LinkedIn Corp., the social network for job seekers and recruiters, is forecasting slower growth this year amid confusing jargon, fueling fears among investors that its go-go, high-growth days are behind it.
In the latest development regarding the H-2B visa program, Congress has blocked several provisions put forward by the Department of Labor that aimed to increase regulation on employers of seasonal immigrant workers.
Companies that want to increase the diversity of their workforce and eliminate intentional or unconscious bias from their recruiting process may try "blind hiring" techniques to help prevent discrimination when considering applicants.
A Silicon Valley-based venture capital firm that was an early entrant in China says it will continue to bet on Internet- and mobile technology-driven businesses in the country, despite concerns that market turmoil will affect private fundraising this year.
Susan Heathfield, an HR and management consultant, discussed the key components of job offers, potential traps in the process, and what HR can learn about a candidate at this final stage of the recruitment cycle.
Like a 21st-century Alexis de Tocqueville, the Boston Globe’s Christopher Muther traversed the continent to see what it is that makes contemporary Americans tick. Unlike de Tocqueville, Muther got hammered and played some beer pong.
The Office of Federal Contract Compliance Program’s pay transparency regulations recently went into effect and with it came new information dissemination obligations for contractors with respect to job seekers.
A federal court in New Mexico added to the growing body of U.S. case law holding that employers are under no duty to accommodate medical marijuana use by employees or job applicants, even when state law allows it.
The Seattle online retailer is estimated to have had 54 million U.S. Prime members at the end of 2015, up 35% from 40 million a year earlier, according to an analysis from Consumer Intelligence Research Partners. But the coveted customers appear to be spending less.
The recent market selloff is pummeling the business-technology sector, but it may come with a silver lining for its top players: an opportunity to buy cash-poor upstarts that have been eating away at their business.
This year’s college grads will be entering a job market eager to receive them, especially those with degrees in business, engineering and computer science, according to the National Association of Colleges and Employers.