As high-quality IT talent becomes harder to find, organizations must become more in tune with the needs and wants of IT employees – especially during their first few weeks on the job.
There is a lot of talk about “soft skills” these days, but what other traits make a good candidate? What should you be looking for in your IT job applicants besides technical expertise? There are a number of traits that help make someone a good fit for the role besides their job-specific skills.
Do you consider yourself an introvert? If you are on the quieter side, you may have been led to think that you wouldn’t be a good leader, but this couldn’t be further from the truth.
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Are you in charge of hiring IT workers for your organization? Because of the complex nature of the IT field, interviewing IT candidates can be a long and tedious process for many employers.
You may employ the best IT talent on the market, but it will mean nothing if you fail to motivate them! Keeping IT employees motivated can be a challenge for many organizations that don’t make employee retention a top priority.
There’s a lot of talk these days about workplace culture but understanding how culture directly applies to the hiring process is another story.
If you’re struggling to find an IT job in your area of expertise, it may be time to up your networking game! While traditional job search methods like online job boards and career fairs certainly have their place in the job hunt, the competitive marketplace has made it necessary for IT pros to get creative …
Ask any IT employer about talent development, and they’ll likely admit that top talent is hard to come by these days.