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JPMorgan Chase & Co is testing neuroscience-based videogames to help recruit interns, as it seeks to increase the diversity of its workforce by broadening its candidate pool.
Almost every day, "Janda", a self-described Indonesian housewife with 2,000 Twitter followers, dispenses lifestyle tips, complains about city life, and praises how the government of President Joko Widodo has improved her life as a young mother.
Robots – and the automated machines they work with – are not new to Graco. But like the Minneapolis-based company, firms across the US are adding more of them as they try to combat a stinging labour shortage.
The average Nintendo Japan employee makes US$80,000 (RM325,840) a year and stays with the company for 13.5 years, according to statistics posted on the company’s recruitment page, as spotted and tweeted by games industry analyst Daniel Ahmad on Feb 28.
Amazon.com Inc was chased out of New York by politicians and media coverage that inaccurately described the government incentives underlying the deal, according to a city official who played a key role in forging the agreement that fell apart last week.
Stuck between an endless waitlist for a government job and a frail private sector, Iraqi entrepreneurs are taking on staggering unemployment by establishing their own startups.
Diversity and inclusion. Words repeated so often they’re virtually mantra in corporate America. Hardly a day goes by without some CEO extolling the virtues of a more diverse and inclusive workplace.
Electronics giant Foxconn reversed course and announced Wednesday that the huge Wisconsin plant that was supposed to bring a bounty of blue-collar factory jobs back to the Midwest – and was lured with billions in tax incentives – will instead be primarily a research and development center staffed by scientists and engineers.
While growing up in Seattle, Enrique Rico's mom cleaned the posh homes of Microsoft employees. When Rico tagged along on sick days from school, he dreamed of having the life of a technology worker.