Artificial Intelligence Trends to Watch in 2019

December 9th, 2018

Artificial intelligence (AI) and related offshoots like machine learning continue to disrupt the modern business world. AI contributes to a variety of emerging technologies, such as self-driving automobiles, automated stock trading, or even customer service chatbots. It remains one of the biggest trends in the technology industry. Let’s train our eye on some of the… Read More

IT Job Titles for Every Stage of Your Career Path

November 30th, 2018

A lifelong career as a technology professional means change – from your first job all the way to retirement. Different technologies and skills combine with additional responsibilities throughout each stage of your career path. In short, the job title you hold at the beginning of your career likely won’t be the same at the end…. Read More

The Pros and Cons of Boomerang Employees

November 23rd, 2018

During any organization’s hiring process, the question about whether to hire a “boomerang employee” may arise. Candidates who are former employees needn’t be automatically disqualified from your open position. Depending on the nature of your company’s staffing need and their skill set, one of these IT professionals just might make the perfect choice. Let’s analyze… Read More

Why Your Best IT Employees Are Quitting

November 16th, 2018

Employee retention remains a vital part of any successful technology company. In a fierce competition for top IT talent, disgruntled employees generally find it easy to secure a new position with another company. Because of this cold, hard truth, you need to understand the reasons your best workers might be looking elsewhere to build their… Read More

What is Your Body Language Saying During Interviews?

November 9th, 2018

Of course, a top-notch interview performance helps seal the deal when applying for a great technology position. While being able to clearly explain your tech skills and professional experience is vital, displaying positive body language also plays an important role in a successful outcome. Slouching, speaking too quietly and making little to no eye contact… Read More