Remember Base? It goes back roughly 10 years and represents this company’s first attempt at providing classified information vertically to users of the popular search engine. It failed.
The Simply Hired eulogy is making the rounds this week. In case you missed it, the job search engine that launched around the same time as Indeed is calling it quits. Another news flash: Indeed won.
Anonymous employee review web sites like Glassdoor, In Her Sight and Kununu should take note of Yik Yak’s demise, because they could be next.
Monster being acquired last month led to the following question: “What’s going to happen to CareerBuilder now?” The answer is becoming clearer now.
Glassdoor recently had its summit in San Francisco. It’s a good time to appreciate success, as well as think about the challenges that may lie ahead.
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The unemployment rate is at notable low levels of 3.7% as of August 2019. These low rates make competition for talent fierce. Businesses are turning to employer branding to increase their probability of a kill. They perceive a strong employer brand as a necessity for attracting, engaging, and retaining top talent.
Recruiting and hiring while the nation struggles to recover from the coronavirus pandemic is HR professionals’ top concern going into 2021, according to new research.
Snap Spectacles stand right at the vortex of employer branding and user-generated content, making it a unique opportunity for employers to attract talent.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is not going to let LinkedIn’s acquisition of $26 billion go unnoticed. Oh, it’s on like Donkey Kong, baby!
Companies who do the math will likely find that farming new knowledge workers and cultivating a healthy employment ecosystem is well worth the investment.
SimplyHired may be the talk of the town, but here’s what else is up.
Previous research said Facebook stalking was an effective way to review job applicants. New research suggests otherwise.