In April, LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner went on CNBC and discussed new skills gap data LinkedIn published on the current state of the job market. In the interview, Weiner detailed the most in-demand skills for today’s workforce. Unsurprisingly, digital skills and knowledge of programming languages ranked high on LinkedIn’s list. But the other skills in […]
I didn’t anticipate that Anthony Bourdain’s suicide last week would have any impact on me. I loved watching his show. I love to cook, but I don’t consider myself a foodie. I love to travel, but I don’t consider myself worldly. Anthony allowed me to be a foodie and worldly from the comfort of my […]
You know what a “full-stack” developer is, right? Whether you do or not, you know that when you hear those words, you’re dealing with an expert. Full-stack developers know that there are many layers to developing software. They’re masters of many of those layers, and they know how all the layers work together. How about […]
The other day I watched a Facebook live of a recruiting pro panel talking about AI and chatbots and the impact on recruiting. One guy said they were coming to take away recruiters jobs. Another gal compared it to letting a robot write your legal documents so you don’t have to talk to an attorney. […]
Japanese staffing firm DIP Corp. has adopted eight tech start-ups for the fifth batch of its accelerator program, artificial intelligence venture support system (at AINow.ai/Accelerator). The post DIP Corp. adopts eight start-ups appeared first on AIM Group.
Incruit.com, a leading jobs site in South Korea, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with state-owned Statistics Korea to jointly conduct research to build and analyze the jobs database in the country. The post Incruit signs MoU with Statistics Korea appeared first on AIM Group.
I had the opportunity to interview to Chris Russell from RecTeh Media on the future state of recruitment marketing. He’s certainly a master in employment branding and I was really impressed by my conversations with him over the phone. I hope you enjoy this interview! How did you get into recruitment marketing? I got…
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. (PRWEB) JUNE 07, 2018 Homebase, the trusted software local business owners rely on to help them organize, schedule shifts, and track time for their hourly teams, today launches Homebase Hiring. The launch couldn’t come at a better time; with the unemployment rate at a 17-year low, local businesses now finally have the tools they need to compete […]
Elon Musk doesn’t believe in employee communication. Well, at least not in the traditional sense of the term.
I came across an old SHRM article yesterday titled, “Why Hiring Is Taking So Long—and What HR Can Do About It?”, As I made my way through the article, I almost cried tears of validation. As the SHRM article points out, “The most common impasse occurs when candidates’ resumes sit untouched in a hiring manager’s inbox.” For […]
Three weeks ago, I was invited to pitch to a group of investors on behalf of a potential client: a Series B Silicon Valley startup. Our job, as the client’s recruiting partner, was to convey to the investor that hiring 200 employees (mostly engineers) was doable within six months (by Dec 2018). In short, it […]
The gig economy is smaller than we think. Or maybe, it’s how we think of the gig economy that has resulted in estimates that a third of the workforce are part of it and that 57 million people earned money freelancing last year.
The HR function has habitually been criticized for being sluggish and pedantic in terms of its role within an organization. Frustrations abound among disgruntled/dissatisfied employees who see the HR function as the enforcer of leadership mandates while being unable, incapable or hapless in alleviating their concerns.