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Q&A: How technology is changing recruitment Special

The process of recruitment is being challenged and changed by the use of new technologies. Such technologies are also part of a change of approach where firms need to go out to attract top talent rather than expecting people to seek out the firm.

Companies must rethink their recruitment strategy: Interview Special

Millennials have become the largest part of the U.S. workforce, and by 2025 will make up three-fourths of a workplace that will be over 40 percent mobile. This means Companies have to rethink their assumptions about what matters most to employees.

WOS Digital, a platform to connect companies with new talent

The application of digital technology is affecting how businesses operate and also how many firms are recruiting and retaining employees. One such example is Workforce Opportunity Services, which has launched a new platform.

Trump campaign against bureaucracy alarms federal workers

Washington - A hiring freeze. Curbs on communications. Denunciations of "waste, fraud and abuse." US officials are alarmed by the launch of President Donald Trump's drive to rein in the federal bureaucracy.

What to look for when you’re hiring a data analytics manager

Few jobs today typify the “knowledge economy” as does the role of a data analytics professional. Learn how to hire one of these rare specialists.

China insurance official asked JPMorgan's Dimon for job 'favor': NYT

China's top insurance regulator directly asked JPMorgan Chase & Co <JPM.N> CEO Jamie Dimon to hire a family friend as a "favor", The New York Times reported, citing a confidential email.

Ford hiring more than 1,000 due to demand of F-series truck

Ford is facing more demand for the F-Series trucks, and now the company will be adding a third shift, as well as hiring more than a thousand new workers at their final assembly plant.

FedEx to hire 20,000 extra workers for 2011 holiday season

Memphis - FedEx said this week the company plans to hire an additional 20,000 seasonal employees for the holidays. The new hires will help handle the anticipated increased volume the shipping company expects to see during the 2011 holiday season.

Op-Ed: No recession in tech industry

"It's pretty crazy, actually. It's the right time to be studying computer science." Stanford junior Feross Aboukhadijeh's words sting "would've, could've, should've" irony into many his elder, yet Feross's generation takes an optimistic head-first plunge.

McDonald's takes aim at 'McJob' with U.S. hiring spree

McDonald's, the fast food giant, announced on Monday that they are going to do their spring hiring in one shot in the U.S.

Geithner says U.S. employers too cautious to help economy

Washington - Timothy F. Geithner, U.S. Treasury Secretary made the Sunday TV talk-show circuit today, speaking of jobs, home ownership and tax cuts for the wealthy.

Six-figure Salary Jobs Nobody Wants

Despite a depressingly tight job market, many corporate executives are saying "Thanks, but no thanks" to some lucrative jobs.

DIGG Jobs, An Open Call To Fill Positions At DIGG.com

DIGG.com opens it's doors to the community, literally.

Parental Consent in Hiring Decisions

Some multinational employers in India's rapidly globalized economy have sought an edge in recruiting and retaining talented people--by wooing the whole family.

Barbara Walters sets the records straight about Rosie and Trump

Walters said on "The View" today "she never told Trump she didn't want O'Donnell on the show as earlier stated by Trump."

White House Backs Off On Religious Groups' Hiring Of Gays

WASHINGTON – In a fresh controversy over President Bush's "faith-based initiative," the White House backed away from a proposal that would have allowed religious groups to receive federal funds even if they discriminated against gays and lesbians. ..
 

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