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Dairy Farmers Replace Workers With Robotic Milkers

Dairy Farmers Replace Workers With Robotic Milkers

The milkbot revolution is nigh

Dairy farmers hoping to cut down on labor costs are exploring robotic milkers, which track production and allow cows to decide when they're milked. Read More »

Master Your Job Search The Strategic Way — In Layers

Master Your Job Search The Strategic Way — In Layers

Every jobseeker needs a solid game plan

Here's what it takes to stand out from the crowd of other jobseekers. Read More »

NYPD Twitter Outreach Turns Into Outrage

NYPD Twitter Outreach Turns Into Outrage

Hashtag turns Twitter into an image gallery of police brutality

The New York Police Department's PR people wanted to get citizens to post positive pictures on Twitter. What they got instead was a social media fiasco. Read More »

What Photos Should you Share with your LinkedIn Network?

What Photos Should you Share with your LinkedIn Network?

Your photos should be professional but show off your human side

LinkedIn launched a new mobile feature that enables professionals the ability to share photos on the go. Read More »

The Many Uses Of LinkedIn's Apps

The Many Uses Of LinkedIn's Apps

These specialized apps are must-haves for jobseekers

LinkedIn's specialized apps will help you break the ice with an interviewer, allow you to apply for jobs from your device and much more. Read More »

3 Places To Find Job Postings On LinkedIn

3 Places To Find Job Postings On LinkedIn

There are many smart ways you can use LinkedIn for exposure

There are numerous ways to use LinkedIn to be seen and gain business intelligence. Here are a few key ways you can also use it to find specific jobs. Read More »

Workers Can Expect Little Or No Raise In The Next 3 Years

Workers Can Expect Little Or No Raise In The Next 3 Years

Survey finds strengthening economy ahead, but not big raises

A new poll of American economists shows strong optimism for business in the months ahead, but they expect employees to see only token raises. Read More »

2 In 5 Employees Say They Receive Unfair Pay

2 In 5 Employees Say They Receive Unfair Pay

More women than men feel they don't get fair pay

And more women than men do not believe they are being paid fairly, according to a new Glassdoor survey. Read More »

The Weekly Roundup: Mastering the Art of LinkedIn

The Weekly Roundup: Mastering the Art of LinkedIn

Tweak your profile into a networking masterpiece

Make the most out of professional social networking site LinkedIn with expert advice and insider tips from around the web. Read More »

'Meth-Like' Sports Powder The Latest From Crooked Company Founder

'Meth-Like' Sports Powder The Latest From Crooked Company Founder

Brought to you by the people who broke your liver

Dietary supplement manufacturer Driven Sports has been accused by the FDA of including unadulterated, "meth-like" compounds in one of their products. Read More »

Weekly Jobless Claims Rise Less Than Expected

Weekly Jobless Claims Rise Less Than Expected

The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits rose less than expected last week and remained near its pre-recession levels. Read More »

IRS To Tech Companies: No More Free Lunch

IRS To Tech Companies: No More Free Lunch

Agency considers taxing employee perks

The IRS is considering taxing lavish employee perks like free lunches and gym memberships, offered to workers at tech companies like Facebook and Google. Read More »

Does 'Out-of-Work' Mean Damaged Goods?

Does 'Out-of-Work' Mean Damaged Goods?

Don't let being let go hurt your chances of getting hired

Were you let go and fear employers see you as damaged goods? If so, read this... Read More »

10 Tips From a Top Recruiter

10 Tips From a Top Recruiter

How to position yourself for job hunting success

A top recruiter in the Education Technology field shares 10 tips for candidates to position themselves for job hunting success. Read More »

Have You Joined a Talent Pipeline?

Have You Joined a Talent Pipeline?

Talent networks let you indicate interest in a company

More and more hiring managers are turning to talent pipelines as a recruitment strategy to ensure that they have star candidates when a position opens up. Read More »

What Can We Learn from U.S. Airways' Twitter Mistake?

What Can We Learn from U.S. Airways' Twitter Mistake?

You never know where updates will lead

Even if you don't tweet for a company, you'll want to learn from U.S. Airways' major Twitter gaffe. Read More »

Salon Ad Ridicules Kim Jong-Un's Haircut, Manager Visited By Irate North Korean Officials

Salon Ad Ridicules Kim Jong-Un's Haircut, Manager Visited By Irate North Korean Officials

This is in England, by the way.

A London salon manager was visited by two North Korean officials, who demanded he remove a promotional poster making fun of Kim Jong-un. Read More »

Amy's Baking Company: Back And Scary As Ever

Amy's Baking Company: Back And Scary As Ever

The one restaurant that Gordon Ramsay walked away from

Amy and Samy Bouzaglo became infamous for their restaurant antics and abuse of customers and employees. They came back angry as ever and ready to show it. Read More »

French Say 'Adieu' to Pesky Calls From Boss

French Say 'Adieu' to Pesky Calls From Boss

New agreement asserts the right to disconnect from work

A new agreement protects workers'™ rights to unplug after hours. And it'€™s not just the French who want their leisure hours protected from the always-on lifestyle. Read More »

San Francisco Workers Say Hi With Post-it Window Displays

San Francisco Workers Say Hi With Post-it Window Displays

The city gets a new social network

San Francisco office workers who have some time on their hands have been swapping messages and art by putting Post-it notes in their windows to communicate. Read More »

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