A topic reading "Why Tesla [China] refused job applications from former employees of XPeng Motors" on a Chinese Quora-like Q&A platform recently triggered heated online discussion.
A Bilibili HR worker previously called the platform's core users "losers in life." On August 2, Bilibili officially responded, saying that after internal investigation, the HR interviewer had been dismissed at the end of last year.
Lu Jian, Vice President of LinkedIn Global and President of LinkedIn China, described the reasons behind the company's strategic adjustment and its future on Wednesday.
On Thursday, LinkedIn announced it would shut down the local version of its services in China later this year and launch a job search site in the country, but without LinkedIn's social functions.
The sweeping regulations recently introduced to China's once booming private tutoring sector have pushed the industry near to its end. But there is an exemption.
Kanzhun Limited, operator of mobile recruitment app Boss Zhipin, on Friday filed privately for an IPO with the US Securities and Exchange Commission. The firm is looking to list the app on the Nasdaq under the ticker symbol "BZ," according to its preliminary prospectus. No pricing terms were disclosed.
China’s live-streaming boom has driven job seekers to grab their share of the pie, prompting a surge of live-host applications leading up to this year’s Singles’ Day online shopping bonanza.
What’s left for China’s graduates now is to reflect on what they have really learnt over their years in school and prepare for economic recovery.
Chinese job seekers can face discrimination when applying for a job. Employers often ask personal questions about gender, place of origin, age and marital status, leading job candidates to be disqualified based on factors other than their actual credentials and abilities.