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McDonald’s is trying a new approach when it comes to filling 250,000 positions this summer. McDonald’s is using Snapchat, where teens and college-age men and women use to chat and share pictures to find potential employees instead of using LinkedIn and other job websites.
The fast food restaurant is calling the hiring tool Snaplications. If someone is looking for a job at McDonald’s, all they have to do send a 10-second video ad about how great it is to work at McDonald’s, and a manager would contact them when something becomes available. If the applicant wants to know more about job openings there is a link to McDonald’s on Snapchat career page.
According to the company, McDonald’s used this same tactic earlier this year in Australia, and it worked. The company wants to hire younger workers because teenage employment has declined since the late 1970s, and Snapchat is the best way to connect to younger people.
According to the office of New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says it has enough evidence to prove that Exxon Mobil misled shareholders about global warming, and how it may impact the company’s business.
In documents filed on Friday, indicates that ex-CEO Rex Tillerson knew about the damage climate change can have on its company and never informed anyone about it. The allegations date back as far as 2007. Exxon denied the accusations in a statement on Friday. The company claims, “The documents produced to the attorney General make this fact unmistakably clear.” The documents also claim Exxon refused to hand over important documents to investigators such as emails from top executives.
Trump lashed out at the Supreme Court on Twitter for blocking the administration’s travel ban. He wants a Supreme Court hearing to urge the Justice Department to make tougher laws for people who enters the United States after the terrorist attack in London.
In a series of tweets, Trump insisted the travel ban is necessary for the U.S. in the wake of the London attack over the weekend. He wants to push for stricter laws on the Travel ban. Also, Trump expressed anger towards the major of London. He believes that the major did not do enough to prevent the attack from happening.
Trump also disregard using the word “travel ban” even though the U.S. district court citied the phase as displeasing to non-citizens of the U.S. Trump believes that the direct court wrote “a-water-down version” of the bill after he gave the “politically correct version.”