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Top HR Forums and HR Blogs to expand your expertise

Whether you are a HR professional or a startup founder, you work with people daily. May be you are fascinated about the future of work, interested in the latest legislation changes, visa regulations or the best HR practices. In all cases, there are HR Forums and and HR Blogs you may follow to expand your expertise, receive answers to your questions or simply network with HR experts.  HR Forums HR.com   Probably the bigest  community based HR forum organised arou...

How to fund your wanderlust

by Jason Francis   Got a travel itch? Want to see the world but worried you can't afford it? Actually, globetrotting might not be as costly as you think. There are a number of ways for you to manage your finances and live out your own travel dreams. There are two big factors when it comes to efficient travel. One is economic: Making sure you make and manage your money so you're able to travel is crucial. The other is awareness: Knowing where to look for the best p...

Recruiting Software Firm Lever Raises $30M For Effort To Transform Hiring

 by Amy Feldman   Sarah Nahm cofounded Lever five years ago to rethink recruiting for the digital age. The San Francisco-based recruiting software company helps its customers not only track resumes, but also identify and cultivate people who might not be actively job-hunting. As the recruiting space becomes increasingly competitive, Lever has amassed a significant war chest. Today, it said that it had raised an additional $30 million in venture financing from Ad...

Google’s New App Is All About Hiring and Managing Job Applicants

Jonathan Vanian Jul 18, 2017 Google has a new way for companies to manage their prospective job applicants. The search giant debuted Tuesday its Hire recruiting app for small-to-medium sized businesses. Axios reported in April that Google was working on the recruiting app just prior to the company’s May launch of its Google for Jobs feature for people looking for employment. To use Hire, companies will need to be paid subscribers...

We Need A Massive Remote-Worker Hiring Spree In The American Heartland

The 2016 election laid bare multiple divisions in American society, but one of the biggest is geographical. In major cities like New York, Chicago, and San Francisco, people are generally doing well (if not equally so), while many places situated far from urban business centers aren’t. Remarkably, faith in the American dream runs highestin locales where social mobility is lowest. U.S. companies, which for the past eight months have been struggling to navigate&nb...