Ryan Amaya, HR Manager for the Commerce Platform Guru Weblinc, shared with us some awesome advice for job seekers on landing a job when you’re under-qualified and why it’s important to keep an open mind as a hiring manager.
With the demand for talent higher than ever, attracting – and retaining – tech talent is a concern for many. We asked tech companies with high retention to weigh in on workplace perks – what works and what doesn’t – and here’s some of the best advice.
In the first 18 months, startups are extremely vulnerable to attacks. Here’s a few cost-effective security tips for startups to follow to protect their valuable data
What happens when you create an AI (artificial intelligence) bot that learns from the internet? If you guessed the bot would quickly become racist, sexist and anti-sematic, Microsoft clearly needs you on their team.
Think you have what it takes to design a beautifully effective coffeemaker? You could win a part of up to 30K in prize money – some strings attached of course. FirstBuild, a GE company, is on the hunt for cutting-edge design for their newest product: Pique Cold Coffee Brewer.
Tech companies should be very concerned with turnover according to the newly released yearly survey by tech staffing firm, PROTECH. The startling results indicated that 90 percent of IT Professionals are ready to make a change for a ‘better opportunity’. This is the highest reported figure in the past 12 years, indicating a possibly volatile situation for tech employers in the coming year. For companies looking to snatch up great talent, this might be good news for your team.
2016 looks like the year of the turnover in the tech space. A record 90% of currently employed IT professionals reported that they would pack up and give their two weeks notice for something that they considered a “better” opportunity. For employers, this should sound some alarms. For employees, this means that there will be plenty of openings