posted on April 19th, 2012
IT trends are always changing and the professionals at WinterWyman are constantly keeping up with these trends. Watch this video as Joe Kotlinski, Partner at WinterWyman, discusses the technologies that will help you become more marketable to employers.
posted on March 22nd, 2012
Hundreds of companies benefit from working with staffing firms each year. They utilize resources better, receive more qualified candidates, and discover greater talent that stay with them for longer and improve their business. Scott Ragusa, President of Search and Staffing at WinterWyman, shares his advice for clients starting a relationship with a staffing firm.
posted on March 1st, 2012
The staffing landscape has evolved greatly over the past few years, and industry leaders have adapted their processes similarly in order to maintain superiority. WinterWyman has remained at the forefront of the staffing industry in the Northeast, and Scott Ragusa, president of the contracts businesses, explains why in the following video.
posted on February 13th, 2012
WinterWyman's Partner / Manager Melanie Kilsey, explains her thoughts on why employers prefer hiring contract or temporary employees. Watch how she discusses trends on both in recession and in recovery.
posted on January 19th, 2012
Linux systems administrators have enjoyed job security, even through the recent recession. Organizations will always need professionals to maintain their hardware, right? Well, yes and no. The emergence of new technologies is changing the systems administrator role. While it may never be obsolete, the position as we know it is changing. In the past, you could find a Linux systems administrator working in a back room, maintaining a company’s servers; much of the role was performed behind the scenes. New technologies, however, are inviting systems administrators front and center.
posted on July 15th, 2011
Technology jobs held up during the recession, but the overall economic instability made job candidates and companies nervous about change. Talented technologists stayed in their positions and companies held back on hiring. That has all changed.
posted on July 10th, 2011
There continues to be a strong demand for accounting and finance talent, even while the economic crisis has hit other industries hard. This trend will continue due to increased corporate scrutiny and regulations, increasingly complex accounting issues, globalization and a waning interest by undergraduates to choose an accounting or finance career. These factors mean that companies need to consider how best to compete to keep their own talent and attract the best talent for their accounting and finance jobs.
posted on June 28th, 2011
Tech Skills are a Must Have in Any Market
The recession changed the dynamic in hiring from fast and furious to cautious and careful. This trend continues even as the recession ends. Unemployment is at 9%. Millions are out of work. But does this means that you can keep the hiring bar high and take your time in the hiring process?? Not really. The people you really want are hard to find. This article from the Wall Street Journal explains more: http://on.wsj.com/hqKKCE.
posted on June 11th, 2011
A lot of our recruiters have been through more than one economic downturn in their tenures. Each has offered lessons for job seekers. One lesson many people seemed to learn from this most recent downturn was the value of their network. Some people realized they had failed to proactively keep their network fresh and alive. Now, after the experience of seeking employment in an uncertain economy, they vowed never to let their networks grow stale again.
posted on May 31st, 2011
As recruiters, we are asked a lot of questions. We want to share three great questions with you from the perspective of a job candidate. We don’t hear these questions enough, and they are a smart place to start when working with a recruiter.