What if My Employees Don’t Want to Go Back to the Office?

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It’s been a long few months, and many businesses are ready to get back into the office and get back to normal. While many organizations were able to pivot their workers to remote successfully, most were able to achieve this transition with the intent of it being temporary. As businesses find themselves coming bringing teams back into… Read more »

How to Write a Job Description to Appeal to Top Talent

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Your job posting needs to do a lot of work in very little time. This is one of the first things that candidates will see about your business, and it needs to be concise while being thorough and, as often as possible, show off the personality of your brand and your company culture.  Why is… Read more »

How To Prove Your Worth While Working Remote

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 Most of the world has now had some experience with their employees working remotely, but that doesn’t mean everyone is an expert or even particularly comfortable with it. If you’re new to working from home, it might feel daunting to try to prove to your manager or your company that you’re not “slacking off” by… Read more »

Stop Losing Top Engineering Candidates to Competitors

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Good engineering candidates have their choice of companies to work for. Businesses know they need the best talent to support their key business initiatives, but they also know that the talent pool is extremely competitive. How can you ensure that the most qualified applicants find your posting and ultimately accept offers from your organization, as opposed… Read more »

How to Spot Lies on a Resume

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Job seekers are eager to impress and you’re eager to hire. This can be a recipe for misinformation to slip through the cracks, leading you to hire a candidate who might not be what they seem. Some resumes can contain outright lies like job titles or companies worked for, while others will include omissions or smaller embellished… Read more »

Benefits of Maintaining Strong Communication With Your Candidates

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Communicating with your candidates is always important and maintaining strong communication with them during a crisis can set you apart from your competition. Due to COVID-19, our economy came to a grinding halt in March and businesses are facing unique challenges. Millions of businesses were deemed “non-essential” and forced to find alternative ways to conduct… Read more »

How to Keep Your Employees Happy Everyday experience

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Happy employees are productive employees. More and more, employees are looking for more than just a paycheck or a job title. They want to feel happy, energized, and appreciated in their place of work. They spend at least 40 hours a week working and employers have an increased responsibility to make their employees feel happier… Read more »

4 Simple Ways to Upskill Your Employees

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Upskilling your workforce is one of the fastest, easiest, most direct ways to address talent and skills gaps in your organization. Rather than trying to hire new employees to make sure that every talent need is fulfilled, you can save time and money by working with your current workforce to help train them and teach them the… Read more »

Are You Losing Tech Talent to a Bad Candidate Experience?

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More and more, tech candidates find that they have options when it comes to job opportunities. In many areas and for many companies, there are more open positions than there are qualified candidates. This shortage in tech talent means that businesses have to create the best hiring experience for applicants in order to increase the likelihood… Read more »

Improve Your Tech Team Retention With These 4 Tips

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There are plenty of reasons for wanting to improve retention; not only does better retention cut down on hiring costs, it means there are fewer gaps in projects and productivity. It can even help to improve an employer’s brand and image to potential employees. Tech talent is an increasingly important group to keep retained, as there’s… Read more »