The Chinese government and LinkedIn are having a challenging time coexisting. As such, Microsoft will stop its Chinese LinkedIn activities and give the country a new job board application devoid of social feeds or article sharing.
Nothing's worse than an educational read with minimal actual educational value. Sadly, that seems to be the long and short of what Microsoft and LinkedIn have presented with their recent hybrid work data showcase.
A new report from Google outlines the international groups responsible for infringing on the safety of web denizens attempting to safely use LinkedIn and Internet Explorer. But the dangers extend well beyond Microsoft products.
LinkedIn's CEO announced that around six percent of employees from LinkedIn's Global Sales and Talent Acquisition organizations will be laid off. The layoffs come as a result of the current global pandemic affecting corporate hiring.
Microsoft is bringing together from resources from LinkedIn, GitHub, and Microsoft to help people learn digital skills to improve employability. The goal of the global initiative is to teach 25 million people around the world digital skills by the end of the year.