How Creating Remote Work Opportunities Helps Your Business Land Better Talent

June 12th, 2019

The facts are simple. The economy is still growing like gangbusters, with a historically low unemployment rate as a result. This competitive environment for talent makes it paramount for IT companies to stand out from the pack to make their recruiting efforts fruitful. Offering a welcoming office culture with meaningful perks, like telecommuting and flexible… Read More

Why Some Managers are Emphasizing Soft Skills in Tech

June 5th, 2019

When looking for a great new job in the technology industry, of course, your technical skills and experience make a difference. In the modern tech world, however, hiring managers are now placing more emphasis on softer skills, like teamwork and leadership. In fact, you need to be a well-rounded candidate for the best shot at… Read More

Times are Changing: How to Better Engage With Your IT Employees

March 13th, 2019

In the current competitive environment for tech talent, keeping your employees inspired and engaged is a must. On one hand, when team morale is high, the organization’s productivity level also gets a boost. Also, staff retention also comes into play when considering the costs of finding and hiring somebody as a replacement. Ultimately, the times… Read More

4 Tips for Managing Remote Employees

January 18th, 2019

The days of your entire IT team being in one office appear to be over. More tech companies are allowing their employees to telecommute either a few days each week or on a full time basis. This perk helps organizations build the kind of company culture able to attract and retain the top technology talent…. Read More

Walking the Line Between “Boss” and “Friend”

November 14th, 2014

It’s only natural to want your employees to like you. But it’s difficult to be friends with your employees and still be able to lead them effectively. How can you walk that fine line between being respected and being everybody’s buddy?