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With Chad in Europe for the next 3 weeks, Cheese pulls a Lionel Richie and goes solo, talkin’ news and opinion on Microsoft’s acquisition of GitHub. Who are the winner and losers?
The survey gathered data from 750 recruiters, among them HR employees and other employees responsible for hiring in the U.S. and U.K.
LinkedIn just released their top startups to work for list, based on their internal data. Per the release, “To put the list together, we analyzed billions of interactions between professionals and companies that were founded less than 10 years ago and received at least one round of VC funding. Our goal was to determine which […]
RNN sits down with Chad & Cheese’s Joel Cheesman to talk about his latest venture: Poach.
Heading into January, the boys are covering a wide variety of topics, which is nice for what’s normally a slow news period. Partnerships are the name of the game in the new recruiting ecosystem.
This didn’t get kicked up in the HR blogosphere too much and I was surprised, but it was released during the holidays and, let’s face it, we really don’t care about social equality if it effects our time off. Twitter recently named its new Diversity Chief, and it’s a white guy! That isn’t sitting well with […]
Generating leads advertising via mobile devices has historically been a challenge for marketers. Users are hesitant to click an advertisement that takes them off an app or site they’re visiting. And for good reason, as landing pages tend to be slow, and some aren’t even optimized for mobile, making users pinch and squeeze their
The brave new world of smartphones and geotargeting has introduced a wide variety of ways to microtarget job candidates. Facebook, for example, lets companies target visitors based on local market, down to the latitude and longitude.
A new survey finds that only 19 percent of employees globally perceive a strong match between how their employer represents itself and what they experience.
Up until about 2008, the employment industry was abuzz about job sites running ad spots during the Super Bowl. Monster and CareerBuilder were regulars in those days …