Digi-Me was featured on Recruiter.com in this February 19, 2016 article.
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Digi-Me has been named one of the “100 Most Promising Oracle Solution Providers 2015” by CIO Review. Dig-Me’s President & CEO, Roger Stanton, was featured in the November 2015 Edition of the CIO Review. Click here to learn more.
Nominated for 4 awards, Digi-Me, a JSTN Company, proudly took home a Recruiting Service Innovation Award on Thursday, October 15th for “Most Innovative Mobile Solution.” The Recruiting Service Innovation Awards (ReSIs) are designed to recognize the individuals, organizations, products and services that are having a significant and beneficial impact on talent acquisition. They celebrate the … Continued
See the article on MarketWatch Here AURORA, Ill., Oct 06, 2015 (BUSINESS WIRE) — Digi-Me and Boxwood Career Solutions, a Naylor Association Solutions Company, have formed a partnership to deliver video job advertisements to association career centers. Associations will significantly improve search engine optimization (SEO) results for their website, as the presence of video on a webpage makes it … Continued
In today’s world, digital technology is king when it comes to communication, and things are changing rapidly. Paper has been replaced by email. Text messages have replaced phone calls. Notebook computers have made the office a virtual space. The Internet can help find you anything you need with the blink of an eye (and a … Continued
Nicholas Wyman, CEO of the Institute of Workplace Skills and Innovation, recently published an article with CNBC discussing the disconnect between the number of unemployed, underemployed and unfulfilled jobs in the US. He says that our nation is facing a “grave” problem. Why is there a disconnect? There are not enough people with the practical skills that … Continued
A Positive One Draws Talent, While a Negative One Repels. According to a recent article published with CNBC by Nicholas Wyman, CEO of the Institute of Workplace Skills and Innovation, the US is in the midst of a “grave problem.” While roughly 10 million Americans are unemployed, there are also millions more that are underemployed. … Continued
Cisco CEO John Chambers discusses the company’s turnaround plan, and weighs in on how America can stay competitive in a global community. – Via CNBC
The Cisco CEO Says Many Companies Will Fail If They Don’t Change Dramatically — Via Wall Street Journal John Chambers has been chief executive of Cisco Systems, the world’s largest maker of data-networking equipment, for 20 years. Although Cisco’s annual revenue has grown to more than $47 billion under his watch, the company’s core networking … Continued