The Very Best Job Application Fails EVER! - Social Talent - Black belts in internet recruitment training
Strong Job Growth Signals Economic Momentum; September Rate Hike In Play McDonald's announced a partnership with Snap (SNAP) to recruit via its Snapchat social media site. Snap will connect users to an online application if they click on a McDonald's recruitment ad. The Institute for Supply Management service-sector and ... #socialmediajobs
In the middle of an Occupy Chicago teach-in this week, traders at the Chicago Board of Trade dumped several sheets of paper on top of the heads of protesters below. Demonstrators were angered to find out they were showered with employment applications for McDonald’s.
CHICAGO - Dozens of photocopied McDonald's job applications were reportedly thrown from the Chicago Board of Trade building and onto Occupy Chicago protestors earlier this week, according to Chicagoist (h/t Mediaite). In April, McDonald's announced plans to hire 50,000 new employees in a single day. The fast food giant was subsequently flooded with more than one million applications, a McDonald's spokeswoman told HuffPost in April. As of October, there are officially 13.9 million…
McDonald's to hire 250000 employees this summer, to use Snapchat to lure millennial job seekers Starting Tuesday, social media users can use the Snapchat app to apply for a job at McDonald's. It is using the popular social media app to lure in younger applicants. The Golden Arches is expected to hire 250,000 employees this summer. The company ... #socialmediajobs
McDonald's 'Snaplications' - New mode of job applications for millennial The new mode of job applications for millennial by McDonald's in Australia McDonald's joined hands with Snapchat in its most innovative application process to attract job applicants in the age group of 16-25 which is also the section that most uses Snapchat. #Snaplications aims to attract 250,000 millennial to be a part of their fast food chain in Australia, making the application process innovative a
The primary building structural system for Vancouver’s Ronald McDonald House is a tilt-up cross-laminated timber (CLT) wall panel system with infill wood I-joists supporting plywood decking. Laminated strand lumber (LSL) floor ledgers support the joists, decking and a two-inch concrete topping (which accommodates radiant heating). The structural system employs CLT wall panels in a balloon frame application, an innovation over more typical platform construction. Used as wall elements, CLT…