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  • THIS ONE'S A JAW-DROPPER - INSTAGRAM ELITE RESIGN!

    THIS ONE'S A JAW-DROPPER - INSTAGRAM ELITE RESIGN!

    News by Editorial Team 25 Sep 2018

    The photo-sharing app will kiss its founder-pair goodbye as Kevin Systrom & Mike Krieger attest departures from their brainchild. Instagram & Whatsapp were reportedly given the freedom to operate post their acquisitions, under the oversight of Chris Cox, Facebook’s product development head. With a scarcity of explanation from either party, thought-voids are being filled if the departures had anything to do with Facebook’s shady stance on consumer data. 

     

    read more at Reuters
  • STARBUCKS TO GO ALL OUT WITH RESTRUCTURING ITS VEINS

    STARBUCKS TO GO ALL OUT WITH RESTRUCTURING ITS VEINS

    News by Editorial Team 25 Sep 2018

    Reshuffling, remodeling and an ostentatious deal of layoffs could be on the other side of the grass as CEO Kevin Johnson breaks the news of restructuring to employees. Growing adversaries within the States, not to mention the formidable challenge of expanding in China, have forced the board against the wall. Half through the last quarter, till mid-November, will see the shifts well in place for future preparedness. 

     

    read more at Reuters
  • TELLTALE GAMES TO SHUT SHOP, LAYS-OFF MAJORITY STAFF

    TELLTALE GAMES TO SHUT SHOP, LAYS-OFF MAJORITY STAFF

    News by Editorial Team 24 Sep 2018

    The game development company which engulfed its fan-base in episodic gaming frenzies will bid its final adieu, having laid-off the chunk of its staff. Post its media powered lambasting for a toxic work-culture that preached over-time, company CEO Kevin Bruner has called it a day on the operations keeping a handful 25 personnel for the final obligations to be full-filled.  

     

    read more at Fortune
  • TALENT DESERVES OPPORTUNITY AND THEREFORE A COLLEGE GRANT

    TALENT DESERVES OPPORTUNITY AND THEREFORE A COLLEGE GRANT

    News by Editorial Team 24 Sep 2018

    Rice University’s latest outlook towards affordable education is one for the books. Students with family incomes sandwiched between $130,000 - $200,000 could avail 50% of their tuition fees as scholarships. The private institute went ahead and added clauses specifying families with sizeable assets to be exempted from the scheme. The move forms a wave of reactionary measures being adopted by U.S academia to counter the falling higher education enrollees.  

     

    read more at Forbes
  • SINGAPORE AT THE BEHEST OF FOREIGN TALENT TO MATCH DEMAND

    SINGAPORE AT THE BEHEST OF FOREIGN TALENT TO MATCH DEMAND

    News by Editorial Team 21 Sep 2018

    The shortage of tech-savvy people coupled with an aging workforce has compounded the country’s misery in matching business demands toe-to-toe. As per a stat, by 2030, 25% of the population will be 60 years or older. The future professionals who’d till then procure academic expertise leave a vacuum of readily deployable personnel, for whom the Education Minister Ong Ye Kung welcomes applications from abroad. 

     

    read more at Bloomberg Quint
  • DID GOOGLE OVERSTEP ITS BOUNDS?

    DID GOOGLE OVERSTEP ITS BOUNDS?

    News by Editorial Team 21 Sep 2018

    Internal emails accessed by the WSJ suggest employees discussed tweaking search results algorithmically to direct traffic towards Pro-immigration websites, to protest Trump’s Travel ban. Though not implemented, the act itself would’ve been alarming to see a company holding monopoly exercise unbridled power to manipulate political outcomes. 

     

  • NOW THEN, SOCIAL PROFILING FACTORS IN BIG TIME FOR RECRUITMENT!

    NOW THEN, SOCIAL PROFILING FACTORS IN BIG TIME FOR RECRUITMENT!

    News by Editorial Team 21 Sep 2018

    AI is capable enough to uncover personality traits from social media accounts and revealing character traits. Firms like HireView and DeepSense have gained momentum lending automated-authority to hiring managers underlining the mainstreaming trend. With the suite of services spanning from expression reading to intonation analysis from video recordings, bagging your next job at a top-notch company is only going to get tougher.  

