Twitter is setting modest goals to diversify its workforce while it fights a proposed class-action lawsuit that says the online messaging service discriminates against its female employees.
Chipotle is looking to hire 4,000 new employees, and plans to do it in a span of three hours or less.
Apple says it more than doubled the numbers of women, blacks and Hispanic workers hired in the last year, although that moved the needle only slightly in terms of improving the overall diversity of its workforce.
Amazon has announced they’ll be adding over 700 full-time jobs at its fulfillment facility in Tracy.
San Francisco has a unique problem with filling jobs – stores are hiring, but people aren’t applying, and some are blaming tech.
The budget proposal from San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee would also allow the city to 250 new police officers over the next two years.
Websites with job information like Monster and Craigslist have been around for more than a decade, but if you want to increase your chances of getting hired, you’re going to want to make connections and network.
As we continue to dig out from the great recession, studies reveal a much brighter job market for those with a college degree.
Recent surveys suggest that non-profits are hiring, but unlike other sectors, these organizations don’t always look to LinkedIn for talent.
Tech executives have come up with yet another creative way to lure in the best talent from Silicon Valley: the pre-cation.