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Diggings F@#% It, and Other Terrible Ways to Quit Your Job
6 Terrible Ways to Quit Your Job Guaranteed to Haunt You Later “(Expletive) it, I quit.” While there may have been times in your career you’ve felt like saying this to your boss, you probably haven’t. The Alaskan reporter saying that exact phrase on live TV may have made for a great viral video, but her choice to quit in such a manner won’t likely help her career in the long run. Even if she has impressive skills and undying passion, she’ll probably always be known as the woman who...
 Diggings - Thu, 10/02/2014 - 06:42
EmploymentMetrix Beyond.com Launches SmartMatch Technology to Improve Job Search Experience
The Career Network introduces an algorithm that learns from the user and offers more relevant job openings based on engagement
 EmploymentMetrix - Wed, 10/01/2014 - 08:05
Diggings LinkUp Forecasting Upward Revision Of August Numbers & Net Gain of 265,000 Jobs In September; Expect A Weak Q4 Unless We See AP (#28) and QE (#4)
As the leaves begin to turn up here in Minnesota and thoughts turn to once again to skating on frozen lakes and ponds, it also marks the time of year where one can hop on the roller coaster thrill-ride that is the Minnesota Vikings. With a seemingly endless supply of ups and downs and twists and turns, the Vikings never cease to turn stomachs, and this year is certainly no different. Just 4 games into the season, there have already been enough story lines with this year’s team to keep...
 Diggings - Wed, 10/01/2014 - 07:12
Diggings LinkUp’s Monthly Labor Market Update Webinar Is Scheduled For October 1st
Each month on the Wednesday before the Labor Department’s Bureau of Labor Statistics releases its Employment Situation Report, we provide a comprehensive analysis of the current state of the U.S. labor market along with a forecast of the monthly jobs numbers. Our insights and forecasts are based on our highly unique job search engine that only indexes jobs from company websites. With a current index of 2.3 million job openings sourced directly from 50,000 companies throughout the U.S., LinkUp...
 Diggings - Tue, 09/30/2014 - 14:19
EmploymentMetrix Stop hunting for purple squirrels and start recruiting the best candidates
The way we currently recruit talent for top positions is absurd. We need to accept that that perfect candidate doesn’t exist, but that doesn’t mean you can’t find an amazing person for the job.
 EmploymentMetrix - Fri, 09/26/2014 - 12:56
Indeed New Research Reveals Opportunities for Hiring in Transportation
This week we launched a new campaign that celebrates the role of every job. As part of the campaign, we created a commercial that features some of the industries hiring the most on Indeed and to make the whole ad come together, we used our own technology to hire the talented team we’d need to get it all done. Transportation is one of the industries we chose to feature in the ad, represented by the letter ‘N’ and by trucking specialist, Kzee Ziaee from Canada. Today, there are nearly 300,000...
 Indeed - Thu, 09/25/2014 - 15:33
Diggings 5 red flags an employer has terrible work-life balance
Employees today put a premium on good work-life balance, and as noted in our last blog, they rate it ahead of money, recognition and autonomy when defining career success. But many job-seekers avoid asking questions about work-life balance during the interview process for fear that they might seem lazy or selfish. As a job seeker, how can you learn which employers embrace a culture that balances work-life demands and which ones only claim to? A little detective work and strategic research can...
 Diggings - Tue, 09/23/2014 - 06:00
Indeed How the World Works
As the leading job site in the world, we focus on helping millions of job seekers and employers find the right fit every day. To let even more people know about the world of opportunities on Indeed, we’ve launched a global campaign – ‘How the World Works.’ Each creative element of the campaign tells the story of how diverse jobs combine to make something work – from a simple cup of coffee, to the complex workings of the New York City subway or even the global stock market. The campaign...
 Indeed - Mon, 09/22/2014 - 10:30
Indeed 78% of Candidates Would Apply to Jobs From Mobile
American consumers now own an average of four digital devices, meaning that we’re more connected than ever before. People are now accustomed to accessing any information at any time, wherever they are. This shift in consumer behavior has inspired innovation across all types of industries, including travel, retail and financial services, and now, the recruitment industry is being disrupted as well. A survey conducted by Censuswide on behalf of Indeed reveals how people are using mobile in their...
 Indeed - Thu, 09/18/2014 - 15:29
Diggings Work-life balance as a recruiting tool
Juggling personal and professional obligations is no easy feat. But, it turns out workers do believe they can have it all – a successful career and a fulfilling personal life – and they are selecting jobs based on this expectation. In fact, more than two-thirds of the employees believe having it all is achievable, according to an Accenture survey. The findings revealed that having both a successful career and a full life outside work is so important to employees today that many choose...
