The recruiting process is a sales process, where companies paint a picture of what life is like for those who work there. But it’s a concept organizations often miss: They focus so much on a candidate’s qualifications and skills that they forget the importance of creating a strong candidate experience.
Heavy workloads and a feeling of always being behind are pervasive issues in the U.S. workforce, specifically in my area of focus – the Software Product Development space. So what are the causes and how can you lessen the problem?
WinterWyman Search’s Software Technology practice has filled over 620 jobs in the engineering, front-end and data engineering fields over the past several years. The information presented below draws on this wealth of data. This report examines all jobs and placements from the prior 12 months.
The technical interview remains one of, if not the most, challenging types of interviews a candidate will experience. But, through practice, communication and preparation, you can and will position yourself to leave the most accurate impression and assessment of your skills.
It’s a common misconception among hiring managers that selling their company as a great place to work is the recruiter’s job. To a certain degree, that’s true, but remember, you need to pick up where the agency leaves off.
To stay competitive, remain attractive to employers and become experts in their field, programmers need to select and work on a few key growth areas. Here are eight ways to stay sharp while expanding your skills and marketability.
Today’s best tech professionals are being chased by companies large and small, and their current employers are working harder to keep them. . Simply put, technology professionals with up-to-date skills and proven experience are gold right now.