Struggling to find top talent for your organisation? Put yourself in the shoes of this national spy agency, which has turned to an unexpected talent pool to find the next 007.
Bosses say she’s definitely got an interview after the Alice in Wonderland-esque application caught their attention.
Social networking giant Twitter has been forced to apologise for faking real users’ tweets.
Looking for “interesting challenges when it comes to health and safety”? Britain’s MI5 could have the job for you, but they can’t give much detail.
A former SME operator has taken to the streets with a lyrical smack-down to raise awareness of “small business blues”.
A Hong Kong company has introduced martial arts classes for its front-line staff to defend against angry passengers.
A New York food truck company has met angry backlash and calls for a boycott for firing an employee who Tweet-shamed non-tipping customers.
An unemployed woman searching for work opted for a new spin on social media to try to land a position.
The restaurant described the allegations as “unacceptable”
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