The big news is that Americans are still quitting their jobs in big numbers. One business publication has coined the term “Forever Resignation” to describe what’s going on.
Is it really the office doughnut that can draw reluctant workers back to the office?
A recent survey found that 80% of tech workers are considering looking for another job this spring, and most are doing more than considering.
A recruiter just calls a candidate, shares a job description, and before long, the applicant is interviewing, right? No, not really.
It's the seventh year in a row that we've won awards based completely on ratings given by our clients and the employees that we’ve placed.
A year ago I stated my belief that 2021 would be a year of amazing recovery and growth. Overall economic numbers have borne out that belief, even while IT Staffing has been in a state of flux all year.
Regardless of how well remote workers perform, a bias against them can develop simply because they are not working in the office. It can be a classic case of the cliché “out of sight, out of mind” ringing true.
The call for diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging (DEIB) in the workplace is loud and growing louder by the day, according business publications. Is your organization heeding the call?
The IT talent supply challenge is very real. Every company looking for IT talent already knows what TechServe Alliance announced recently: Unemployment in the IT sector, as defined by TechServe, stands at 2.9%
As we enter the latter half of 2021, the demand for IT talent has not slowed down.
National Hire A Veteran Day was celebrated on July 25, and it got us thinking about our own efforts to hire candidates with military backgrounds.
Many organizations had been discussing how they might re-open once the COVID-19 virus was controlled enough to move forward. Those discussions, which had been mostly theoretical, were suddenly about the here and now.
News about IT hiring always seems to be a double-edged sword, so the good news about IT employment increasing is tempered by the news of a chronic skills shortage.
The good news is that IT employment will be back to pre-COVID levels soon; the bad news is that the skills gap will be back with it.