After laying off about 1,000 workers in the third quarter, media giant Gannett warned it would be looking at a new round of layoffs in Q4 -- in wake of a poor Q3 that saw a 17.6 percent decline in ad revenues. The company didn't say how many more workers would be cut.
In the U.S., Gannett publishes 85 daily newspapers, including USA Today, and nearly 1,000 non-daily publications. It also
As the U.S. economy teeters, employers expect hiring trends to hold steady for Q4, according to CareerBuilder.com's quarterly job forecast.
But steady trends isn't necessarily good news -- it's just that employers aren't expecting them to worsen any faster in Q4.
"Employers are maintaining a conservative approach to recruitment as they maneuver through a weaker economy tha
By Joe Michaud
Partnering around an online platform has been a successful strategy for U.S. newspapers for a number of years in the employment vertical.
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In addition to Yahoo’s HotJobs, newspapers have a number of significant employment partnerships.
CareerBuilder.com has become a target of a hacker who is stealing login credentials to the site by claiming to have a new Digital Certificate said to protect customers. The incident was reported by the University of Alabama at Birmingham’s
Kevin Krim of Yahoo HotJobs, Brian Donahue of CareerBuilder, and Terry Baker of Adicio all joined me for a 40-minute discussion of "the future of job boards" at the OnRec conference in Chicago last week. Chris Russell of JobBoarders.com videotaped the panel; you can watch it by clicking on the link below.
I've reported a bit about the panel already, but it offered som
CHICAGO --- It was pretty easy getting consensus today on "the next big thing in online recruiting and advertising" among the three panelists at the OnRec recruitment technology conference. "Matching technology" --- which ranks, rates and identifies appropriate candidates for employers based on various "hard skills" like degrees and years of experience, and "soft skills" like personality and ethic