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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.
An article which appeared on the Guardian’s WorkBlog in April 2013 reports that Britain and Finland are taking steps to reduce discrimination in recruiting practices. » Read more about: Britain and Finland fighting recruitment discrimination. Anonymity in JANZZ.jobs is the solution. »
While many European countries are struggling with major economic problems, other regions, such as Latin America, are experiencing large growth rates and desperately looking for qualified personnel. But how do you bring in the modern, globalised labour, and make demands for skills that are both efficient and contemporary? » Read more about: The right skills in the right place. But how? Efficiency. Accuracy. Now possible with JANZZ.jobs »
In its latest study (link in german), the European Central Bank (ECB) concludes that the state of the employment market plays a key role in the well-being of the Euro Zone. » Read more about: “Mismatch” of qualifications poses a great challenge – contemporary solutions with JANZZ.jobs »
According to the recently published employment barometer from the Swiss Federal Statistical Office (FSO), the employment rate in Switzerland has risen by 1.9 percent compared to the same quarter of the previous year. » Read more about: Achieving higher wages by changing jobs – JANZZ.jobs also factors in salary expectations »
Lloyd Shapley and Alvin Roth received the Nobel Prize in economics 2012 (link in german) for their “theory of stable allocations and the practice of market design” (link in german). » Read more about: Nobel Prize in economics 2012 awarded for insights into the topic of matching »