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Our knowledge base contains information, interesting facts and selected articles on the latest trends and current developments on global labor markets and in the world of semantic technologies relating to human resources and recruitment, occupation (big) data and ontologies / knowledge graphs, job classifications, CV parsing, skills and job matching and much more.
Anyone using online job-matching services has undoubtedly encountered seemingly obvious or even ridiculous mismatches. Many of these mismatches are based on inadequate processing of the information related to education. For instance, when a job matching algorithm focuses only on the level of education (e.g. Bachelor or Master or high school), a travel agent may be suggested a job as an IT specialist. They both have a degree, but – crucially – in a different context. In addition, » Read more about: Education Zones – Bridging the Gap Between Candidate Education and Employer Requirements in Online Job Matching »
To many tourists, Switzerland is often considered as one of the most beautiful countries they have ever visited. However, if they decided to move to this country, would they still feel the same? Would that love at first sight last when they try to land a job?
High salary is one of the major incentives for foreign workers to seek opportunities in Switzerland. Statistics from the Federal Statistical Office (FSO) show that the number of foreign workers commuting daily to Switzerland from neighboring countries is on the rise, » Read more about: Equal employment opportunity, starting with anonymous application procedures »
Recently, a proposal was submitted by three members of the Cantonal Council of Zurich calling for application procedures to be anonymized when filling new positions in the cantonal administration. Specifically, they stipulate that nationality, gender, civil status, name and appearance be made anonymous in the first application step. Although the Federal Commission against Racism (FCR) has been advocating the adoption of such standards for some time, it is usually deemed either too costly to adapt such standards, » Read more about: JANZZ.jobs, a white-label solution with anonymized application procedures »
Do you know how to build a house? If not, maybe you should consider learning it right now. In 2030 there is a high chance that we will have a critical shortage of construction workers. This is your opportunity to pick up the skills such as installing electrical wiring, carpentry, blockwork, waterproofing and plumbing.
According to the 2020 report by the Schweizerischer Baumeisterverband (Swiss Building Association), the Swiss construction industry is facing massive problems: fewer and fewer young people are willing to learn a trade in construction, » Read more about: Free movement of skilled workers in the EU and beyond are more important than ever »
Remote working, temporary contracts and project-based employment have been shaping the traditional jobs, causing governments and corporations to rethink job offerings in short-term arrangements.
JANZZ.technology has been following the trends, shaping the future of work and collaborating with many labour markets worldwide. We are active in semantic parsing, searching and matching within occupation domain. Our technology can realize data-driven HR decision-making, speed up people analytics and use workforce data for business performance prediction. If you are looking for the right skilled employees or want to identify learning gaps to meet future business needs, » Read more about: Hiring and managing a changing workforce »