Amazon has launched its Returnship program in the United States to help people get back into work following the coronavirus pandemic which saw people lose their jobs due to the lack of trade.
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Amazon is opening 10,000 new permanent roles in the UK, bringing its total workforce in the country to 55,000 by the end of 2021. It's also investing £10 million in skills training for employees.
LinkedIn has rolled out a new tool that helps members find new jobs by matching their skills with career opportunities that they might not have otherwise considered. The tool is now available in beta.
The UK's video games development sector boomed over the course of the year despite the coronavirus pandemic according to The Independent Games Developers Association after it set new records.
Amazon has announced that it's looking to fill 7,000 new roles in the U.K. The firm has already filled 3,000 vacancies in the country this year. It's also looking for 20,000 seasonal workers.
The company announced the Work Hub though its website for placement of its out-of-work drivers who have seen colossal losses in income due to lockdowns during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Uber has announced the availability of Uber Works in Chicago. The app hopes to give temporary workers and employers looking for temporary labour an easy way to get connected in a transparent manner.
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Tesla has said that it will be upping prices up a bit on most of its models, just a week after cutting them. They won't return to previous numbers, and the $35,000 Model 3 will stay the same price.
Facebook has announced that a job hunting tool, that it launched in the U.S. and Canada last year, will arrive in 40 countries soon. The tool lets potential employees get connected to businesses.
Amazon has announced that it will have 120,000 job openings during Christmas. While the jobs are seasonal, the company says it will transform some of them into full-time, regular jobs.
A new study by the Bureau of Economic Research has suggested that young men choose to work fewer hours mainly because of video games, amongst other reasons including companies hiring fewer men.
As part of an effort to hire 25,000 US workers through 2020, IBM has announced that it wants to hire 2,000 US veterans in the same time frame who will be offered so-called "new collar jobs".
Amazon has said that it will create 5,000 new jobs in the United Kingdom by the end of 2017. Around 1,500 of the jobs will be technical roles with Amazon's total workforce in the UK rising to 24,000.
Microsoft UK will hire ten people with neurodiverse conditions. The programme will be modelled on a trial which took place at Microsoft's Redmond offices last year.
Samsung has been facing shrinking profits for quite some time and sources close to the company have now revealed that the Korean conglomerate might be planning job cuts to save costs.
Employment isn't always easy to find, but Facebook is trying to change that. The giant social network has partnered with numerous entities to bring the hunt to the News Feed.
A hacker claiming to be working for Anonymous and AntiSec has attacked GlobalCerts.com, dumping information on employees onto the internet. The hacker also provides their 'justification'.
Google announced plans to downsize Motorola Mobility's workforce on Sunday, with the intention of cutting down the workforce by 4,000 employees.
Stephen Toulouse, one of Microsoft's Xbox LIVE-based employees, has announced his intentions to leave the company in the near future, leaving a farewell for the company in doing so.
Our 'need' to keep up with Facebook updates and that tweet that someone sent 7.65 seconds ago is so strong that our brains actually places it before our need for food and water.
Facebook has become the best technology workplace in Silicon Valley, says BusinessInsider, pipping Google for the first time. According to the updated list, published today by BusinessInsider and based off job review site Glassdoor's rankings, Facebook...
Apple's iPod supplier Foxconn has admitted to breaking Chinese employment law. The Hon Hai Industry-owned company has been under the microscope since the Mail on Sunday published claims that many workers on its iPod...