Need a leg up on the competition finding your first or next position this upcoming year? Be warned: the top professional skills desired these days are less science- and tech-oriented, and more liberal arts-oriented. With AI and machine learning becoming a big part of the work-life along with social media and the likes taking over the personal, employers note a lack of interpersonal and humanity-based professional skills they find imperative in today’s job market. Hence, the shift from the highly technical skills to the more flexible one.
CIOs, CTOs and hiring managers should apply these four elements when assessing tech candidates.
BY LEAPROS® Talent
When we think of innovation, we think of big ideas, sharp skills, thinking outside of the box and pursuing unique challenges. Even more often, we associate these events and habits as acts of great entrepreneurs or expert technologists, and not applicable within a defined position or previously chosen career path. But by limiting our thinking, we also limit our employees.
Businesses spend billions convincing customers their brand is better than the rest. But what about the employee experience of working for the company? How much does your business spend attracting and keeping employees?
Regardless of how good you think your current hiring process is, chances are if you asked for feedback on the experience from newly hired employees, you'd see there are several ways it could improve.
Given that text is the most utilized data service worldwide, it is surprising that more employers have not yet capitalized on the practice.