Could In-Person Networking be Your Key to a New Job?

August 16th, 2019

Building a robust professional network plays a key role in any successful technology career. If you are struggling with a difficult technical problem at work, reach out to your network and potentially find an elegant solution. When searching for the perfect new position, these colleagues provide a great source of potential job leads at top… Read More

Low Unemployment and How it’s Affecting the Tech World

July 23rd, 2019

As the strong economy continues to hold steady, the unemployment rate remains at historically low levels. Because of this economic situation, tech companies need to up their game when it comes to staffing. The demand for high-quality IT candidates is high, with salaries on the increase as well. Organizations with strong company cultures known for… Read More

Helpful Tips for Searching for a Job While Still Employed

July 3rd, 2019

There comes a time in anyone’s technology career where finding a new job is a must, especially if you work in a poor office environment. Depending on your current financial situation, simply quitting without something else lined up isn’t really an option. In this case, searching for a new IT job without attracting the attention… Read More

Is Your Top Candidate a Good Fit For Your Company Culture?

December 16th, 2018

Your team executed the company’s staffing plan to perfection; identifying a top candidate with the skills and experience that meet the organizational need. But are they a fit with your office culture? It’s an important issue, as cultural fit contributes greatly to employee morale and retention. Ultimately, analyzing a candidate’s cultural fit needs to be… Read More

Getting the Most Out of Your Partnership with Your Staffing Firm

October 19th, 2012

The whole idea behind working with a staffing company is to make your work life easier, but it’s important that you take the time to lay the groundwork. If you rarely communicate with your staffing firm of choice, if you only talk to them when you’re in a pinch, or if you don’t communicate your… Read More