Posts Tagged: IT Staffing in Cranberry Township PA

3 Ways To Improve Your Coding Skills

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As the business world becomes more connected and technology evolves, success as a programmer is dependent upon your capacity to learn and improve. Any experienced developer understands you should always be trying to find ways to boost your programming abilities. Also, improving your coding skills usually leads to greater confidence and who doesn’t need more… Read more »

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

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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 »

Security Skills To Focus On Hiring For

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As cybercriminals become more advanced and attacks more common, it’s no longer a question of whether your business will become a target, but when it will be. That simple fact has pressured many companies to reflect on how they confront security concern, and how best to devote limited resources in an effort to mitigate the… Read more »

Here is Why Remote Work Is so Important to IT Employees

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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

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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 »

Networking Tips If You’re an Introvert

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Some people think networking requires dazzling charisma, a razor-sharp wit and movie-star good looks. However, networking shouldn’t be thought of as a bar scene out of Mad Men. Networking is simply getting to know other people in a professional sense. Just think of it as making ‘work friends.’ If you’ve ever made friends before, you… Read more »

Can You Take Your Talents Home? How To Approach Your Boss About Working Remote

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There are some major advantages to working remotely, and if you want to realize them, it may be time to approach your supervisor about the possibility. One reason people want to work at home is to avoid a long commute, which can be a drain on both performance at work and personal life. Another popular… Read more »

Award Programs Your IT Company Should Look Into

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One of the simplest and most affordable ways for a business to stand out from the competition is to earn industry awards. Awards gain recognition for the company, as well as prestige and even web traffic. They strengthen the credibility of a company. Tech sector awards If your IT company is currently looking to gain… Read more »

Embracing AI in Your Company’s Culture

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If you watched on of the Star Trek television series as a kid, you probably sat there and thought to yourself – “None of this technology will ever happen in my lifetime!” However, technology is now making a lot of technology from science fiction suddenly seem possible. Artificial intelligence (AI), or ‘machine learning’, is one… Read more »

Tips To Being Confident In A Job Interview Your Feel Underqualified For

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You’ve probably heard that ‘reaching’ – or applying to jobs you are slightly unqualified for – is a good thing to do during any job search. However, getting a response to your ‘reach’ is only half the battle. There’s no point in reaching with a resume if you can’t move forward in the hiring process…. Read more »