 Diggings - Wed, 09/17/2014 - 12:40
EmploymentMetrix Hard Skills or Soft Skills: What skills do you value most? [INFOGRAPHIC]
We surveyed more than 4,000 HR Pros and job seekers to learn what's more important to them--hard skills or soft skills. Here's what we learned...
 EmploymentMetrix - Mon, 09/15/2014 - 11:49
Diggings Job search roles: The who’s who of your search
A lot of people are involved in the process of hiring a new candidate for a job. Hiring manager vs. HR manager. Recruiter vs. sourcer. As a job hunter do you have a good sense of who these people are and what role they play? Understanding the responsibilities and motivations of each can set you up for success in your search. “Seek to understand the role of each player, treat them with respect and follow their process, and they will be much more likely to become an ally in your job search,”...
 Diggings - Fri, 09/12/2014 - 10:11
EmploymentMetrix National Survey Reveals 75% of HR Professionals View Job Seekers as Unqualified
Beyond.com study uncovers potential reasons why so many Americans are not getting hired.
 EmploymentMetrix - Fri, 09/12/2014 - 09:19
Indeed Find Your Next Hire with Indeed Resume
With millions of qualified candidates creating resumes on Indeed every month, many of the world’s leading organizations turn to Indeed Resume to find the right candidates by searching for the exact skills and expertise their organization needs. Indeed Resume provides a simple way for employers to find talent — just as people use Indeed to search for jobs, recruiters and hiring managers use Indeed Resume to search for, and connect with, prospective hires. The large pool of candidates using...
 Indeed - Thu, 09/11/2014 - 11:13
EmploymentMetrix If you want change, don't hire yourself
When recruiting talent step out of your comfort zone. Yes, recruiting talent that will fit into your organization's culture is important, but it doesn't mean that you should discount candidates that don't fit every requirement you're seeking.
 EmploymentMetrix - Fri, 09/05/2014 - 14:03
Indeed How 3-Day Weekends Disrupt Job Search
Labor Day serves as a transitional weekend in several ways. School is back in session, fall is in the air and it’s a time to relax before diving into the next season. In the midst of this short week, we took some time to reflect on the past holiday and how three-day weekends change our daily patterns and habits, job search in particular. In a normal week, job search activity peaks on Tuesday and slopes down to Saturday, when it begins to pick up again. This pattern is roughly the same across...
 Indeed - Thu, 09/04/2014 - 12:07
Diggings The top 5 job titles that can mean anything or nothing at all
A few concise words that describe what a person does – a job title is seemingly straight forward, right? Wrong. Between keyword stuffing and wordsmiths blending terms to make positions sound as attractive as possible, there are a lot of cluttered phrases being used to create fanciful-sounding job listings. These job titles can have so many different meanings that sometimes they end up having no value at all, which is a disservice to the job hunter and the company seeking new talent. Here...
 Diggings - Thu, 09/04/2014 - 09:00
Indeed Are You Ready for the Mobile Job Seeker?
Around the world smartphones are transforming how people seek out and apply for job opportunities — half of all searches on Indeed now come from mobile devices. To gain a deeper understanding of mobile job search, Harris Poll conducted a survey on behalf of Indeed, asking either unemployed or working people how they use their cellphone, smartphone or tablet to identify job opportunities. The findings of the survey reveal that modern candidates want to take their job search with them —...
 Indeed - Tue, 09/02/2014 - 16:19
Diggings This Year, Things Will, In Fact, Be Different; August Jobs Report Will Surprise To The Upside; Labor Market Will Maintain Momentum Through The Fall
News from around the world has been pretty miserable of late. It’s tough to open up the paper these days (yes, as a news junkie I still read newspapers) and not feel like the world is falling apart. From Syria and Gaza to Libya and Liberia, it’s been a horribly grim end to the summer. In the U.S., things haven’t been much better between Ferguson, severe droughts in the west, and perpetually expanding dysfunction in Washington. Perhaps the only bright spot in the news these...
 Diggings - Tue, 09/02/2014 - 12:46
Indeed 4 Dimensions for Understanding Who’s Searching for Part-time Jobs
Last week in Jackson Hole, Wyo., Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen spoke about the nation’s economic recovery and noted that despite signs of improvement, the labor market still faces many challenges. Among other things, Yellen touched on the high number of Americans working part time for economic reasons — 7.5 million people would like a full-time job but can’t find one, a figure that’s roughly 60% greater than the prerecession level. Part-time jobs and the people who work 35 hours...
 Indeed - Wed, 08/27/2014 - 11:20

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