We surveyed hiring managers across a variety of sectors for insight on some of their favorite interview questions to ask during technical interviews – and why they ask them.
Hiring the right developer for the role isn’t just a matter of finding the right technical fit – it’s about finding the right overall fit for your environment and team. Here are the technical interview questions every engineering manager should ask that will give you intelligent insight into the candidates you’re interviewing.
Think tech employees want fancy coffee machines, nap pods, ping pong tables and beer on tap? Your employees are smart enough to see through the charade – perks like these are designed to keep employees at work. Here’s perks they actually want.
Every day, job seekers look up your reputation as an employer and decide on whether or not they want to click that apply button based on what current and past employees are saying about you. If your reputation supersedes you as a mediocre employer, you’ll lose out on valuable applicants and even more valuable employees to your competitors. Ouch.
Reviewing employers on Glassdoor, we found a trend of complaints across multiple companies, industries and locations. If you’re concerned about losing valuable employees, check out the following top reasons that cause employees to be dissatisfied and seek employment elsewhere:
You need to hire – which means you’re growing (awesome) , you lost a great employee to a competitor (not so great) or the person you had hired for the role just wasn’t the right fit (painful). Turnover, for whatever reason, is one of the most dreaded things in any organization. Losing a valued employee to another company or having to replace a hire that didn’t work out can be extremely costly, with many studies calculating the cost at 1.5-2x the departing person’s yearly salary. How can losing a single employee be this expensive? Here’s just a few of the costs associated with turnover…
New research by HiringSolved uncovered the top most in-demand technology skills for 2017. HiringSolved used data from more than 10,000 public profiles for tech workers hired or promoted into new positions in 2016 and the first two months of 2017 in Silicon Valley to paint a portrait of the most wanted tech employee.
The resume is your first, and sometimes only chance to make a good impression on a potential employer. If you don’t wow with the resume, chances are you won’t get an interview. Here are some tips to give your resume a black belt in awesome.
A resume, contrary to popular belief is NOT a complete listing of everything you’ve ever done in your life. It’s great that you were a TA in college but if you’re applying to a senior level job, it’s no longer relevant. Here are 22 resume tips you MUST follow to score that job.