The marketplace giant will start paying the additional stipend in the hope of supporting demand during the summer and at Christmas.
The competition over America's wealthiest clients is almost as fierce as the fight over wealth talent.
Customers are being targeted as potential staff at chains like Applebee's, which offered free appetizers to applicants during its national hiring day.
Jason Cabrera, 19, of Layne's Chicken Fingers, told Insider he's on his feet all day - but doesn't "feel anything" because he's "really young."
Besides LinkedIn, social media platforms like TikTok and Twitter are also becoming popular places for recruiters to find job-seekers.
Recruiters should search for talent in different places and find ways to engage with potential employees before recruitment begins.
Hive Diversity, which launched in October, is a virtual recruiting platform that wants to match diverse students to employers with a focus on equality, diversity, and inclusion. It’s already partnered with big-name companies including Accenture, Saks Fifth Avenue, and the owner of Jimmy Choo. Its founder Byron Slosar spoke to […]
Elon Musk tweeted Thursday he is looking for “ace engineers” for Tesla’s Gigafactory in Germany on Friday. Musk said Tesla will interview candidates on Friday – “in person” at the site. Germany is currently in a COVID-19 lockdown, with unnecessary travel discouraged. The Gigafactory near Berlin, currently under construction, will […]
Amazon is hiring 100,000 more staff across the US and Canada, the e-commerce giant announced on Monday – and opening 100 new sites in September alone. Amazon’s total permanent workforce hit the 1 million mark in July, so the new recruits mark an expansion of roughly 10%. Amazon’s net sales […]
Subscribe to Business Insider to RSVP to our live event. Already a subscriber? You can sign up here. Each year, thousands of business school and college students compete for a coveted spot at management consulting firms like McKinsey and Bain & Co., where they will earn a six-figure salary, access […]
The British Ministry of Defence says it made progress with last year’s controversial recruitment campaign to recruit “snowflakes” and “me me me millenials” into the ranks of the British army. This year, the British Army is targeting young people who lack confidence and spend their time desperately trying to find […]
Experts say internship programs can cater to privileged people, and don’t always best prepare participants for the job. Now, companies across industries are turning to fellowships and apprenticeships to better prepare entry-level talent. US employers posted 145% more fellowship job openings in the last year, and listings for apprenticeships grew […]
Skilled tech workers are in high demand, even as the industry undergoes major shifts. Software development, data analytics, and engineering are among the most valued skills in the eyes of tech leaders. Automation is expected to reshape the field in the coming years, but most industry leaders do not believe […]
Australians that return home after working overseas are being dismissed by recruiters and hiring managers, with just a quarter landing job interviews for roles they possess all the relevant skills, according to a new report by job site Indeed. This leads to a third of expats reporting regret for returning […]
The 50 Best Places to Work 2019 guide has been released, with Salesforce retaining its prime position in the ‘over 1,000 employees’ category. Atlassian has dropped from 2nd place in 2018 to 9th in 2019, overtaken by Cisco, Hilton, Mecca Brands, Mars, REA Group, SAP Australia and even government agency […]
A huge part of economic success for any nation is ensuring that the best possible talent is in place in key industries, and that it stays there. A survey from French business school INSEAD looked at four key categories for encouraging entrepreneurship and innovation: a nation’s ability to enable, attract, […]
“Rock star” and “ninja” are becoming increasingly typical job titles. Companies across America are bidding farewell to terms like “associate” and introducing ones like “evangelist” as a way of attracting younger employees. Research suggests that a new job title can reframe how you think of your role in a company. […]