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How Google Is Using People Analytics to Completely Reinvent HR
www.tlnt.com

First of two parts If you haven’t seen it in the news, after its stock price broke the $800 barrier last month, Google moved into the No. 3 position among the most valuable firms.

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Social Is Mobile When It Comes to Recruiting
www.imomentous.com

Social is mobile. Social recruiting efforts without a mobile presence could be reaching only half of your targeted job seekers.

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5 Improvements HR Managers Must Make in 2014
www.mindfieldgroup.com

The top 5 improvements HR Managers can make in 2014 to strengthen their workforces and retain the best talent.

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5 Tools for Taking Your Site Mobile in 2014
www.recruitingblogs.com

In case you haven’t noticed yet, the web is going mobile. More and more users are surfing your staffing or career site from their mobile phones and looking at…

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Let’s Leave Parents Out of Talent Strategy | RIVS
blog.rivs.com

In a recent article for the Harvard Business Review Blog Network, Karie Willyerd argues that parents are the key to recruiting Millennials.

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What’€™s the trick with these corporate recruiting videos?
qandidate.com

Corporate recruiting videos can be a great to show more of your employer brand. But it has to be done nicely. We really love the corporate recruiting videos from the big brands, which are almost Spielberg productions, but we also love the ones, which are done by the intern with the phone camera in the […]

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Here is What America’s Workforce Will Look Like in 2014
www.thestreet.com

From full time to part time, we’ve got the skinny on the staffing trends you should know before you send out resumes in the coming months.

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Potential surge in retirement has employers increasingly concerned
www.planadviser.com

A growing number of employers are expressing concern that a rise in the rate of retirement could leave them shorthanded in key, hard-to-fill positions, according to a survey by outplacement company Challenger, Gray & Christmas. “Simply because more workers expect to remain employed beyond the traditional retirement age of 65 does not mean they will,” […]

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Case Study: Take Your Career Site Mobile
www.careercloud.com

Are you a staffing firm that needs a mobile refresh of your main site? How about employers who need to convert their career site to a mobile friendly design? Well CareerCloud can help. We now offer Mobile Site Conversions exclusively for staffing firms and employer career sites.

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13 states raising pay for minimum-wage workers
www.usatoday.com

Thirteen states will raise minimum wages at the start of 2014, and 11 others are expected to consider similar moves next year.

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Retirement readiness of employees is a growing benefits issue
www.businessinsurance.com

Employers are paying increasing attention to the retirement readiness of their workers as they become more aware of the drawbacks of relying on a defined contribution plan as a sole retirement vehicle. “That’s what’s driving things like adding auto-enrollment and auto-escalation, target date funds and annuity options,” says Alan Glickstein, senior retirement consultant at Towers […]

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The Rise Of The Part-Time Economy In One Chart
www.businessinsider.com

America’s labor market has undergone all kinds of transformations following the Great Recession.

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New California laws try to help employees, immigrants
www.santacruzsentinel.com

As California’s economy recovers, the Democrats who control the state Legislature put a priority on assisting more vulnerable workers with some of the laws taking effect in the new year.

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Large companies’ innovative benefits programs help midsize firms expand offerings
www.businessinsurance.com

Large employers offer many innovative benefits programs that midsize firms may want to consider, Joanne Wojcik writes, citing full-replacement consumer-driven health plans and self-funded health benefits. “While large employers have effectively used their strong benefits to attract the best and brightest, midsize employers can compete if they know what they are up against,” Wojcik writes.

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