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Google for Jobs launches in Austria

Google for Jobs (G4J), the internet giant’s job search tool, has launched in Austria with Google cooperating with numerous partners, including Xing, academics.at and local newspaper Der Standard.  

When will Google stop breaking our hearts?

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Google Announces Return to Office, JLee Gets Invite from Gary V…

In episode 44 of The HR Famous Podcast, long-time HR leaders (and friends) Tim Sackett, Kris Dunn and Jessica Lee come together in the new year to discuss Gary V requesting to connect with Jessica on LinkedIn, the CHRO move of the week, and Google calling their employees back into the office (eventually).  Listen below (click this link if you don’t see the player) and be sure to subscribe, rate,…

Google Job Listings: 3 Common Mistakes to Avoid

Read Time1 Minute, 1 Second Google for Jobs (GFJ) is one of the best platforms for both employers and job seekers alike to post and find open positions. However, Google job listings aren’t the easiest things to set up. Unlike other job boards, GFJ is free and allows for great optimization of your listings in order to get them in front of the audience …

How Google Job Search Is More Helpful Than Other Job Listing Sites

Read Time1 Minute, 1 Second There are many job search and job posting websites and platforms available to jobseekers and employers today. The sheer number can be daunting. How does the power of Google job search compare? For many people on both sides of the employment spectrum, it’s hard to know which platforms are the best to use. Which sites will create the most…

[InSights] When will Google stop breaking our hearts?

Read Time48 Second Welcome to InSights, the staffing podcast designed to help staffing specialists and recruiters maximize their content marketing, social recruiting, employer branding, and digital marketing.   EPISODE 51 SEGMENTS: Is Linkedin’s algorithm making it impossible to share content? A thought on Position 0 on google… Stuck in an annual job board contract? Matt explains why you should switch to a flexible, monthly budget  …

Why You Need to Write for Your Reader, Not for Google

Read Time2 Minute, 2 Second In order for something to rank on Google, Google’s algorithm needs to deem your blog post or page better than the other results. As anyone who has ever tried getting anything ranked on Google knows, their algorithm is constantly changing and is updated at least 500 times a year. Yes, Google’s algorithm changes at least once a day. Now,…

Google Moves to Annual Performance Reviews (e31 of The HR Famous Podcast)

In episode 31 of The HR Famous Podcast, long-time HR leaders (and friends) Tim Sackett, Kris Dunn and Jessica Lee discuss Google’s move to a very uncool/unhip annual performance review cycle (called a “perf” which is dangerously close to bad stuff), David Blaine’s recent dangerous endeavor, and the latest CHRO move of the week involving IBM’s new HR leader. Listen (click this link if you don’t see the player) and be…

Google For Jobs: How to post jobs that get seen on Google For Jobs

Google For Jobs: How to post jobs that get seen on Google For Jobs In 2017, Google announced a new search feature to make finding jobs when searching Google quick and easy for job candidates. This search feature uses structured data to displays jobs from career sites and will display these jobs in job seekers’ search results. If your jobs are optimized with the…

Recruitment Tips: How to Post on Google for Jobs

As the world’s top search engine, Google is the go-to platform when it comes to any type of online search. Recipes, questions, blog articles, and, of course, job searches. So, if you’re an employer looking for recruitment tips, start at Google. Seventy three percent of job seekers start their search on Google. It’s crucial that you get your job advertisements on Google for Jobs…

How to Use Google Search Console to Help Improve Search Engine Rankings for Your Content

Google Search Console is a free tool for webmasters that can be set up on your website. It offers a collection of great tools and information, including: Overall site performance Total search clicks Total search appearances How many URLs are indexed by Google Website issues Pages with potential errors URLs/pages with opportunity for improvement Mobile usability Speed External and Internal Links Overview of what…

Google for Jobs launches in Netherlands

Google for Jobs (G4J) has launched in the Netherlands just as the country is facing rising unemployment. The country’s unemployment rate is expected to surge 4.4% this year and 7% next year due to the pandemic. In 2019, only 3.4% of the population was unemployed.

Understanding Google Schema on Google for Jobs: What It Is and Why It Isn’t Working

Google for Jobs (GFJ) launched in 2017 aimed to seamlessly connect job seekers with companies with open roles. The goal was to create a platform that would aggregate job postings and job advertisements from job boards, ATSs, RMPs, and other career websites in one place to make Google for Jobs for employers and job seekers the best platform for their search. While the platform…

Google for Jobs Ranking Signals: The Top 6 and How to Improve on Them

Google for Jobs (GFJ) launched in 2017 with the goal of creating the go-to platform for job postings for employers and employees alike. This is a Google product, though, so similar to Google’s search engine, where the job postings appear on a search depends on the optimization of those posts.  Search engine optimization supports a whole industry dedicated to improving the Google rankings of…