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Indeed.com Survey Reveals Top 10 Workplaces for Millennials, What They Want
www.ere.net

Millennials. They’re a big deal. Maybe you’ve heard. Shear numbers alone mean we can’t ignore them. In fact, more than one in three American labor force participants (35 percent) are millennials, making them the largest generation in the U.S.

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Tips & tricks for text-based Interviewing featuring Canvas – Crowdcast
www.crowdcast.io

Free webinar: “Tips and tricks for text-based interviewing and recruiting success” presented by Canvas head of recruiter success and Chief Talent Officer, Kelly Lavin.

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HR’s Job Should Be to Encourage Conflict
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For years we’ve been hearing the drumbeat about making the workplace fun. So, as Amanda Ono tells it, we drank the Kool-Aid, installing ping-pong tables, organizing parties and offering a host of perks.

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What Your Personality Means for Your Small Business
www.fundera.com

How do extroverts and introverts differ in running their small businesses? We cover their strengths, weaknesses and tips to succeed with either personality type.

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Study Finds Employees are Leaving due to Broken Business Processes
jobfairing.com

Two-thirds of U.S. employees who cite unclear processes for career advancement are actively looking for new jobs, according to survey of 1,000 people working at companies with more than 1,000 employees. Nintex, the world’s leader in intelligent process automation (IPA), reveals in its latest study the most broken processes related career advancement in corporate America. […]

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HR’s Most Dangerous Podcast | The Chad and Cheese Podcast
www.chadcheese.com

With Chad in Europe for the next 3 weeks, Cheese pulls a Lionel Richie and goes solo, talkin’ news and opinion on Microsoft’s acquisition of GitHub. Who are the winner and losers?

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Recapping the Year So Far in Recruiting Technology
recruitingheadlines.com

Get ready for a technology inspired conversation that will help you turn on your talent acquisition. In the latest episode of the RecTech Podcast, Chris Russell, Martin Burns and George Larocque sit down to talk about the latest news, year to date funding numbers and more in this jam packed 50 minute episode.

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Facebook Begins Testing Sponsored Marketplace Listings
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Facebook is Testing Boosted Marketplace Listings

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Automating Candidate Engagement with JobAdder & RoboRecruiter
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Engage with your candidates and automatically update your database with RoboRecruiter. Topics: -Recruitment Automation & the Active Profile -Time Management and Productivity -Scalability and the RoboRecruiter Chrome Extension for JobAdder -Case Studies & Results

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GermanPersonnel takes on investor
aimgroup.com

GermanPersonnel, a Munich-based recruiting technology company, has received an unspecified investment from Riverside Company. This article is only available to AIM Group clients. Please subscribe now or log in to view. The post GermanPersonnel takes on investor appeared first on AIM Group.

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Let HOPE Build Your Culture
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When it comes to the complex topic of culture, all you can do is hope. In my experience with some of the largest companies in their respective industries, hope is the flawed strategy most commonly deployed.

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Are You Ready to Recruit in a World Where Microsoft Owns LinkedIn and GitHub?
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Love ’em or hate ’em, recruiters and vendors need to get used to the reality that Microsoft now owns the two most popular professional networking sites on the net. And as a result, it owns the two most important sourcing platforms in existence.

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Summer Hiring is Expected to be Hot This year
jobfairing.com

Hiring is not taking a summer vacation, as 41 percent of employers plan to hire seasonal workers for the summer, on par with last year. Of these employers, 1 in 4 plan to pay summer hires $15 per hour on average – double the federal minimum wage ($7.25). The vast majority (88 percent) expect to transition some summer […]

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25% of employers hiring for summer plan to pay more than $15/hr
recruitingheadlines.com

Hiring is not taking a summer vacation, as 41 percent of employers plan to hire seasonal workers for the summer, on par with last year. Of these employers, 1 in 4 plan to pay summer hires $15 per hour on average – double the federal minimum wage ($7.25). The vast majority (88 percent) expect to transition some summer […]

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