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TownWork.net launches 3-in-1 premium service
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Japanese No. 1 part-time job site TownWork.net has launched a three-in-one premium service for employers to expand exposure of ads through the world’s leading job search engine Indeed, create exclusive career page and get space on its platform.

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HonMono introduces paid membership service
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Japanese business partner-matching startup HonMono has introduced a new membership service to strengthen connection between entrepreneurs and companies looking to undertake joint projects.

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Glassdoor expands office in Chicago
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Glassdoor has leased a second office in Chicago and plans to grow its staff their from 300 to 800.

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MyNavi, govt sign accord to cultivate agricultural HR
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Japanese job sites’ operator MyNavi Corp. has signed a cooperative agreement with a state administration on securing and fostering agricultural human resources.

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Apprenticeship Program in Mississippi, Tennessee and Alabama to Help Transitioning Military Vets
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Hamilton-Ryker’s new division, TalentGro, was created to provide solutions to the nation-wide problem of the skills gap. The division received their first approval in Kentucky four months ago and has now received approval from the state of Tennessee. TalentGro is also working in Mississippi and Alab

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MyNavi launches new job hunting tool
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Japanese job sites’ operator MyNavi Corp. has launched a new job hunting tool for students studying abroad. The online tool lets would-be graduates to watch company briefings, submit entry sheets, and adjust interview schedules.

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Tips to build confidence and reduce veteran job interview stress
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Finding veteran jobs can be one stressful affair and can bring anyone to the verge of giving up. It is natural to get anxious or nervous before or during the interview. How you present yourself for the interview can create a first impression that can determine your success. Dressing appropriately an

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I-Common.jp introduces auditor-matching feature
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I-Common.jp, a jobs referral site that connects retirees with employers, has launched independent officer-matching service to help companies improve compliance with corporate laws.  

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Leverages allies with Advantage Risk Management Group
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Leverages Medical Care, which operates multiple job sites for nurses and caregivers, has entered into a business alliance with Advantage Risk Management Group to help employers secure and retain employees.

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Yolo-Japan introduces ATM payment service
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Yolo-Japan, which operates jobs-matching sites for foreigners, has introduced a new salary receipt service for workers who don’t have bank accounts in Japan to receive their remunerations.

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DHI revenues down, but tech sites steady
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DHI Group (Nasdaq: DHX), the parent company of the tech-job site Dice.com, posted 2019 first-quarter revenues of $37.1 million — down 14 percent year-on-year and about 2 percent short of the previous quarter’s result.

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Remote Worker Roundup
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Here’s a quick spin around the world of remote working. Home Alone: Communication Advice From A Remote Worker “Wow. You’re so lucky.” That’s something that’s not necessarily said to me often, but it’s nearly always the response when I tell somebody that I have a career working primarily from home.

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Career Index acquires majority stake in Macci.biz
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Tokyo-based recruitment information firm Career Index Inc. has underwritten a third-party allotment of shares in offline-to-online data tech start-up Macci.biz to become the major shareholder in the company. The terms and financial details were not disclosed. 

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Former 58.com employee sentenced for CV theft
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A former of employee of Chinese classifieds giant 58.com (NYSE: WUBA) has been sentenced to over four years in prison for illegally extracting the CVs of more than 64,000 users of the site and attempting to sell them on the black market. The individual was also fined 10,000 RMB ($1500 U.S.)

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