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Employers Have a New Ad Platform to Checkout
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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.

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LinkedIn Introduces Lead Generation Forms for its Mobile App Advertisers
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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

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Banks look at new ways to recruit recent graduates
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One program offers hires a year off to work on service projects.

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This Startup Hopes to Crush Upwork and Freelancer, One Text at a Time
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Popular sites like Upwork are bringing freelancers and companies together. LinkedIn is getting into the game with Profounder. It’s definitely trending.

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Will employers still ask for Facebook passwords in 2014?
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Without federal legislation, employers might as well as colleges and universities are continuing to pry into the personal lives of their employees and students.

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Purple Squirrel | TextRecruit | Facebook | Period Leave | Talentegy | Automation | Hire Daily
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This week, HR’s most dangerous podcast takes on a variety of topics, starting with “period leave,” avoiding most of the landmines this topic invites and much, much more.

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Ratedly Launches Solution for Ad Agencies
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Ratedly, the app that automates the process of monitoring anonymous employee complaint websites, announces the launch of its recruitment advertising agency solution. Agencies can access the new product at http://agency.ratedly.com. “We knew a product for ad agencies would have to be developed soon after we launched the company,” said Ratedly founder Joel Cheesman. “Big employers […]

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5 Types of Toxic Employee Behavior and What You Can Do About It
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Toxic employee behavior can wreak havoc on your business and bottom line.  Whether you think there are problem employees working at your company or you just want to learn how to spot the behavior, here are some traits to look for and what you can do when one of your employees is bringing down the […]

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CareerBliss Announces Its 50 Happiest Companies for 2020
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After compiling more than 250,000 independent employee reviews from companies around the United States, CareerBliss announces the 10th annual CareerBliss 50 Happiest Companies in America.

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Here’s What Glassdoor Got Wrong With Their New Diversity and Inclusion Ratings
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Last week, popular employee review site Glassdoor unveiled a new rating system for companies, which gives a score based on how diverse and inclusive the organization is. Employees to rate how satisfied they are with diversity and inclusion at their current or former company, based on a 5-point scale.

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Mum’s the Word as DirectEmployers Replaces Executive Director Michael Goldberg After 4 Months
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Wow, that was fast. Michael Goldberg took over as executive director of DirectEmployers on November 7, 2016. ‘Along with his enthusiasm and desire to innovate, he brings over 25 years of human resources and talent acquisition strategy experience to the Association,’ the company announced in a release at the time.

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Private sector adds 156,000 jobs in April vs. 195,000 expected
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Economists polled by Reuters expected the number to come in at 195,000. In March, private payrolls were revised down 6,000 to 194,000.

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St. Louis jobseeker mailed feces to companies that failed to hire him
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Rather than simply grumble to himself or complain to others, a St. Louis man aggrieved by a company’s failure to hire him took another approach. Jevons Brown packaged up cat feces and sent it through the mail.

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