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72 Percent of Online Job Seekers Visit Indeed
blog.indeed.com

Indeed, the number one job site worldwide, takes the top spot in the Career Resources category traffic in the US according to 2013 year-end desktop data released by comScore.

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Should you pay for remote employees to use a co-working space?
www.monsterthinking.com

Remote employees have flexibility, but may miss out on the benefits of working side-by-side with others.

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U.S. work-life balance ranks poorly on Better Life Index
www.sfgate.com

Americans work longer hours, have fewer vacation days and leisure hours, and spend as much or more time cooking, cleaning and caring for family as their international counterparts. Maternity leave in the U.S. is typically unpaid and generally 12 weeks long, which is shorter than average for Index countries, although some states, including California, have […]

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Swing and Miss: How Not to Strike Out With Recruiters
blog.rivs.com

Managers and recruiters don’t always see eye-to-eye, but keeping the lines of communication open are essential to hiring success.

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LinkedIn is doing what Facebook, Google, and Twitter cannot: expanding in China
qz.com

The only major American social network with a significant presence in China is LinkedIn. And that presence is about to get much bigger, the company hopes, after it today switches on a beta version of a mainland China-focused, Chinese-language site. Unlike Google, Facebook, and Twitter, generally blocked by the country’s government LinkedIn is OK.

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Social Resume of the Day
profile.careercloud.com

The Social Resume for April Walker in Charlotte, North Carolina Area. A social resume is a collection of social media profiles.

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3 Reasons It Pays to Have a One Page Resume
blog.careercloud.com

While skimming the blogosphere, I stumbled upon a career experts recent post where he advised that sticking to a one-page resume is an old-school rule that NO jobseeker should follow regardless of…

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You’re Writing Job Descriptions for the Wrong Audience
www.mindfieldgroup.com

Writing job descriptions that break down a generic role into unique subcategories can drastically reduce your time to hire and save your recruitment team money.

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Why is Max Levchin against hiring managers?
www.quora.com

Experience showed me time and again that many strong, already-cohesive teams almost subconsciously put new managers through an “earn your stripes” period where trust and confidence in the newly-installed leader is tested and, hopefully, built up.

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Recruiting Innovation: Diamonds in the Rough
www.imomentous.com

A few weeks ago I spoke with some recruiting folks about recruiting innovation and creating higher levels of engagement and a better candidate experience.

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Head of Cleveland Job Bank Writes Scathing Emails to Local Job Seekers
www.clevescene.com

If you’re not one of Kelly Blazek’s 960+ LinkedIn connections or have not been granted approval to subscribe to her bi-monthly, hand-selected Cleveland Job Bank House emails, perhaps you, dear job seeker, know her from a scathing email she sent you after you reached out in hopes of connecting with the self-described job listings “mother” […]

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Playing Games With Candidates Might Help You Hire
ht.ly

Gamification has been a hot topic for a while, and with the advent of games disguised as personality tests, it’s now making its way into the recruitment process. Is using games for hiring considered brilliant, or just downright creepy?

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The Biggest Staffing Challenges Employers Are Facing
thehiringsite.careerbuilder.com

Most U.S. employers and small business owners don’t feel like the recession is behind them. See what staffing challenges keep them up at night.

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The High Cost of Workplace Bullying
thehiringsite.careerbuilder.com

Workplace bullying is in the spotlight once again. Workplace bullying doesn’t just affect the victims. It also has costly business ramifications as well.

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