What words do women and men not like to see in job ads?
To mark Parental Pay Day, new research from LinkedIn finds that a third of UK professionals believe their employer does not do enough to support new parents.
What are the top in-demand European soft skills?
Soft skills, flexible working and pay transparency are workplace trends to embrace in 2019.
Try naming your child Peter or Deborah if you want them to become a future CEO.
Fashion, technology and royalty dominate LinkedIn’s most-viewed jobs of 2018.
PageGroup has been awarded ‘World’s Most Socially Engaged Recruitment Agency’ on LinkedIn.
LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional network, today announced that it has passed 20 million members in the UK.
LinkedIn has announced the launch of the third annual Bring In Your Parents day, which will take place on Thursday 5th November this year.
As the world’s largest professional network, with around 11 million UK users, LinkedIn can be a hugely beneficial tool for businesses. In fact, many employers are now actively encouraging employees to use it strategically to benefit their business. However, this doesn’t come without risks, says Gareth Matthews, an employment law solicitor at MLP Law.
New research suggests that tech workers are harming their career prospects through social media neglect…
In time for the January 21st job hunt, LinkedIn has released a list of the most clichéd profile terms.
Recruiters are being urged to let candidates determine where their references come from in light of recent controversy surrounding LinkedIn’s premium search functionality.
British retailers steal the show, but big boosts for construction and engineering in top employer brands chart
Recruiting on LinkedIn should be easy. After all, it is the place where many people create online profiles to share their career history, skills and experience. So why are other users unresponsive? Why do your connection requests get ignored? Why is it proving more challenging than expected? I call it LinkedIn fatigue. LinkedIn is busy.…