Posts Tagged: Tech Staffing in PA

Not Hearing Back After Applying to Tech Jobs Online?

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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

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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 »

Turning Your Anxiety Into Positivity When Interviewing

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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 »

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 »

Data is Calling Your Work Environment Out

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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 »

5 Best Tips to Attract Millennials To Your Company

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Hiring decisions should not be based on age. However, many companies are watching their workforces become grayer and grayer. As Baby Boomers near retirement age, there is a greater demand than ever to hire and retain younger workers. In order to appeal to Millennials in the workforce, companies need to make branding adjustments and changes… Read more »

6 Reasons You Need to Be Use a Specialized Recruiting Company To Staff

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Many companies rely on staffing firms to find the right talent in today’s highly competitive labor market. When these companies are looking at their options, one of their choices is whether to go with a general staffing company or a specialized staffing firm. For companies looking to fill specialty positions, a specialized recruiting company is… Read more »

What Tech Jobs Will Be Growing in 2018

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It’s no secret that the job market for tech professionals is booming and has been for years. While that trend looks to continue in 2018, some professions will be in more demand than others. As technology evolves, so do the needs of employers looking to leverage technology in their operations. Many experts are forecasting that… Read more »

Signs Your Employees May Be Burnt Out and How To Manage These Issues

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Burnout can affect everything from productivity to health, which means combating burnout is important for both business and personal reasons. It’s not that burned out workers don’t care about their job or employer anymore; it’s that they’ve cared for too much and too long without recharging their reservoir of inspiration. Essentially, they have nothing left… Read more »

Must-Have Skills for a Career in Cybersecurity

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The need for cybersecurity talent is greater than ever before, and it’s not likely to decrease anytime soon. Many businesses are feeling pressure from an ever-growing number of potential threats, and are motivated to locate professionals who can help safeguard their organization from digital damage. For cybersecurity professionals and those considering the field, there’s no… Read more »