Building the Next Generation of Tech Leaders

Today’s workforce is undergoing a rapid generational transition. Not so long ago, baby boomers dominated the workforce. Today, the majority of working professionals across all industries are millennials – and the trend towards greater numbers of young professionals is only expected to accelerate. In other words, the old guard is making way for the new. As a… Read More »

Top Hiring Trends To Watch For In 2020

The standards of the tech industry are constantly evolving, which means that employers have to be equally dynamic and flexible if they are to retain a competitive edge. One of the major components of that flexibility is a company’s ability to re-evaluate and update its hiring and recruitment methodologies constantly. If an employer is aware… Read More »

Mind The Gap: Why Age Shouldn’t Be a Factor

In 2020, workplaces have become more multigenerational than ever before. Since each age group can contribute unique skills, perspectives, and modes of working, employers today are looking for talent across the entire spectrum of age. While the diversity in age can provide tremendous boons to the modern workplace, it can also occasionally cause problems for… Read More »

Here’s Why It’s Important To Thank Your Employees

Employee Appreciation

There are certain intangible qualities a workplace has to possess if it’s going to foster long-term satisfaction, happiness, and camaraderie in its employees. Respect, strong leadership, a mission statement founded upon a value structure – none of these characteristics can be bought, and yet the impacts they can have on your employee’s happiness are far… Read More »

4 Steps To Retraining An Employee

As managers, it’s not uncommon to find ourselves pondering what to do about an employee whose productivity or morale has noticeably declined. On the one hand, we could let them go. That’s rarely the ideal solution, however, because it will cost time, money, and resources to recruit, interview, and train their replacement. Whenever possible, we… Read More »

6 Tips to Help Employers Prepare for Their Interviews

The recruitment process is a two-way street between employers and candidates, which means it’s necessary for both parties to prepare appropriately before an interview. There is plenty of discussion surrounding how candidates should organize themselves pre-interview; however, there is an equal amount of responsibility that falls on the interviewer’s shoulders and which is discussed far… Read More »

How to Maintain a Close-Knit Team With Remote Employees

As communications technologies continue to improve, it is becoming increasingly common for companies around the world to work with remote employees – employees who do not regularly work on-site. A recent Gallup poll reported that 43% of employed Americans spend at least some time working remotely (compared to 39% in 2012). While there are certain… Read More »

Here Are 9 Signs That Top Talent Is About to Quit

As team leaders, it’s easy for us to recognize positive patterns of behavior among our team.  It’s little wonder why; we’re always looking for ways to make our teams stronger, so when we notice that someone is pulling extra weight, we’re quick to reward that person. The upshot is that while we’re busy promoting enthusiastic… Read More »

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