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U.S. Companies See Social Media As A Prime Source for Hires

America’s recruiting leaders say their top priority this year is finding and hiring highly-skilled workers, and the places they’re turning to find them with increasing urgency are social …

How A Great Google Workplace Turned Into A ‘Nightmare’

After speaking with a number of sources, some of whom worked in Google’s Zagat division for the past year or so, we have a story that answers those questions.

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Most Americans hate their jobs, Gallup finds

A whopping 70 percent of U.S. workers say they are €œnot engaged€ or are actively disengaged€ with their work.

Save Launches Job Platform for Pretty Candidates – Gag Me!

While we’re appalled by the “pretty people” focus of this new New York City-based global job platform,’s recruitment service , launched recently, might garner some interest from employers.  We wonder, however, if the U.S. Dept. of Labor might also take note of who is trying to hire based on looks, and the visibility of such […]

Introducing TheLadders Mobile App

At the beginning of the year, we started working on our first native iOS app in our mission to transform TheLadders into a mobile-first company. Considering the astounding number of consumers who own and use mobile devices to perform everyday tasks, it is not surprising that conducting a job search and corresponding with recruiters would […]

Save is Battling Executive Turnover

At least eleven Fab executives have quit or been fired in the past year as well, including the company’s former CMO.

Save’s Best Places to Work for Work-Life Balance

At Indeed, we have unique insights and data on work-life balance. People not only find more jobs on Indeed than anywhere else, they also read and submit more reviews than on any other employer revi…

How a College Student Used LinkedIn Advertising to Land an Internship

Villanova University freshman Nicolette Weinbaum is spending her summer working as an intern at a tech company in New York City, thanks to an ad she placed for herself on LinkedIn.

Mobile Recruiting [Webinar]

Today more than 30% of job searches are being initiated on mobile, and it is increasing every month. Talent Acquisition Leaders must evaluate systems and processes to determine how they will address the mobile trend. By now we all know that creating a mobile optimized career site is no longer an option. Find out how […]

How Much Does Apple Pay Employees?

Today’s rapidly changing business world requires successful human resources managers and financial executives to stay informed. With helpful topics like compensation management, employee retention and talent management, Compensation Today helps keep you up-to-date.

Older Workers are Still In-Demand and Productive

The Brookings Institute study “Is an Aging Workforce Less Productive?” shows older workers, which the report defined as those between the ages of 65 to 74 are being better compensated than their younger workers. Older men are making on average 22% more, while older women make 10% more than younger colleagues

10 Coolest Outdoor Jobs for Summer

While many of us may be stuck working indoors and within cubicle walls, there are some jobs out there that allow you to discover if the grass is really greener on the other side. We compiled a list of ten jobs that we think sound like a fun way to earn a paycheck, see the […]

More workers anticipate raise but many see job security eroding

U.S. workers are more optimistic about increased salaries and benefits in the near future and more fearful they will be made irrelevant or be required to do more work for the same pay, according to the most recent Harris Poll Jobs and Benefits Security Index. Of the respondents, 32% saw a pay raise in the […]

Entry-Level Applicants Are Pretty Much Useless

A survey among U.S. adults age 18 to 34 found that 80% of workers believe they are “job ready and possess all the skills, experience and education needed to advance in their desired career path or obtain their next job.” Yet 40% of U.S. employers say most entry-level job candidates lack even the basic skills […]