How Can You Activate Talent to Help Your Company?
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Too often, expensive staffing problems, delays, and hiring mistakes take place as a result of simple miscommunication between hiring managers and recruiters. These problems can
When you staff IT leadership positions, you probably aren
As the old saying goes, a little bit of honey can help us win support and get things done. But in the modern workplace, this homespun wisdom takes on a bit more complexity. Countless studies proving this simple truth underscore the powerful impact of praise; a few encouraging words can translate into reduced turnover, improved morale and big returns for the company bottom line. Great managers don
A few years ago, during the height of an economic slowdown, employers held the cards. Candidates had to work hard and jump through hoops to wrangle interview invitations, and at the negotiating table, employers held the advantage. But those times are over, and the tables have turned. We
Engineers and IT pros may hold plenty of technical experience, and they may be great coders and micro-level problem solvers. But this doesn
When you review candidate resumes, how carefully do you read between the lines? Do you allow yourself to be guided by instincts and broad impressions, or do you look for specific evidence of details that forecast success? Vague feelings and impressions can be useful, but they can also steer you astray. Here are a few moves that allow you to use your gut instincts without letting them drive the entire process. Look for concrete skills. Your candidate may be a