sure that HR managers and professionals start doing smart work by saving their time and efforts. The routine management […]
Indonesia-based recruitment platform Ekrut recieved an undisclosed sum in a pre-series A funding round led by Venturra Discovery. New investors Bizreach Inc and Azure Ventures, and existing investors East Ventures, Prasetia Dwidharma, and Skystar Capital also participated.
Ceridian enhanced Dayforce with new features designed to improve the cloud platform’s functionality while expanding its breadth.
As more employers begin to implement AI, a human element must be in place to ensure that the workforce feels valued and secure.
Escalating healthcare costs and increasing insurance gaps will again catapult voluntary benefits to the forefront. Here’s how to get help from technology.
Japanese job-matching app Career.Line.me has crossed the two million registered users mark just five months after its launch. Lensa Corp., a joint venture between En-Japan Inc. (51 percent) and Line Corp. (49 percent), launched Career.Line.me in Oct. last year.