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Sodexo’s Mobile Recruitment Strategy Recognised With Multiple Awards

November 15, 2012 by

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Sodexo’s mobile recruitment strategy was recognised by two organisations for its forward thinking approaches to talent acquisition in an increasingly competitive labour market, and its pioneering adoption of innovation and technology to attract and retain diverse, top talent in an increasingly mobile, digital world. Workforce Management Magazine cited Sodexo as the winner of the 2012 Optimas […]

Stop turning your back on talent

March 21, 2011 by

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In todays mobile phone market we see sales of smartphones and feature phones at level pegging. This puts millions of Internet ready smartphones in the hands of the working population. The smartphone user is always connected to the Internet, Facebook and Twitter have maximized this leading to incredible growth of social networking . 40% of all Tweets are sent […]

7 Days to HTC Desire HD

October 7, 2010 by

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The next ripple in the Android space is available in the UK in 7 days. The HTC Desire HD is packed full of technology and ready to compete head to head with the iPhone 4. The handset is available from the 14th October and can already be purchased on pre-order from Vodaphone. The key features […]

You will all be Mobile Recruiting in 2011

October 6, 2010 by

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This time last week I was setting up at the World’s first Video and Mobile in Recruitment conference. The event was well organised and enjoyed by all. I was very pleased to be invited as a speaker – MoRecNews.com is the Mobile Recruiting evangelist! At the start of my talk when I suggested (slightly arrogantly) […]

Mobile pace set, can you keep up?

April 19, 2010 by

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Mobile Internet usage is growing, not just slowly but fast as speeding bullet! The latest Morgan Stanley research released last week provides yet more evidence that the Internet is on the move, shifting from the desktop, via the laptop to your mobile! The Morgan Stanley stats illustrate the Mobile growth vs desktop declination, they quote […]