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93 per cent of companies are concerned about employee retention, LinkedIn

According to LinkedIn’s Workplace Learning report, 93 per cent of companies are concerned about employee retention.

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Laid off workers flock to Blind app, PagerDuty CEO quotes Martin Luther King when announcing layoffs and OpenAI charges $20 a month for ChatGPT.   That’s...

LinkedIn’s study reveals new facts about hiring rates

According to a LinkedIn study in a new report on Global Talent Trends, about 14 countries reduced their hiring rates last year, but workers are still in control, owing to the tight labor market and slower hiring growth. Despite signs that hiring will slow from historic highs in 2021, talent leaders are looking inward to […]

LinkedIn social experiment on 20 million users reveals a new truth

Between 2015 and 2019, LinkedIn conducted experiments on more than 20 million users to improve the functioning of the platform for members and potentially affect livelihoods. LinkedIn experimented by spontaneously modifying the proportion of weak and strong contacts suggested by its People You May Know algorithm. One of the experiments compared the effects of encouraging […]

LinkedIn now works after brief outage

LinkedIn, a social network for professionals, announced that its app and website were back online on Wednesday after a brief outage.

LinkedIn Fined $1.8 Million For Underpaying Female Workers

LinkedIn was fined $1.8 million for underpaying 686 female employees at its California offices between 2015 and 2017. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, the fee is equal to back wages for the employees plus interest over time. The DOL said LinkedIn’s payroll records between 2015 and 2017 showed that the company paid female workers […]

Canada is outpacing the U.S. with its tech talent workforce growth

Canada is outpacing the U.S. with its growth in its tech talent workforce over the past 12 months, according to LinkedIn’s Workforce Report for Canada.

Being curious pays and employers are taking note, finds SAS report

Being curious used to be something job seekers used to write to pad their resumes, but in today’s job market, it’s a legitimately attractive...

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