Mistakes to avoid when looking for that seasonal job.
Malawi start-up jobs site pushes for more revenue with pay-only services for employers. The services include online job advertising, vetted staff, CV search and reference checks. The post Myjobo begins offering only paid services for employers appeared first on AIM Group.
As the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s fiscal year was coming to a close, the agency filed a slew of discrimination lawsuits. One that caught my eye involves an employer that allegedly rescinded an offer of employment once it found out the individual was using prescription drugs to treat his prior heroin addiction.
A rich compensation mix encompasses much more than base pay alone, there are bonuses, incentives, benefits and much more to consider. Together, all these pay elements create a total rewards package for employees.
Starbucks – it’s a great company. Examples: –Marketing – they made me pay 3 bucks for a cup of coffee (check). –Employee Love – they hire well, and they take care of employees through things like full tuition aid (check). –Training – their Baristas know what they are doing, and… Wait a second. Can I […]
Found Careers (at Found.careers), an Australian start-up, rolled out a campaign of LinkedIn ads to capitalize on growing discontent in the recruitment industry over the association job site Seek (ASX: SEK) has with Onploy, a start-up that connects job seekers directly with employers. The post Start-up goes after Seek with LinkedIn ads appeared first on […]
InfoJobs.net, the long-time leader in Spain’s online recruitment market, launched a campaign to position itself as a career builder, a move that differentiates it from its mobile competitors, such as JobToday, CornerJob and JobAndTalent. The post InfoJobs seeks new role as career builder appeared first on AIM Group.
Thousands of recruiters descended on Nashville this week to attend Talent Connect, LinkedIn’s annual conference. It’s a chance for LinkedIn’s most loyal users to come together and network, learn new ideas, and get an update on the company and its future.
In part one we covered people and different talent acquisition structures. In part two, we went into some depth around optimal process and operational governance.
If only there was a silver bullet for leaders….
Sourcing from home is a dream come true for many. There is something about not having to take a shower before “going into work” that appeals to the inner sloth in us all. While it is true, certain freedoms are created via a work from home lifestyle, in turn, new boundaries have to be established.
LinkedIn made a pretty major product announcement today at their annual Talent Connect conference. By the way, no one talks about this, but quietly Talent Connect has become the single largest Talent Acquisition Conference on the planet! SHRM National (HR) has 15,000+, HR Technology Conference will go 6,000+, Talent Connect I heard was around 3,000+! […]
I’m writing a book on Talent Acquisition. You can buy it in April of 2018. It’s due to the publisher on October 31. I’m almost done and finishing up the chapter on Employment Branding and Recruitment Marketing. It’s a hot topic right now in the TA space. Like most stuff I write, I try to […]
Storytime. What had happened was… There was this candidate who lied about never having previously applied to the company before the recruiter submitted him. The hiring manager came back to the recruiter saying, “This guy has applied 7 other times and we denied him. Not interested.” All while making the recruiter look dumb to the […]