The professional network has more than 850 million users but a dearth of non-cringey content — a huge content arbitrage opportunity versus other social platforms
Corporate India and the professionals from the advertising industry are expressing their opinions like never before. However, there are attendant perils.
LinkedIn, which was started in 2003, was first known primarily as a place to share résumés and connect with co-workers. However, since the start of the pandemic office workers started talking about more than just work
Twitter and Elon Musk are presently locked in a legal battle over his attempts to back out of a $44 billion acquisition deal.
"Of course, we don't want people to leave. But we're fools to think they're all going to retire with us. Our approach is to make transitions as seamless as possible," Gorilla founder Jon Franko said.
Len Markidan’s LinkedIn profile is grabbing eyeballs. It shows he has held positions at Netflix, Amazon and Google, among other big names.
On being pointed out that his comments have triggered a debate on toxic work culture, the Bombay Shaving Company CEO said, "I recognise that the post may have been extreme and the context was narrow. However, I think if you're in a place where you're not learning or having fun, then you're in the wrong place...
Vedanta founder and chairman Anil Agarwal lauded the co-founder of boAt for inspiring lakhs of youngsters to "dream big".
Emotional intelligence is one thing. A chief executive posting a weeping selfie on LinkedIn is another.
An Uber driver from Bengaluru went the metaphorical extra mile for an exhausted passenger, winning hearts on his way to social media stardom.
"Hey everyone, yes, I am the crying CEO. No, my intent was not to make it about me or victimize myself. I am sorry it came across that way," Braden Wallake wrote on LinkedIn.
The man took up a delivery job after being fired from a cafe amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Sneha Biswas, a startup founder, reflects on how love for people transcends boundaries.
Explaining why he chose to make a public announcement, CEO Braden Wallake said, "I just want people to see, that not every CEO out there is cold-hearted and doesn't care when he/she have to lay people off."
Kerala government said this partnership aims to boost the employability skill among the youth of Kerala and aggravate relevant jobs for them using LinkedIn talent insights and learning tools.
When Krishna Varshney, Google ads manager at Regalix, married Faguni Khanna, group operation manager at Amazon, guests witnessed a wedding-day skit like no other.
"Parents don’t fire their children for poor performance, or lay them off to cut household costs when they’re struggling to put food on the table," the Sydney CEO wrote.
Google rejected Tyler Cohen a staggering 39 times before he was hired by the tech giant.
In an era of self-appointed life coaches, can you really tell the difference between genuine advice and sarcasm?
Lalit Modi sent the internet into a frenzy on July 14, when he posted pictures with Sushmita Sen on his social media, describing her as his "better half".
While in India 15 percent of C-suite roles are held by women, it is 27 percent in the US, 33 percent in Singapore, 25 percent each in South Africa and the UK, 24 percent in France and 19 percent in Germany.
While the photograph did raise concerns over the biker's safety, it also questioned the LinkedIn user's approach to the Bengaluru's work culture especially when he did not speak with the man himself.
Negotiating a good salary can be a tough task. Can mothers help you with it? Internet users weigh in.
In a LinkedIn post on July 4, the user shared a photo showing that an order that cost Rs 690 on Zomato could be bought for Rs 512 offline. Many pointed out that it was not a fair comparison.
The study, conducted on 2,188 professionals in India, found that 90 per cent of professionals surveyed felt that humour is the most under-used and undervalued emotion at work.