Just In! The top news of the web - Week 51

By Nguyen Oanh
Published: 24/12/2021
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What is going on in the business news this week? We have selected all the hottest news that you should not be miss: TikTok’s domination of the video platform market in 2021, Gen Z is the fastest-growing audience on LinkedIn, the new lease accounting standard in the States, the salary increase in 2022, and many more…

Let’s catch up with us!

#Marketing

📌 TikTok beats Google to become the Most Visited Site of 2021

According to Cloudflare's data, TikTok, owned by the Chinese company ByteDance, has now become the most famous video platform and the most visited site of 2021. After a lot of data concerns in February, TikTok is still the most popular and favorite app of internet users.

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️🎯 LinkedIn: Gen Z is our fastest-growing audience

According to the recent report of LinkedIn, Gen Z is its fastest-growing audience and presents some tips to help marketers reach this first mobile generation. Gen Z, also known as "Zoomers", are all the individuals who were born in 1997 - 2012. There are currently 78 million gen Z on LinkedIn, the majority of whom reside in the United States.

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#IT

💻 Cambridge becomes the leading regional tech hub in the UK

On the report of the Guardian states that, with a record of £29.4bn in investment this year, Cambridge becomes the leading regional tech hub in the UK. Cambridge is home to start-ups and scale-ups such as GeoSpock, Riverlane, Fetch AI, and Healx.

Discover the details on The Guardian

#Accounting

⚖ Are you ready for the new lease accounting standard of the United States?

The Financial Accounting Standards Board of the United States has released the new lease accounting standard that will affect the way that we make financial and accounting reports. For more details, These new rules require us to reflect all of our leases (operating and financing) on ​​Cargill's balance sheet. Furthermore, we also have to report separately the fixed and variable costs on the balance sheet.

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#HR

🔎 Human resources and recruiting predictions for 2022

2021 has been a surprising year in many ways. It affected a lot the human resources process not only in recruiting way but also in the employee working condition. What will be waiting for the recruiter and employer in 2022? Benefitspro presents to you the human resources and recruiting predictions for 2022.

Discover the HR 2022 predictions here

💰 Good News: Salaries expected to increase in the U.S in 2022

As negotiations continue in many hot industries, companies are expected to offer wage increases of 3.9% on average, according to The November Conference Board Salary Increase Budget Survey. Individual increases will be privileged over collective increases.

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