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After Jobs is Google People Search Next?
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Now that Google’s job search intentions are known, can people search be far behind? Searching for candidates is now a major part of recruiting. Being ‘Googled’ is a right of passage for many that apply and Google is often the starting point for sourcers. Therefore I think it makes sense that Google eventually tries to […]

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JobMount Now Offers Career Sites as a Product
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Sites powered by JobMount can now offer branded career sites as part of their offering. This news comes on the heels of Indeed’s recent career site announcement

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Apollo Global Management buys majority of CareerBuilder
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The deal to buy CareerBuilder is done — but it didn’t go down quite as expected. Apollo Global Management took the lead, but the old owners – Tegna, Tribune and McClatchy – still own 24 percent.

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LinkedIn Is Set to Shut Down Groups API – Does This Matter?
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A few months ago, LinkedIn announced that as of July 2017, it would no longer support the LinkedIn Groups API. According to LinkedIn, “This means you will no longer be able to access content from or share content to, a LinkedIn Group through external platforms. Your continued use of LinkedIn Groups must be performed natively […]

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Investment Group Buys Majority Share In CareerBuilder
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A Canadian pension fund and private equity firm Apollo Global Management announced today they are buying a majority share of CareerBuilder. The price was not disclosed, but various calculations put the cash value between $600 million and $654 million.

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Majority Share In CareerBuilder Sold to Investment Group
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A Canadian pension fund and private equity firm Apollo Global Management announced today that is buying a majority share of CareerBuilder. The price was not disclosed, but various calculations put the cash value between $600 million and $654 million.

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How Big Is Your Hotel Room? Measuring your HR Influence! #SHRM17
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Just got off the spring HR conference season, although it seems like the HR/TA conference season is now never ending. It used to be the conference season for HR and TA conferences were spring and fall, with the one outlier being SHRM National at the end of June. Now, you can go to a conference […]

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Germany’s newest niche job portals
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Job sites targeting industries or jobseeker audiences are more popular than ever.

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It’s Been 20 Years…Where Is Online Sourcing Now?
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It’s interesting as a working mother when pivotal career moments time with my children.  My middle child was the impetus for my career in sourcing.  I had been testing the water of online sourcing, digging into chat rooms, religiously using Online Career Center, and had some marked success in hiring Applications and Sales Engineers for […]

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Comscore: Glassdoor fastest growing U.S. jobs site
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Glassdoor is pretty pleased about the latest Comscore rankings which showed Glassdoor increasing an average of 28 percent per month since January, compared to the same period last year.

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Glassdoor Claims #2 Traffic Spot Among Job Sites
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Based on unique users, custom job list sites and the % Change Media Trend Report by comScore Glassdoor now claims 45 million monthly uniques. Indeed.com is

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This Flowchart Tells You Which Fictional Boss You Are
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Are you more of a Liz Lemon, an Olivia Pope, or a Dumbledore?

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Internal Mobility Programs Benefit Both the Company and the Employee
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Internal mobility is one of the trickiest issues to navigate. More specifically, how can employees tactfully discuss the possibility of changing departments with a manager; and how can managers properly address the employee’s interest in making that change?

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Company Chaplains: Help In a Crisis
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My first experience in workplace crisis, non-combat related, officially occurred in the spring of 2012. I had scheduled a mid-week meeting with a safety officer, who I will call Mike. It was a 9:30 a.m. meeting, yet by 9:40 Mike still had not arrived.

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