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  • Aug 24- Monster Worldwide Inc said shareholder MediaNews Group Inc had made "flawed and uninformed assumptions" in its letter last week opposing the job sites operator's buyout by Dutch staffing company Randstad. MediaNews' letter "attempts to put Randstad all-cash offer at risk without offering superior proposal," Monster Chief Executive Tim Yates said in an...

  • Student Debt on the rise

    Student loan debt is one of the fastest-growing segments of wage garnishment. Employers need to know the process — or pay a hefty price.

  • SEEK Earnings

    Seek CEO Andrew Bassat tells CNBC about some of its new product offerings such as temporary staff hires and talent search.

  • Employees at work in the Facebook headquarters, where the atmosphere is casual and laid-back, in Palo Alto.

    Recruiters at Facebook are rewarded for "diversity hires" with an internal point system, The Wall Street Journal reported.

  • By William Schomberg and Andy Bruce. LONDON, Aug 17- The number of people claiming unemployment benefit in Britain unexpectedly fell in July despite the shock decision by voters to leave the European Union, suggesting little immediate impact from Brexit on the labour market. Benefit claimants fell by 8,600 in the month, compared with an increase of 900 in June,...

  • By William Schomberg and Andy Bruce. LONDON, Aug 17- The number of people claiming unemployment benefit in Britain unexpectedly fell in July despite the shock decision by voters to leave the European Union, suggesting little immediate impact from Brexit on the labor market. Benefit claimants fell by 8,600 in the month, compared with an increase of 900 in June, and...

  • Ranstad to buy Monster Worldwide for $429M

    The Dutch staffing company makes a move for its rival as it struggles to grow in the US.

  • Stocks to Watch: August 5, 2016

    Priceline, LinkedIn and Apple are making headlines on Wall Street this Friday morning to wrap up the trading week.

  • *Ireland is only English-speaking center with EU future. While France has begun courting bankers with new tax breaks for expatriates and Frankfurt, Amsterdam and Luxembourg are also making pitches, Ireland is presenting itself as the only English-speaking country that offers a base in the euro zone and a future in the EU. Ireland is already one of the world's...

  • *Ireland is only English-speaking centre with EU future. While France has begun courting bankers with new tax breaks for expatriates and Frankfurt, Amsterdam and Luxembourg are also making pitches, Ireland is presenting itself as the only English-speaking country that offers a base in the euro zone and a future in the EU. Ireland is already one of the world's...

  • Too many bosses in the workplace: Study

    Gary Hamel, London Business School, discusses the results of a recent Harvard Business Review study about the surplus of managers and administrators in America's workplace.

  • Shares of Alphabet down today on suit

    Google is being sued for age discrimination and now the government is looking into it. Josh Lipton reports.

  • Eyeing employee emails

    CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on the 180 phrases that Goldman Sachs is monitoring in employee emails.

  • The shock result of the U.K.'s referendum on its future in the European Union has led to fears about how Brexit will impact job recruitment.

  • Executive Edge: LinkedIn's top attractors list

    Dan Roth, LinkedIn executive editor, and Suzy Welch, LinkedIn contributing editor, discuss the top companies to work for in the U.S.

  • You want flexible hours? Financial services is where it's at, but there's going to be stiff competition for jobs at these companies.

  • NEW YORK, June 3- Madison Sawyer, 20, was determined to quit the temporary job she took after graduating with honors from Santa Fe College in December and find a permanent position, but so far she is stuck making $10 an hour. Since the Labor Department began tracking temporary help data in 1990, changes in the trajectory of temporary employment have preceded those...

  • President Barack Obama (R) presents the Medal of Honor to retired Army Captain Florent Groberg during an East Room ceremony at the White House on November 12, 2015, in Washington, D.C.

    LinkedIn, Amazon, Uber and Microsoft are among the tech giants pledging to offer training opportunities and fill thousands of jobs.

  • Job seekers, right, speak with recruiters at the San Jose Career Fair in San Jose, California.

    PepsiCo is the top-rated company for job satisfaction among graduates of MBA programs, according to Poets & Quants.

  • McDonald's robots threat 'overblown': Pro

    R.J. Hottovy, Morningstar, provides his outlook on McDonald's and explains why he thinks Yum is the better buy. And Hottovy weighs in on the controversy of replacing workers with robots at the restaurant as the fight for $15 an hour minimum wage rages on.