Surprise: San Francisco, New York and Washington make the list.
Is your LinkedIn recruiting strategy optimized for mobile devices? If not, you could be losing up to 40% of LinkedIn’s visitors.
So, why the reports of demise? Because many get stuck on the original job board format without realizing that the job board industry has changed. Yesterday’s job boards offered a place to post static content that would expire after a period of time. Today’s job boards are much more dynamic.
Jobs in the solar industry are heating up and grew by nearly 20 percent in 2013, according to a report.
In early 2005, as demand for Silicon Valley engineers began booming, Apple’s Steve Jobs sealed a secret and illegal pact with Google’s Eric Schmidt to artificially push their workers wages lower by…
With the unemployment rate set to finally plummet toward pre-recession levels, some economists think 2014 is beginning to shape up as the Year of the Raise. For millions of workers, it’s about time.
If your employees aren’t actively participating, you don’t have much of an employee referral program. You need them to be engaged and participating in order to maximize the ROI for your program. Here are 3 things you must do to keep your employees engaged:
When it comes to hiring, are you asking the right questions or simply going through the motions?
Jobvite released a report today on hiring patterns in the tech industry which found that Google, Microsoft, Cisco, and Apple have lost their luster for many employees.
How to find popular people on Twitter is the topic on this episode of The Jim Stroud Show. Pay attention because it moves pretty fast. / Follow Jim Stroud on Twitter
It’s pivotal for organizations to understand and embrace Gen Y’s diverse characteristics, as they will represent 75% of the workforce by 2025.
Google Plus has been ignored, ridiculed and abused by recruiters the world over. I regularly get told that G+ is……. “A waste of time”, “No candidates on there”, “No-one uses it”, “Not another waste of time social network.”
The statistics show an 8.7 per cent rise in the number of graduate vacancies, taking employment levels back to where they were in 2007, the year before the recession began to bite.