LinkedIn has released its 2017 top UK companies list, which reveals the British businesses that are most desirable as employers.
Real Business finds out what value business owners place on social networking site LinkedIn, and asks a few users what improvements they’d like made.
Last week, a beautiful thing happened as I found my LinkedIn account being hacked.
When it comes to using LinkedIn, I find the approach you’ve adopted for the professional network is, quite frankly, upsetting.
DueDil has strengthened its leadership team with a new chief revenue officer, who joins the fintech business from LinkedIn.
With a new year underway, the talent pool is deep, so avoid overused corporate buzzwords and make sure you stand out to attract the best candidates.
When it comes to accepting new job applications, you want to see candidates that stand out – but chances are these top ten LinkedIn buzzwords are driving you up the wall from overuse.
Despite all the fun of the festive season, the Christmas bubble has been replaced with January blues, so staff retention should be a priority for the New Year.
In the time I’ve been with LinkedIn, I’ve come to realise that there’s a significant risk of revenue loss from a blind spot that all business leaders appear to possess.
The most popular abilities Britain’s companies have looked for this year have been revealed by LinkedIn as the network listed the top ten skills recruited for in 2016.
Company culture is quite the buzzword, but it really can have a noticeable impact for businesses. And with 450m professional members globally, LinkedIn has access to a vast library of employee loves and hates, and has supplied Real Business with some juicy Corporate Insights.
Startups and SMEs have become the hottest places to work. In fact, we at LinkedIn found a huge 87 per cent of the country’s professionals are attracted to the idea of working for a small business and this sentiment is even stronger amongst the youngest generation of workers.