     

  • GREECE MULLS RAISING MINIMUM WAGES, A FIRST SINCE 2009

    GREECE MULLS RAISING MINIMUM WAGES, A FIRST SINCE 2009

    News by Editorial Team 20 Sep 2018

    Although the new law may not come in effect till 2019, yet the governmental commotion suggests that talks are in full swing with unions & employers. Following a third international bailout for Greece since being paralyzed in 2008, the increase in worker wages would be in line with the manifesto that shot Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to power.      

     

    read more at Reuters
  • EMPLOYERS BREAKING BANKS TO CADGE EMPLOYEES INTO RELOCATING

    EMPLOYERS BREAKING BANKS TO CADGE EMPLOYEES INTO RELOCATING

    News by Editorial Team 20 Sep 2018

    A study suggests among the firms on the Russell 3000 index, LendingClub tops relocation expenditure for employees helping as much as 772 senior executives to shift places. The fact is not to cannibalize others against such practices in recruitment which have actually become commonplace. Organizations with the likes of Walmart having deep pockets are willing to table large sums to outclass competition in recruiting talent in foreign locations. 

     

  • SPOTIFY DENIES DISCRIMINATORY CHARGES AGAINST SALES HEAD AS ONE 'WITHOUT MERIT'

    SPOTIFY DENIES DISCRIMINATORY CHARGES AGAINST SALES HEAD AS ONE 'WITHOUT MERIT'

    News by Editorial Team 20 Sep 2018

    Hong Perez, a fired sales executive of Spotify will lock horns with the company in the court of law. The charges include gender bias, defamation, and equal pay violation. Central characters of Perez’s story points to a male-chauvinistic culture the streams of which were powered by Brian Berner, head of Sales, US.  The company isn’t shying from a confrontation, it seems, expressing in a statement that the claims are baseless.  

     

    read more at Fortune
  • 1.7 MILLION JOBS TO BE GAINED BETWEEN NOW AND 2022 FROM AUTOMATION

    1.7 MILLION JOBS TO BE GAINED BETWEEN NOW AND 2022 FROM AUTOMATION

    News by Editorial Team 19 Sep 2018

    The 2018 Future of Jobs report by WEF corroborates the otherwise grim reality that the ongoing automation will eradicate humans from workplaces. Its survey of acclaimed CHROs revealed the gradual expiry of 984,000 jobs to be eclipsed by 1.74 million new ones. It is even projected that by the end of the first quarter of our century, computational intelligence will perform about half of the official tasks alongside humans.

     

  • XENOPHOBIC U.S AUTHORITIES STIFLE REGIONAL GROWTH WITH STRICTER VISA NORMS

    XENOPHOBIC U.S AUTHORITIES STIFLE REGIONAL GROWTH WITH STRICTER VISA NORMS

    News by Editorial Team 19 Sep 2018

    The stark reality of provoking an anti-foreign population sentiment has started taking its toll on regional economies as indicated by numbers. For starters, there was a 40% fall in the total number of visas issued by the State Department from 2015 to 2017. Plummeting foreign student numbers have local businesses grappling with a shortfall in demand, particularly in the Rust Belt region of the country that’s hoping for a change in attitudes.

     

    read more at Bloomberg
  • WEWORK REMEDIES ITS NON-COMPETE AGREEMENTS

    WEWORK REMEDIES ITS NON-COMPETE AGREEMENTS

    News by Editorial Team 19 Sep 2018

    More than 1,400 employees will be exempted from compulsions to sign contracts which keep them from joining a competitor. For managerial pool with specialized expertise, including their subordinates which comes up to about 1,800, non-competes will be loosened. Relaxations would include a lesser time frame & readjusted operative location from 12-to-6 months and region-to-a-few-miles respectively.

