Category: IT Hiring

The 4 Fastest Growing Technology Trends for 2014

by James P. Gardner on April 30, 2014


The immense expansion of technology is not just limited to its own industry anymore. Technology has become an integral part to how every organization operates and its individual departments are dependent upon it. For example, marketing relies heavily on consumer and client data and the ability to capture and analyze information in order to communicate […]


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4 Things Your Company Can Do To Attract Millennial IT Talent

by Anastasia C. Valentine on February 18, 2014


With the IT unemployment rate at 2-3% in most states, many companies are facing the most challenging times in managing an IT workforce since the late 90s. To confound current market conditions, you have to attract and hire from a pool of three diverse generations: Baby Boomers, Generation X and Millennials. While Millennials are often […]


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Ensuring BYOD Security Within the Enterprise

by James P. Gardner on August 20, 2013


Corporations are facing one of the most significant security challenges in today’s workplace: the bring your own device (or BYOD) phenomenon. With most employees more mobile than ever, in theory productivity is increased exponentially:  email, calendars, and apps are made available to employees’ devices, eliminating the need to be tied to an office. Responding to […]


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IT Recruiting Before the Internet

by Anastasia C. Valentine on July 17, 2013


It’s hard to envision a time before the Internet, before it was possible to upload your resume with an easy, fast, and cost-effective ‘point and click’. Rewind the clock 20 years or so, and it’s unfathomable to imagine how businesses operated before the ubiquity of the Internet. My first real job out of college was […]


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The Baby Boomer Impact on the Workplace

by James P. Gardner on June 5, 2013


According to the US Census Bureau, a Baby Boomer is a person who was born during the demographic post-World War II baby boom between the years 1946 and 1964.  The issue has been around for many years, but the impact of the Baby Boomer Generation on the workforce is being felt now more than ever. In today’s volatile […]


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Getting the Most Out of Your Employee Referral Program

by Marcy I. Link on April 2, 2013


Whether the IT candidate market is sparse or saturated, finding quality contractors has always been a significant challenge to the enterprise. Companies utilize their corporate website, job boards, LinkedIn, and even Facebook in their attempts to attract contractors, but the chance of getting an “A” player is slim. For many years, the employee referral program […]


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