How to Establish Culture in an IT Setting

November 8th, 2019

Office culture remains an important differentiator when comparing technology organizations. It comes into play whenever two firms are competing over the same talented tech candidate. Ultimately, culture also matters when considering overall productivity and the subsequent health of the firms’ bottom line. So how do you go about fostering the right kind of company culture… Read More

How to Prepare for the Departure of a Team Member

May 10th, 2019

With employee retention as an important goal for most technology organizations, companies strive to build a welcoming culture able to keep talented IT professionals in house. However, all this well-meaning effort sometimes goes for naught. As such, in the event of a resignation among your staff, it becomes important to sufficiently prepare for the departure… Read More

How to Attract Strong Leaders to Work for Your Company

August 12th, 2016

Quality leadership remains a key factor in any company’s success, and this rule especially applies when considering the complex nature of the technology industry. Poor managers are typically unable to get the most out of their staff, and operational efficiency suffers as a result. Unfortunately, attracting dynamic leadership can be a difficult task in the… Read More

What IT Professionals Need From You!

December 19th, 2014

Top IT staff can be tough to find in any economy. Their technical skills are always in demand, and IT professionals with indispensable “soft skills” like communication and project management are even tougher to wrest away from their current employers. But finding these outstanding candidates isn’t impossible, and neither is selling them on everything your… Read More

How to Pitch Your Company When Interviewing Top Talent

December 5th, 2014

When you’re trying to win over top talent, remember that you are selling your company and the opportunity to the customer – your candidate. Keep in mind the “What’s in it for me?” factor to give him the information he needs to make his decision. Be Prepared To State Your Case Competition is tough for… Read More