Interviewing job applicants takes lots of time. Evaluations and outcomes often seem rather arbitrary. But there is software that speeds things up. Some claim the results are more 'objective' and free-of-bias.
Economists have heaped praise on Germany's policies toward emerging stronger from the global financial crisis, also in terms of employment. But it's actually the Czechs who've had the EU's lowest jobless rate for years.
In companies like Google and Uber, employees find the human resources department ineffective in addressing harassment. Publishing on public platforms proves an effective way to take matters into their owns hands.
The German government has announced 13,000 more jobs for hospitals and care homes, but there is still a shortage of qualified medical staff. DW spent a shift with two nurses to learn more about the care sector crisis.
Despite the threat of a trade war with the US, China's economic growth has exceeded expectations, allowing an opportunity to address certain problems, says DW's Frank Sieren.
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