Everyone wants to work at Google and it’s not hard at all to see why.
With billions of dollars in revenue every year, Google is never shy in spending way beyond the norm to attract and retain the most talented people they can find.
So Google employees get to enjoy free gourmet meals, free subsidized massage, free haircuts, free laundry and dry cleaning, free medical and dental checkups, and pretty much every benefit any employee could ask.
Not to mention that Google employees are already enjoying some of the highest average salaries in the tech industry.
That's why even with their reputation as having one of the toughest application process, Google suffers no shortages of hopefuls with over 2 million job applicants every year.
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More than ever job seekers are using mobile devices to browse for career opportunities over the internet.
A LinkedIn survey revealed that 72% view company pages for career opportunities while 64% browse for them on company social media pages. More than half of the survey sample indicate they check company career pages for job opportunities from time to time.
However, only a few businesses have their career pages optimized for the mobile. Fewer still have invested enough to make their application process painless on a mobile.
Is your company career page optimized for mobile devices?
The "work from home" approach in business is growing, despite opposition from prominent people.
Some people like it, and some just don't.
At Staff.com, we believe that traveling in traffic to and from work each day is insane! But not everyone agrees.
Check out our latest infographic and see if you agree that working from home is the future.
Last week on Entrepreneur Showdown, hosts Joe Cassandra and Dan Franks talks about Trends for the Future of Work in 2020, a blog article written by Rob Rawson that list out predictions of what work will be like in the coming years.
As in the case of robots taking over jobs, especially jobs that can be automated with software, will be automated.
However, Dan thinks there may be population issue due to this; Joe thinks people need to get more creative with how they make money.
Rob also provided some insights on the type of work that is going to be replaced in the coming years and what you need to do to pivot from A to B, and also dived into outsourcing and how to make your team productive even if you aren’t in the same state or even country.
Listen to the fun discussion on the podcast by clicking play below.