Recruiters and sourcers are panicked about the changes on LinkedIn. It started with limiting free access to candidates and now there are rumors of recruiters ending up in LinkedIn jail for using Google Chrome extensions to ferret out contact information. The site, smartly in many ways, continues to find alternatives for monetization, and typically that […]
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A list of the 14 top recruitment blogs you must read to stay on top of the news and opinions in the recruiting and staffing industry
Temp recruitment platform 51Diangu.com (点雇网) has announced that it has secured 6 million RMB ($895,000 U.S.) in an angel investment round from Hangzhou-based Bangshi Capital (帮实资本).
Journalist Kari Paul wrote an article in Vice about how creepy it was when Facebook’s analytics decided she was depressed and started feeding her ads on depression. Creepy yes, but if you’re interested in analytics you must have a little guilty curiosity as to whether similar analytics could be used to monitor employee mood.
Listening to the old library, the song One Tribe came on, and after being at #SourceConATL last night, it made me smile.
Are you looking to improve employee productivity in your organization? If so, you’ve probably done a lot of research and realized that this performance management consideration is a dynamic field.
This week on T3 I take a look at brand awareness solution HR Marketer. I became aware of HR Marketer through their tireless Vice President, Ronda Taylor. If you haven’t met Ronda and you’re in the HR and Talent Technology industry, and you’re in marketing, you’re doing it wrong. Reach out to her! Tell her […]
I don’t conduct as many interviews these days, having moved a few degrees of separation away from the actual screening process on which we all cut our teeth. But on the occasion where I do have the opportunity to engage in an interview, there’s a 100% chance I’ll lob my pet question at the interviewee: […]
The world’s top job search engine Indeed.com, which attracted 270 million visits in July (source: Similarweb.com), announced this year’s third office move in the U.S.. This time it leased a 44,631-sq ft office in Russell Investments Center, downtown Seattle D.C..
The fast-growing Chinese recruitment site BOSS Zhipin (BOSS 直聘) has become caught up in a severe public relations backlash after it was revealed that criminals are using the platform to lure users into situations that end in entrapment and even murder.
You look around the office in two weeks, and suddenly, without warning, everyone is gone. Or perhaps you’re hearing from managers that an unusual number of employees have just asked for the same time off.
When I discuss employee engagement, one of the main points I generally preach is that employee engagement and employee empowerment go hand-in-hand. People simply do not engage with things that they don’t feel control over or ownership of! According to SHRM, 70% of employees rank being empowered to take action at work when a problem or opportunity arises […]
A political firestorm has erupted at Google over a 10-page memo by a software engineer challenging the company’s diversity efforts, declaring that biology and not society explains why there are so few women in tech and leadership.