On August 14, 2017, Judge Edward Chen of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California granted hiQ Labs’ request for a Preliminary Injunction (PI) against LinkedIn Corporation to prevent LinkedIn from using legal or technological measures to restrict hiQ’s access to publicly available LinkedIn profile information that hiQ uses to provide analysis […]
It should be no secret to anyone that political activity and tensions are currently high in the US. And by now, everyone in HR has heard about the Top Dog restaurant employee who resigned as a result of his participation in the Charlottesville turmoil and the Google employee who was fired because of his controversial […]
A federal judge issued a huge setback for LinkedIn on Monday, ruling that LinkedIn can’t block the startup hiQ Labs from accessing public profile data. Many news outlets were calling this a test for the social media conglomerate in how much control it can exercise over data on its users and what it’s believed to be public. […]
A political firestorm has erupted at Google over a 10-page memo by a software engineer challenging the company’s diversity efforts, declaring that biology and not society explains why there are so few women in tech and leadership.
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The German startup that provides end-to-end HR software including posting to job boards completed a Series A round.
51job.com (前程无忧, Nasdaq: Jobs) announced today its unaudited financial results for the second quarter of 2017. Total revenues increased 20.3 percent over Q2 2016, to 673.2 million RMB ($99.3 million U.S.), exceeding the company’s guidance range and marking an increase of 20.3% from 559.8 million RMB for the same quarter in 2016.
For those of us working in HR and those who partner with us, it’s no secret that the majority of HR professionals are women. This rings true across the country and across all levels.
Leading isn’t just a matter of knowing what to do – it’s a matter of knowing and communicating why it’s important to do it.
The 2017 Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) Conference was held in New Orleans this year, and it proved to be a popular location. We decided to take advantage of the high attendance and administer a survey to again test the temperature of recognition and engagement with the HR professionals who live it every day.
Each project your company undertakes with freelancers (sometimes referred to as agile talent, 1099s, consultants, contractors, etc.) is a two-way street. As a manager, you need to be prepared to hire freelance talent and provide specific guidelines and metrics for the project at hand. On the other side, the talent that you bring on-board has […]
Money might make the world go around, but data tells it how fast and in what direction to spin, and as long ago as 2013, 91% of top executives were planning big data initiatives.
The proliferation of internet capable devices, global internet access and social media has been creating a virtual space that is still relatively untapped by HR.
Recruiting industry pundits, including yours truly, spend a lot of time chasing shiny objects. News releases touting artificial intelligence, chatbots, and virtual reality tend to standout more than, say, PR touting a new CEO or homepage redesign. Readers tend to engage more with all things new than they do old school content.