Posts Tagged: Hiring Top IT Talent

How Local Networking Events Can Help Your Career

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Networking is a valuable skill. A lot of people seem to shy away from it because it can be awkward and intimidating, but if you do it right, it’s seamless and it can help enhance your career. All you have to do is go out and meet with professional contacts. Even if you don’t see… Read more »

5 Ways to Improve Your Style of Management

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The work landscape is ever-changing. Generational makeups shift over time, cultural standards morph, and worker preferences evolve, all of which can make your current management style less effective or even inappropriate. Luckily, you can improve your style of management with some effort and due diligence. Here are five approaches that can help you get started…. Read more »

Creating Job Descriptions That Draw The Best Candidates

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At its most basic, a job posting should plainly describe the requirements of the position, the company culture and the overall mission. If it doesn’t, the company is more likely going to get low-quality applicants. Job descriptions also need to be effective marketing tools. They should attract the eyes of high-quality hires and then sell… Read more »

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

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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 »

Should You Ask Tech Candidates About Their Salary History?

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No. You should not ask candidates for tech jobs about their salary history. In fact, doing so could be against the law. Several states and cities have recently passed laws that prohibit asking candidates about past salaries. These laws were passed largely to combat pay equity issues that many consider systemic. Furthermore, these questions often… Read more »