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Half of women put off by macho language in job adverts
LONDON — Biased language in some job adverts in Britain deters as many as one in two women from applying, a study said on Wednesday, amid a push to attract more women to male-dominated sectors.
A stronger startup landscape for a better normal
Latest batch from IdeaSpace’s Acceleration Program shared timely innovations in their Demo Day By Adrian Paul B. Conoza, Special Features Writer The past months have been...
Local startup allows users to make money by helping friends find...
Recruitday hopes to connect firms with talent through social-referral recruiting.
The future of recruitment is here
By Gilbert Camasura, AFPM president and CEO, Asia Select Inc. Imagine waking up one day when everything in the world is automated. Individuals go about...
The Future of Recruitment is Here
By Gilbert Camasura, AFPM, President, Asia Select, Inc. Imagine waking up one day when everything in the world is automated. Individuals go about their business...
PBCWE and WiTech on a gender equal work space
Corporations and students are working for gender equality.
Professional recruitment has changed considerably in the past decade or so, and, not surprisingly, the rise of digital technologies has played a major role....
The mobile job market
Mobile recruitment is changing the hiring process. As more people become dependent on their mobile devices and social media connections, talent acquisition firms are...
The traditional recruitment process is gradually switching to modern approach. Emerging technologies have changed the way how people do their jobs: candidates are now...
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