What Can Uber’s Culture Mistakes Teach Your Business?

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Uber has been in the news a lot lately, and not for its disruptive business model. There have been accusations of gender discrimination, sexual harassment, inappropriate use of user data, and theft of intellectual property. The cherry on top was a video of CEO Travis Kalanick berating an Uber driver. The company has made a… Read more »

Why AI Will Create More Tech Jobs Than We Thought

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There has been a great deal of panic in the job market around the growth of artificial intelligence (AI). If you scan the headlines, you’ll find an endless array of headlines warning people that robots are finally coming for tech jobs.  The truth is; however, artificial intelligence isn’t poised to take over the human workforce…. Read more »

It’s Time To Rethink Tech Workforce Development

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While Silicon Valley is still considered to be America’s tech capital, the truth is, every industry is in need of skilled tech professionals to help them design networks, build software, keep systems secure, and innovate new applications.  In fact, 91% of tech jobs today are located outside of Silicon Valley and 60% are in non-tech… Read more »

Why Nontraditional Employees are the Answer to Your Tech Talent Gaps

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Hiring managers in the tech space are well aware of the documented and widening tech talent gaps in the market. And despite this challenge, many companies are still focusing on traditional hiring processes for tech talent, all the while lamenting how difficult it is to find the right candidates. If you want to overcome the… Read more »

Follow These Tips to Develop the Next Generation of IT Leaders

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There has been a great deal of focus on the IT skill gap at the employee level, but given the age of many people in tech leadership positions, there is a growing gap occurring at the top of the IT chain of command. Experienced leaders are retiring or are opting for second acts as consultants,… Read more »

Where are Tech Jobs Experiencing the Most Growth?

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Every HR team and tech leader know that the IT workforce is in a continual state of rapid evolution. Just when you think you’ve got your salary and staffing resources allocated effectively, the ground moves beneath your feet, making it difficult to strategize, budget and plan staffing decisions. To help you get a handle on… Read more »

Seven Sizzling Tech Jobs You Need to Hire for Now

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In today’s technology-driven environment, companies are only as good as the tech they deploy and technology can only be as good as the team behind it.  Building a tech team is unique, as it requires a constant focus on the future. Companies can’t afford to be complacent with the group they have today, because changes… Read more »

How Data Can Eliminate Office Politics

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Nobody likes to play office politics. It is demoralizing to worry more about who your friends are and who can buddy up to the boss than to worry about the quality of work being produced. When there is too much politicking going on, it naturally drives talented people away from the organization.  Office politics comes… Read more »

How New Visa Rules Will Affect the Cybersecurity Industry

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For many years, the American cybersecurity industry has been able to bridge the ever-expanding skill gap through global recruiting, seeking out talented professionals wherever they may live.  However, the recent “Buy American and Hire American” executive order that puts new restrictions on the H-1B visa program has companies that rely on global talent scrambling to… Read more »

Why You Should Interview Millennials with Mainframe Skills

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As IT pros from the Baby Boomer generation retire, they are taking some important skills with them, including mainframe skills.  Today, mainframe is hardly considered a “sexy” tech niche, but for large corporations, mainframe is still the best way to process information and keep it secure. In many cases, proprietary mainframe code can’t be efficiently… Read more »