Global recruitment platform Seek (ASX: SEK) is facing opposition to the planned privatization of Zhaopin (NYSE: ZPIN) from a number of Zhaopin’s minority shareholders.
The company specifically designed the “Original Thinkers” program to engage Millennials and their mindset, K-C’s Frans Mahieu tells “Marketing Daily.”
Graduate recruitment in Japan looks a bit like a scene from the movie “The Matrix.” Hordes of students dressed in identical black suits and white shirts make the rounds of seminars, tests and interviews. Even as jobs outnumber applicants, these “Agent Smiths” still fight it out for coveted positions at big-name companies, while leaving smaller […]
For a president fixated on employment, his proposal for federal spending leaves out a surprising number of young, elderly, and disabled workers.
Despite what past experiences might have taught you about work-at-home jobs – that they are mostly scams or don’t pay nearly enough – in more recent years…
There’s no doubt that military members acquire a number of useful and effective skills during their time in service. After separation from the military,…
With March 17th just around the corner, you may be looking for ways to increase your luck when it comes to finding your dream job. Here are some things you can do to bring some of that St. Patrick’s Day luck to your job search.
Let’s say you have a short-term, mission-critical project and your team is missing some specialized skills. Or maybe you need someone who can fill in for a team member on leave. Or maybe your budget falls short of requisitioning for a full-time employee. Each of these problems can be helped by hiring temporary talent.
The traditional playbook for running a local job board looks something like this: 1) Get a keyword-rich domain, 2) Sell job posting packages to local employers and 3) Generate job seekers through search marketing, local radio, billboards, TV, partnerships, etc. Then repeat steps two and three over and over.
Experienced job hunters can’t live without LinkedIn anymore. Is that bad or good news?
I’ve worked with hiring managers across several sectors now and I’ve seen, Hire great talent, quickly become a constant theme. It’s all about speed to hire with a steady eye on candidate quality, right?
The job market is more brutally competitive now than ever before. According to Robert Meier, President of Job Market Experts, only 2% of job applicants actually make it to the interview stage, meaning that a whopping 98% of candidates are eliminated on the back of an inadequate CV.
Research shows that technology has net-net created far more jobs than it has destroyed. A recent study by Deloitte drew on data going back to 1871 in England and Wales and found that technology has been a job-creating machine.