CIOs, CTOs and hiring managers should apply these four elements when assessing tech candidates.
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.
Hiring a convicted felon isn't what most businesses set out to do. In fact, most companies would prefer to hire people who will be soon nominated for sainthood, which leaves candidates with a criminal record out. Employers need to keep in mind, though, that many saints have checkered pasts and so may some of your best employees. Here's what you need to know about hiring employees with a criminal history.
Conventional wisdom says that compacting your professional experience into a one-page CV is ideal. But new research from ResumeGo has blown this out of the water: Recruiters are actually nearly 2.3 times more likely to prefer two-page resumes over one-page resumes.
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Most job seekers and human resources managers would agree that the hiring process is flawed. There isn't an easy fix for recruiting process problems. But employers want to talk to qualified candidates and workers want to talk to recruiters. This human-to-human connection is still the most important aspect of hiring. As strange as it sounds, technology may actually help more of these conversations happen.
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Having the right skills is key to landing a job in technology. Tech job seekers have lots of incentive to acquire cutting-edge skills and put them at the center of their job search. Whether it’s cloud computing, artificial intelligence, or the latest in web development, the skills that tech job seekers find exciting or valuable are continually evolving. New Indeed research looks at the fastest-growing skills in tech job searches — the programming languages and tools that job seekers hope land them a new and exciting role in tech.