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Indeed EMEA revenue rockets

Job board has reported a 66 percent revenue increase for its Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) operations, which are based in Ireland. Turnover increased by €138 million ($160 million U.S.) to reach €346 million ($401 million U.S.). This article is only available to AIM Group clients. Please subscribe now or log in to […]

What We Should Take Away From Amazon’s Embedding Bias in Its Algorithm and Stopping the Project

A while ago I wrote an article warning recruiters about embedding their bias in their selection algorithms. The problem, as I described, is we all have a bias, usually unconscious. Just look around you right now at your department. Is this a good representation of your community in terms of gender, age, ethnicity, and sexual […]

I Was Recruited and I Think I Liked It!

Do you remember the words to that Katy Perry song? It goes: “I kissed a girl, and I liked it.” Well, I was recruited, and I think I liked it!

LinkedIn’s New ATS Gets Results As Fast As You Hit ‘Post’

LinkedIn knows how to put on a show, and this year it didn’t disappoint at its annual Talent Connect Conference this week in Anaheim, California. The big news was the announcement LinkedIn is building a new applicant tracking system, set to launch in the middle of 2019. Dubbed Talent Hub, LinkedIn’s ATS puts the entire candidate […]

Are You Inviting Everyone to Dance?

“Diversity and inclusion.” As often as we hear this term, you’d think the two words are synonymous or inseparable. They are neither. What’s more, when people lump them together, they usually end up focusing on the former. The problem is, it’s the latter — inclusion — that counts more.

Save Is Looking a Lot Like a Crypto-Scam

If you’re investing gambling on making crypto riches, hopefully none of your capital went into Gibraltar-based

LinkedIn to launch new ATS in mid 2019

LinkedIn Talent Hub will allow recruiters to source candidates from its 550 million members. This article is only available to AIM Group clients. Please subscribe now or log in to view. The post LinkedIn to launch new ATS in mid 2019 appeared first on AIM Group.

Monster hires Steve Delisle as new CTO

Steve Delisle will join job board Monster in late October, and will be responsible for infrastructure, business applications, security, product engineering and architecture. This article is only available to AIM Group clients. Please subscribe now or log in to view.

Google Is Shutting Down Google+, Now Is the Time to XRay

After a massive data breach, Google announced today that it is shutting down its social network Google+. A bug in Google+ exposed the personal data of nearly 500,000 people, and Google chose not to disclose it out of fears of regulatory pressure.

Narcissists Become Leaders. What Do You Do If You’re Not One?

Do you work closely with executives? If you do, you’ve probably run into a few surprising aspects to leadership that don’t get talked about much. For instance, what’s with the common occurrence of charming, good looking executives moving quickly up the ladder when you know they really aren’t as competent as colleagues who have demonstrated […]

Is That Open Job Fillable? Answer These 4 Questions to Find Out

You have a job to fill. What do you do first? Search your talent database? Post it online? Run an ad? The answer — none of these.

Save faces more fake job accusations

Chinese classifieds giant (NYSE: WUBA) has been hit with another false information scandal, the second to make headlines in the just the past month. An article posted last week on featured 38 individuals who claimed that they had been defrauded of sums ranging from 730 RMB to 1890 RMB after taking fake job […]

7 Culture Insights for Positive Change and 3 Reasons Change Fails

This post is a salute to passionate and experienced culture and performance change agents. You understand the power of culture in organizations and the challenge, frustration, restlessness, and exhilaration inevitably linked to intentional culture-related action. We’re living in the absolute best time in history to be involved in meaningful culture change. Culture is finally a […]

Uber Drivers Lose Class Action Effort as Court Upholds Arbitration Requirement

It was just a matter of time. After the Supreme Court cleared the way for businesses to use class waivers with their employees and contractors with the Epic Systems ruling this past May, many observers expected that the decision would come back to haunt a class of Uber drivers who wanted to litigate a class action misclassification […]