Between the 18,000 people who will lose their positions at Microsoft and the Nokia X devices that will be forced to adopt Windows Phone instead of using Android.
One morning last month, a group of job seekers gathered in a cool basement meeting room under a Washington condominium to hear a talk and share stories.
Ban the box has gone viral. And while the removal of this little check box has potentially made life easier for job seekers with a criminal past, it has created much confusion and frustration for employers. If you haven’t been in the loop, “ban the box” is the catchy phrase that refers to removal of […]
For business graduates, job placement appears to be on par with last year, if not slightly better, and salaries are holding firm.
Maybe there’s no such thing as the perfect resume — but you can get close by doing these 8 things.
These American cities defy the gender wage gap, but is it enough?
Sometimes practical lessons work best when it comes to social recruiting. So we asked around on one of our favorite G+ social media communities about how people use social media to recruit. Laurel Lindsay, Founder of The New Media Group in Western Canada was kind enough to give us some great answers.Â
The average job seeker has access to multiple devices throughout the day. That doesn’t make these multi-screen candidates distracted candidates, however.
Many employees hate commuting to jobs they otherwise love. Employers can save big money allowing them to work happily from home.
Summer vacation is a great time for employees to recharge, but it leaves you short staffed. These employee vacation time preparation tips will help.
Wanted Technologies brings talent supply and demand products into Canada. .
Your social recruiting strategy was designed to help you weed out bad candidates. Could it be having the reverse effect?
Your next job application could require a social media background check. Odds are, you have no clue what that means. Nobody does. It’s new and scary and probably scours the Web for pictures of you puking on the beach.
Silicon Valley’s green horn high school interns are raking in a lot more dough than the average San Franciscan.