Slack today announced in a diversity report its introduction of the Rooney Rule for senior-level leadership roles to help increase the number of underrepresented minorities in those positions.
LinkedIn disclosed in an earnings statement Thursday that it has acquired recruiting software startup Connectifier.
While the report is extensive and touches on a slew of facts and figures about Intel's diversity, it's the emphasis on diverse hiring tactics, gender pay parity and an aim to end online harassment that seem to set Intel apart.
President Obama's proposed $4 billion initiative to better teach U.S. children about computer science has two backers that some critics think have undermined U.S. tech jobs: Indian offshore IT firms Tata Consultancy Services and Infosys.
Grovo, which brings its technology into enterprises and organizations for employee training for new technology and services, has just netted $40M in Series C Funding.
Dice today released its Tech Salary Survey which took a look at salary, raise and bonus trends in the tech industry for 2015. It seems money is the name of the game when it comes to retaining employees and when it comes to employees choosing to leave.
December was a bad month for job hunters in IT but the picture should get rosier this month, according to analysts at Foote Partners.
IBM has sold Salary.com along with similarly focused compensation products back to the company's founding team for an undisclosed amount. The new leadership group will look to utilize Salary.com's bevy of employment data to continue to offer and build new cloud-based remuneration analytics tools for the enterprise.
Communications Workers of America Local 1701, a union dedicated to IBM employees, said in a statement that it will officially suspend its organizing campaign.
Oracle recently announced its plans to build a new complex in Austin, Texas, to bolster its expanding cloud business, though the idea has a twist: adjacent corporate living.