AccorHotels has joined forces with LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional network, to enrich its mobile app with a new service for travellers. All AccorHotels guests can use this new feature, Business Check powered by LinkedIn, to create and facilitate business opportunities.
Since we first launched endorsements in 2012, more than 10 billion endorsements have been shared by connections for skills ranging from leadership to machine learning. The goal of endorsements is to provide a way for your connections to recognize you for your skills and expertise. The skills and endorsements on your profile help people viewing your profile understand your strengths and help you get discovered through search. This is important, because people with at least five skills listed on their LinkedIn profile receive up to 17x more profile views.
LinkedIn on Tuesday became the latest major tech company to release its workforce diversity metrics. The results: LinkedIn employees are mostly white and mostly male, especially in leadership and tech positions.
But the company’s workforce is ever-so-slightly diversifying. Women account for 20 percent of LinkedIn’s technical jobs, up from 18 percent last year. And women also hold 35 percent of LinkedIn’s leadership positions, up from 30 percent in 2015, and 25 percent in 2014. That’s a notable jump.
LinkedIn has traditionally been 95% spam emails, 2% endorsements for witty banter, and 3% useful networking. But those numbers might have just been skewed to 90/2/8 with the addition of a new Open Candidates feature, which helps you secretly look for a new job.
For years, I got zero results on LinkedIn. Zilch. Nada. A big goose egg.
Today, I get nearly all my clients from LinkedIn. They call – or email – me. In this article, I’m going to show you three unbelievably effective ways to turn LinkedIn into an engine that can power your career to a much greater extent than it is today.
It doesn’t matter whether you are a physician, engineer, artist, consultant, sales executive, or mathematician. Okay, that’s not really true; I’m not sure these tactics will work for mathematicians. But everyone else, move closer.
"You may think of LinkedIn as primarily a site where people upload their digital résumé," the company notes in a new eBook. "But nine billion content impressions per week are delivered in the LinkedIn feed -- more than 15 times the job postings in the feed.
"These stats reveal that LinkedIn has become a destination where professionals consume high-quality content from professional publishers like The Wall Street Journal and The Economist, and even from peers who are sharing content in the feed."
I recently sat down with Matthew Jeffery, VP and Head of Global Sourcing and Employer Branding at SAP to learn more about how they are changing the recruiting statues quo. Specifiaclly, In our interview he shared how they are using things like cartoons and video games to engage their audience and creating new processes to improve candidate experience.
Do you want to work in data? What does this mean? For the last 3 years I was at one of the coolest companies in the data space: LinkedIn! LinkedIn has amazing data assets and they have been at the forefront of data science. I want to share what I see [...]
LinkedIn’s vision is to create economic opportunity for every member of the global workforce. To accomplish it, we believe it’s critical to build diverse teams that are a reflection of our members. However, that isn’t enough. We are committed to creating a work environment where employees not only feel included, they also feel like they belong. Without that feeling of belonging, to truly be your unique self, a company cannot unleash the magic of a diverse team. That is the goal.
SAN FRANCISCO — LinkedIn unveiled a redesigned version of its website Thursday, which adds new messaging features — including bots — as well as a simplified feed.
The company also introduced a new educational product called LinkedIn Learning and previewed new messaging bots.
The redesigned website is meant to bring LinkedIn's desktop experience more in line with its mobile app. During a press event at LinkedIn's San Francisco office Thursday, Ryan Roslansky, the company's VP of Consumer Product, noted that the current version of LinkedIn's website "feels very disjointed" compared with the more recently-redesigned mobile app.
Many of the best opportunities and conversations on LinkedIn happen around our content: the news, ideas, and perspectives shared by our 450+ million professionals. Today, we’re excited to roll out a new publishing experience, making it even easier for you to reach and engage with your audience on LinkedIn.
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