Tuesday Digestif (33/2016): The real reason Randstad 😏 acquired Monster 😈

Hi there, today: The real reason behind the Monster acquisition Startup stock buyout programs Age discrimination against older employees Why Randstad Acquired Monster.com Matt Charney from Recruiting Daily (and former Monster.com employee) has written an epic analysis of the Randstad/Monster acquisition. Most important corner stones of this deal: Buying a book of business – particularly … Continue reading Tuesday Digestif (33/2016): The real reason Randstad 😏 acquired Monster 😈

Tuesday Digestif (30/2016): Billionaire founder driving for Uber πŸš™πŸŽ©πŸ’΅

Today: How to manage a team full of high-flyers Biggest financial worries of U.S. employees Why a billionaire drives passengers for Uber Cover Story – Teams Are Not Cocktail Parties Kellog Insight at Northwestern University has provided a to-do list for successful team management: Don’t invite everyone – Managing team size is key when ensuring … Continue reading Tuesday Digestif (30/2016): Billionaire founder driving for Uber πŸš™πŸŽ©πŸ’΅

Tuesday Digestif (25/2016): Why firing 10% of his employees was necessary πŸ‘”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”

Hello everyone, This Tuesday: How and why a CEO fired 10% of his employees Why parents know how to lead Why executivesΒ need to sleep too Buffer: A Case Study in Transparent Leadership What a great read! Joel Gascoigne (CEO at Buffer) made 10 layoffs because its management steered the company into an unhealthy position. Key … Continue reading Tuesday Digestif (25/2016): Why firing 10% of his employees was necessary πŸ‘”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”

Tuesday Digestif (23/2016): Troubles Recruiting? Just Move your HQ πŸ’πŸŒ†πŸ—Ό

Hi, today we cater the following: Trend analysis on declining youth employment Moving your HQ might help you to attract top talent All things robots Youth Employment Declining Fast The cohort of U.S. citizens aged 16-19 have experienced the strongest decline in employment rates in recent years. Main reasons for this trend: Some voluntarily withdraw … Continue reading Tuesday Digestif (23/2016): Troubles Recruiting? Just Move your HQ πŸ’πŸŒ†πŸ—Ό

Tuesday Digestif (22/2016): Why Wealth Distribution in the U.S. Is Out of Balance πŸ“ŠπŸ”¬

Hi everyone, today: 50 years of wealth distribution in the U.S. Social mobility in the U.S. Future of the labor market with robots 50 Years of Wealth Distribution Explained Through a Comic Over the past half century the rich have become richer and the poor have become poorer. Vox covers the main drivers of this … Continue reading Tuesday Digestif (22/2016): Why Wealth Distribution in the U.S. Is Out of Balance πŸ“ŠπŸ”¬

Tuesday Digestif (20/2016): Why Uber drivers are unhappy about a lawsuit settlement πŸš™πŸš—πŸ˜ 

Happy Tuesday, today: Why Uber drivers are unhappy about lawsuit settlement How large retailers approach staffing or labor-optimization in 2016 On reversed gender pay gaps and free meals Classification Battle Not Over? The Guardian reports that Uber could have faced damage of up to $852m if it were not for a $100m settlement of their … Continue reading Tuesday Digestif (20/2016): Why Uber drivers are unhappy about a lawsuit settlement πŸš™πŸš—πŸ˜ 

Tuesday Digestif (19/2016): Have you heard of ‘Paw-ternity leave’? 🐢🐺🐱

Hello everybody, Today we have some interesting topics: Macro-economicΒ U.S. labor market snapshot (April 2016) Driver and trends in the current labor market Look at exotic trends in HR State of the Labor Market: April 2016 This week New York Times picked up on the most recent labor market datapublished by the Bureau of Labor Statistics … Continue reading Tuesday Digestif (19/2016): Have you heard of ‘Paw-ternity leave’? 🐢🐺🐱

Tuesday Digestif (18/2016): 5% Unemployment Is Half the Truth πŸ™Š

Dear readers, happy Tuesday to you! Today we cover: Why theΒ U.S. unemployment rate of 5% isn’t so rosy after all Why on-demand transportation will remain a 1099 employment category Why Universal Basic Income (UBI) is the next big thing Hidden Truths of Unemployment Data The unemployment rate in the U.S. is 5%. This is great … Continue reading Tuesday Digestif (18/2016): 5% Unemployment Is Half the Truth πŸ™Š

Tuesday Digestif (15/2016): Job Market Looks Bright, for Some πŸŽ“

Hi, today we cover: Job Market Outlook for Graduates California’s Progressive Policy Making On ‘Employee Development’ Job Market Outlook for Graduates New York Times reports on career prospects for recent graduates: Overall hiring of graduates is up by 15% Occupation-specific majors tend to do better in the job market Underemployment still at 44% Median wage … Continue reading Tuesday Digestif (15/2016): Job Market Looks Bright, for Some πŸŽ“

Tuesday Digestif (14/2016): Epic List of Interview Questions πŸ“ƒ

Happy Tuesday! Today we have the following: Strong U.S. Labor Market Rebound 1% of all Americans Earn Income in the Gig-Economy Epic List of Interview Questions U.S. Labor Market Rebounds The U.S. is experiencing its strongest two-year hiring period since the early 90s. 215,000 added payrolls in March Labor force participation is rising Read the … Continue reading Tuesday Digestif (14/2016): Epic List of Interview Questions πŸ“ƒ