     

    read more at Fortune
  • UPS TO STALK ITSELF WITH 100,000 WORKERS FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON

    UPS TO STALK ITSELF WITH 100,000 WORKERS FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON

    News by Editorial Team 18 Sep 2018

    The world’s largest package delivery company has announced plans to pump its workforce numbers temporarily to match the surge in e-commerce orders. The up-size move is in congruence with businesses in logistics and retail. Similarly, Target Corp will recruit about 120,000 workers in the last quarter. The common folk is expected to spend more this year thanks to strong economic indicators.   

     

    read more at Reuters
  • LUXEMBOURG BENEFITS OFF BREXIT

    LUXEMBOURG BENEFITS OFF BREXIT

    News by Editorial Team 18 Sep 2018

    The Ministry of Education in Luxembourg is keen to make the most of the inflated labor market helped by the cause of Brexit. Inadvertently cadging jobs from London, the migrating professionals from the UK could have their off-springs take up English lessons in addition to French or German. Latest initiatives aim to accommodate incoming people the majority of whom would seek fundamental education for their young ones. 

     

    read more at Bloomberg Quint
  • AMAZON SNIFFING RATS, AS INSIDERS TRADE SECRETS

    AMAZON SNIFFING RATS, AS INSIDERS TRADE SECRETS

    News by Editorial Team 17 Sep 2018

    An unexpected increase in the number of Chinese sellers on its website has cast Amazon’s eye of suspicion towards its own employees. Apparently, some of the lower paid Chinese personnel could be brokering merchant secrets to third-party sellers for bounties up to $2,000. Although an internal matter, you can’t help but think could the trade war between the nations be showing its implications here?

     

  • HR STARTUP GUSTO STARS IN AN ALL START PERFORMANCE ON THE CLOUD 100 LIST!

    HR STARTUP GUSTO STARS IN AN ALL START PERFORMANCE ON THE CLOUD 100 LIST!

    News by Editorial Team 17 Sep 2018

    The company which has been making a killing facilitating HR solutions for small businesses raised $180 million in 2018 and shimmers at a valuation of $2 billion. Innovating software packages to reduce data management pain points, the company would soon roll-out features such as flexible pay allowing staff to withdraw compensation prior to payday.

     

    read more at Forbes
  • FRENCH BUREAUCRACY TAKES A BITE OFF THE RESTAURANTS AS UNEMPLOYMENT SOARS TO 9%

    FRENCH BUREAUCRACY TAKES A BITE OFF THE RESTAURANTS AS UNEMPLOYMENT SOARS TO 9%

    News by Editorial Team 14 Sep 2018

    The weary process which accredits asylum-seeking immigrants with a ‘refugee’ status has broadened the worries of restauranteurs who can’t lure the citizenry to kitchen jobs. The process, which the current president has sought to reduce to 6 months from 11, prevents employers to recruit from an interested talent pool. The status quo is hurting businesses heavily who are having to shut-shop early in the day due to a shortfall in staff.      

     

    read more at Reuters
  • JAPANESE FIRMS FAVOR MALE PARTISANS FOR HIRING

    JAPANESE FIRMS FAVOR MALE PARTISANS FOR HIRING

    News by Editorial Team 14 Sep 2018

    A Reuter’s poll reveals the stark reality Japanese businesses need to overcome if they are to realize Shinzo Abe’s dream of Womenomics. As much as 75% of the companies are running their boards without any female representatives with many having less than 10% female population to account for. With the recent discrimination scandal at a Tokyo medical school, there needs to be a shift in hiring attitudes who overlook female potential, only for their mid-career household compulsions.

     

    read more at Reuters
  • MACY'S TO COME GOOD ON ITS PROMISE OF HIRING MORE

    MACY'S TO COME GOOD ON ITS PROMISE OF HIRING MORE

    News by Editorial Team 13 Sep 2018

    80,000 temporary contractual workers will be on-boarded to balance the spiked footfall this festive season. Of that, 23,500 will be dedicated to managing Macy’s online orders. The remainder shall be deployed for backend and ground-support operations also required to participate in the Thanksgiving Day Parade in NYC. Quarter-4 often accounts for a third of the annual sales for many retailers in the US with boosted-sales playing into stronger New Year stats.

     

    read more at Reuters

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