The great paradox of success is that as enterprises get bigger and more established, they have a natural tendency to lose the very entrepreneurial edge that made them successful in the first place. It’s a tendency that leaders in large companies must fight hard against if we want to keep delivering innovation and growth. The […]
In Bangladesh, Google’s incubator program Area120 has officially launched an informal sector-focused jobs app Kormo, which means work, FutureStartup reported. This article is only available to AIM Group clients. Please subscribe now or log in to view.
Recent innovations in recruitment technology include chatbots that are being used for interview scheduling and screening. Today these are text-based products that converse with candidates using text messages or email. Google’s development of Duplex adds a voice component to chatbots that will soon make its way into recruiting. To get a sense of where the […]
Technology recruitment site Andela Nigeria has announced former-Accenture executive and entrepreneur Omowale David-Ashiru as its Country Director. This article is only available to AIM Group clients. Please subscribe now or log in to view.
In a move that has been anticipated for several months, the National Relations Labor Board yesterday published a proposed rule that would fundamentally alter the definition of joint employment, making it more difficult for businesses to be held legally responsible for labor and employment law violations by staffing companies, franchisees, and other related organizations. The rule, if […]
LinkedIn Groups have always felt like an afterthought. They’re sort of like the guest room that gets a lot of initial attention, but sits there collecting dust because so few people come to visit. In my own experience, I’ve found them to be too spammy platforms for members to plug their stuff.
Jobs site Hays.co.jp, a subsidiary of leading British recruitment company Hays Plc, has moved into a new spacious office in Osaka, ahead of expanding its workforce in West Japan.
When we got together for the August Cincinnati HR Roundtable, people were excited to talk about the topic more than usual. We were going to discuss feedback. The room was full of energy because people have had different experiences with feedback both positive and negative.
I don’t talk about eQuest much. It’s old. It’s boring. It does the dirty job of compliance and distribution while the recruitment world focuses on sexy tech like chatbots and messaging. It’s the low-risk stock that returns 5 percent year-in, year-out without fanfare.
As a manager, leader, lead, co-worker, etc., you want to make your team feel appreciated and valued. There are so many reasons for this, and it goes beyond the obvious reasons like wanting your team to produce. For people to do their best job, we all need to feel confident and encouraged.
Recently, a Reddit user asked fellow users on the platform, “What social custom needs to be retired?”
It’s 5:30 AM on Monday on the first day of whatever time zone this SourceCon might be located and I’m walking the halls of the event. The venue looks so large before sunrise before most of the attendees have left their homes to head to the airport for flights to wherever this SourceCon is being […]
Following the acquisition of jobs aggregator JobiJoba in July, the French online recruitment group RegionsJob has made a decision to rebrand into HelloWork and invest €30 million ($35 million U.S.) in acquisitions. This article is only available to AIM Group clients. Please subscribe now or log in to view. The post RegionsJob rebrands into HelloWork, […]
Google and CareerBuilder are teaming up to allow U.S. military to find jobs using their MOS code. This article is only available to AIM Group clients. Please subscribe now or log in to view. The post Google Cloud to make finding jobs easier for veterans appeared first on AIM Group.