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A recent survey by recruitment firm Oilandgaspeople.com reveals that social media is being used extensively by some recruiters to both find and reject suitable candidates.... >>
The gender balance among marketing professionals is marked. A whopping three-quarters employed in the industry are female yet, according to research among UK marketing professionals, leaving work in their 30s to have children has a significant effect on women's salaries... >>
For the last three decades or more, technology has swept aside manufacturing jobs. Robots and other computers and machines, controlled by software programs, build cars, consumer electronics and drive other manufacturing processes far faster and more efficiently than humans ever... >>
A recent survey in Australia of more than 200 small businesses found that over three-quarters plan to spend more time and energy on social media activity over the coming 12 months. ... >>
What goes online, stays online, and your online social profile could be what is stopping you getting a job. Eurocom Worldwide's 2012 technology market survey reveals that one in five technology industry executives have rejected a job applicant because of... >>
Businesses looking to recruit new staff can have more faith in the legitimacy of resumes presented on LinkedIn accounts than traditional offline or private formats, according to a new study from Cornell University.... >>
Many employers are using social networks to screen prospective recruits, but for firms in Germany, a country with some of the toughest privacy laws in the world, this is no longer an avenue they can go down. ... >>
Businesses can supplement their recruitment strategies by using social media, according to CareerBuilder, providing they acknowledge the needs of job seekers and provide the information and feedback they require.... >>
The U.S. military is reaching out to "tomorrow's soldiers" by involving themselves in the technology their targets are using to communicate and inform themselves - social networks and social messaging services.... >>
Britain's military elite, The Royal Marines, are driving recruitment by targeting cinema-goers with a mobile marketing campaign integrated with cinema advertising and offline user engagement.... >>
Online recruitment advertising is becoming especially popular with job and employer-related websites, according to new research from Borrell Associates.... >>
ITbusinessedge reports that several large companies, including Deloitte are running successful recruitment campaigns on MySpace.com.... >>
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