Posts Tagged: Engineer Staffing Agency

Are You Looking to Outsource Your Tech Team? Here’s Where to Start

Posted

Outsourcing has become more popular than ever over the last decade, as the ability to do so gets easier. This human resources strategy has provided a way for businesses to locate top talent at a substantial discount to hiring full-time employees. Simply put, outsourcing is the practice of getting goods and services from another business… Read more »

Not Hearing Back After Applying to Tech Jobs Online?

Posted

Not hearing back after applying to jobs online after five or six attempts is normal. Not hearing back after 10 or 12 should raise a red flag. When you’re not getting any responses at all, you’re probably doing something wrong, especially in a labor market that massively favors the job seeker. If you’re mystified as… Read more »

Referring a Friend to Your Company? Keep These Tips in Mind

Posted

Everyone wants to help out a friend and referring one of your friends to your employer has the potential added bonus of working alongside someone you like personally. However, you should know that referring a friend can go one of two ways. Your friend could do a great job and fit perfectly into your company… Read more »

Inside Look At How AI Can Cut Down On Businesses Downtime

Posted

Downtime for today’s big, multi-layered companies is more than a basic inconvenience. The cost of interruptions, particularly when employees are kept from doing their jobs, can be tremendous. A recent Gartner study indicated that a large business may lose $540,000 per hour or more from an avoidable technical failure. Service businesses that quickly perform equipment… Read more »

Here is Why Remote Work Is so Important to IT Employees

Posted

Companies are increasingly embracing virtual teams, geographically dispersed workers who use online communication to collaborate. Remote working is increasing across all industries, not just the tech industry. A recent government report said 47 percent of U.S. workers could do their job remotely and developing technology will likely increase this number. Remote work is also a… Read more »

New Technology That’s Targeting Diversity

Posted

If your business is having problems with workforce diversity, new technology tools can help you add diversity and address any problems with your talent pipeline. Many new tech tools aim to help companies get rid of bias from their hiring methods so they can identify and retain more diverse talent. Perhaps not coincidentally, many of… Read more »

Turning Your Anxiety Into Positivity When Interviewing

Posted

Ahead of a job interview, it’s natural, even healthy for you to feel a bit anxious. It shows you’re worried about failure or rejection. It also shows how much you want to succeed in your career, which is a good thing. And yet knowing that feelings of anxiety are natural doesn’t often do much to… Read more »

When Your Brain Feels Like Mush — The Importance of Taking a Break

Posted

If you occasionally feel yourself daydreaming or having trouble concentrating at work, it’s because your brain needs a break, and recent research showed frequent breaks can give you more energy. Conducted by Baylor University, the research indicated a connection between taking regular breaks and valuable outcomes such as greater job satisfaction, lower levels of emotional… Read more »

Data is Calling Your Work Environment Out

Posted

Often, leadership at a company doesn’t realize a toxic work environment has developed. Or, maybe leadership does realize, but doesn’t know the who, what and why behind the development. Some companies are now leveraging Big Data solutions to spot a toxic environment within their organization and develop a strategy to eliminate that toxicity. Leveraging data… Read more »