As the landscape of workplace environments continues to change, embracing video interviews in your company’s hiring process will be critical to achieving positive talent development outcomes and keeping your workforce afloat.
Do you find yourself struggling to stay focused and productive while working from home? With more people doing their jobs remotely due to this year’s COVID-19 outbreak, professionals must train themselves on how to effectively get their work done, even with the distractions that being home can bring.
If you find yourself navigating job interviews by video lately, you’ve likely discovered there are many differences between in-person and virtual interviews.
Meet Niki Cox: Manager, Systems at TekPartners! When did you start working at TekPartners? I first worked for TekPartners in February 2005 through July 2006 as a Recruiter.
With the COVID-19 pandemic posing a major hurdle for the U.S. workforce and economy this year, many companies are finding it challenging to regroup and get their teams realigned to meet goals and objectives that were established in January.
It should come as no surprise that any major disturbance to your work environment can alter your company’s culture and how employees interact with one another every day.
An interview that focuses mostly on technical skills can differ from many traditional interviews, simply because employers must learn about a candidate’s technical knowledge, skills and abilities.
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (June 15, 2020) – TekPartners, a P2P Company, is pleased to announce the launch of its new Infrastructure Solutions division in response to dynamic changes and increased demand for skilled professionals in the Security, Audio Visual, Telecommunications, Electrical and Data center industries.
Does it seem like more companies are operating at the speed of light these days? As organizations of all types evolve at a rapid pace, tech professionals will be needed to fulfill a variety of vital roles.