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Here’s how to write a LinkedIn summary that could help you land your dream job, according to a marketing director at LinkedIn
You might be wondering how to write a LinkedIn summary — or if you even need one. Here are some tips from a marketing director at LinkedIn.
Comparably, a website that rates companies across a number of different areas, has released its Best Company Culture list for 2018.
Linkedin founder Reid Hoffman apologizes after $750,000 campaign donation linked to misinformation in Alabama senate race
Reid Hoffman reportedly donated thousands to American Engagement Technologies, which allegedly targeted Republican Roy Moore.
Work-life balance is the ultimate job aspiration for people in APAC – especially Singapore, LinkedIn study finds
And its thanks to millennials, said Olivier Legrand, managing director of LinkedIn's APAC operations.
Scorned Facebook and Twitter users are flocking to LinkedIn to spew hate speech, MAGA memes, and misinformation
LinkedIn has become the social network to turn to for Donald Trump supporters who are being kicked off Facebook and Twitter for false and abusive posts, Buzzfeed News reports.
Most people know not to use a selfie as their LinkedIn photo — but an analysis of 2,000 LinkedIn profiles found they’re surprisingly commo...
An analysis by employee screening firm JDP found that about 9% of LinkedIn profiles featured selfies, and 15% of headshots were cropped from a group shot.
Top tech companies like Netflix and LinkedIn say they have no problem with employees interviewing for other jobs — in fact, they might want to h...
The best management strategy is encouraging employees to be open about next steps in their career, according to companies like Netflix and LinkedIn.
LinkedIn is announcing new artificial intelligence features to help recruiters hire more diverse candidates.
LinkedIn, a Microsoft company, bought an employee surveying company in a deal said to be valued at over $400 million
LinkedIn, a Microsoft subsidiary, announced its acquisition of the employee software company Glint on Monday for a reported price of over $400 million. Glint specializes in employee surveys measuring satisfaction with management, compensation, and other internal issues.