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The Poker virus is winning over French recruiting operations

Forget poker’s bad reputation! The popular U.S. card game is taking off in France, where it has morphed into a recruiting tool.


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Recruiting firm gets cooking

Feel like spicing up a recruiting firm website? Barbara Personnel has found the way...


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Chinese firms hiring “white guys” to make themselves look good

Some Chinese employers have taken to hiring expats for token roles in order to impress their investors, customers and local authorities.


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Finding a job through Google AdWords

Alec Brownstein, an experienced copywriter, found an original way of attracting the attention of top advertising firms...


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Danish employees strike for more beer

Employees of Danish brewer Carlsberg went on strike to protest a decrease in their daily beer ration.


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The proof is in the tooth

Has one of your employees got you gnashing your teeth? A tooth for a tooth!


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Google shares talented people… with its competitors!

It’s important for Google not to hire all the smart people on the market... to leave some for everyone else.


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LetsBuyIt launches “second best job in the world”!

“Can you shop till you drop? Does the prospect of buying for others and getting paid for it make you tingle?” That’s part of the ad run by LetsBuyIt.com...


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Ottawa resident scams some 40 jobseekers

At the end of September, Richard Pierre, 39, pleaded guilty to a scam that tricked over three dozen jobseekers...


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Posing nude to save their jobs

In August, 13 workers threatened with layoffs produced a calendar of themselves in the nude to prove their determination to management.


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Introducing the antidote to the open workspace

Steelcase, global specialist in office furniture and workspace solutions, has just introduced a “new mobile concentration space”...


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Employees of the future: Say cheese!

Smile, you’re going to work! A Japanese transportation company has just initiated a rather unusual morning ritual...


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