Big companies are getting creative to better communicate with young talent looking for jobs.
Samsung Electronics is starting to meet with job seekers in the metaverse, a way of reaching out to potential employees in the younger millennial and Generation Z demographic, the company said Wednesday. From Wednesday through Monday next week ...
Large companies either have no plans or have not yet decided whether to recruit new employees in the first half of the year.
Internet-only banks are promising fat paychecks and a shorter-than-ever hiring process to bring in as many IT developers to get ahead in the digital transformation of finance.
Every university graduate in Korea awaits two open recruitment seasons in the spring and fall when large companies hire inexperienced job seekers en masse.
Inspectors keep an eye on takers of Samsung's annual recruitment test, the GSAT, in a control room inside the headquarters of Samsung Electronics in Hwaseong, Gyeonggi, Sunday.
Spring recruitment is being postponed, but the Global Samsung Aptitude Test (GSAT) is on, Samsung Electronics announced Tuesday. The exam, which is used to choose new employees for all Samsung Group companies, will be online, a first for the GSAT.
Amid a global recession and an increasingly competitive job market, more applicants are building career experience at smaller companies before applying through open recruitment at the larger firms.