Don’t Be Like Tinder: Social Media for Business Is Still Business

Last night Tinder’s social media manager went hard on Twitter. His cause? Vengeance for perceived slights in a recent Vanity Fair profile of the company and its users. His methods? Revealing sensitive information about potentially at risk users in China and, allegedly, North Korea, insults, and a barrage of tweets about how great Tinder really […]

Tech Giants Are Expanding Parental Leave — What About the Rest of Us?

Last week Netflix announced a new “unlimited” paid parental leave policy and Microsoft an expansion of their program to 12 weeks. This week Adobe announced their paid maternal leave benefits would expand to 26 weeks. What do all of these companies have in company? They’re in the tech industry. Will the trend of increasing parental […]

Top Five Unique Work Perks — That Work

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According to the Wall Street Journal, work perks are expanding even outside of Silicon Valley. And with good reason: happy employees can lead to a happier bottom line. Outside the stratosphere of Silicon Valley extreme work perks, smaller and regional companies are finding success with targeted perks: “More than 11% of waste-management companies provide free snacks and […]

Top Five Responses to the New Problem of HR

Each week Blogging4Jobs brings you the Top 5 #HR Blogs in the #Workplace. These blogs come from all across the internet and highlight important topics being discussed in the space. We serve as your weekly recap of top blogs that we’ve read throughout the week. If we’ve missed any, let us know. The New Problem of […]