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Job advertising stories
Philippines recruitment firm launches cloud-based tool for headhunters
Philippines-based professional recruitment platform Bossjob has launched a new product that allows headhunters to eaily spot ideal candidates.
Hiring for your next IT recruit? Ditch the gender bias
Those tasked with writing job advertisements for IT job vacancies should consider the type of language they use and make sure what they’re writing isn’t biased towards one particular gender.
IT industry fuelling the positive NZ job market
New statistics from SEEK NZ show the job market is in good shape with more jobs and higher salaries up for grabs.
Demand for tech skills intensifies across Australia
“This ’talent shortage’ has been identified by Australian CEOs as one of their top business risk areas."
Google Cloud looking to hire local channel talent
Google Cloud has posted job listings for partner success managers in Australia and New Zealand indication further expansion into the region.
Ask SEEK to find you a job with Alexa
SEEK named the first employment marketplace to embrace voice activated job search.
Sick of your job? Here’s how to ensure you're applying for the right roles
Don’t lose hope -It's important that you keep your spirits high during your job search, even if you don’t get an interview for a role that you want.
LinkedIn launches discreet new tools for job-hunting professionals
Looking for new jobs without alerting your current employer can be tricky, so LinkedIn has now made it easier for Australian members on the job hunt.
Total job advertising trending down from highs, Auckland still rising steadily
Total job advertising has taken an end-of-year dip, falling 0.
Auckland IT pros... What are YOU earning?
The first half of 2014 was busier than usual in Auckland’s IT recruitment market, even in January, traditionally the quietest month of the year.
IT industry to recruit at RWC
There is a focus on career opportunities for international visitors.