Tag: Dallas IT Recruiting

3 IT hiring myths about generational differences

June 17, 2022 in Ask a Recruiter, Business Trends, Dallas IT Recruiting, Uncategorized

 

Although you would believe hiring in IT is based solely on resume facts, myths, fables, and folklore remain pervasive, especially around generational differences. Molly Waseka for The Enterprise Project explores three IT hiring myths here. Highlights are featured below. Myth #1: Older generations don’t use technology as much as younger generations Believing older generations don’t […]

 

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Article Spotlight: Pitfalls of Hiring Internationally

June 10, 2022 in Ask a Recruiter, Business Trends, Dallas IT Recruiting, Uncategorized

 

Although recruiting IT personnel internationally is nothing new, some firms late to the game face unforeseen challenges. Kate Stacey writing for techadar.com, describes specific challenges in hiring internationally. A few are highlighted below. Starting Too Late According to the article, “The added complexities of recruiting international workers can make the hiring process a lengthy affair. […]

 

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Article Spotlight: AI-Friendly Resumés

May 13, 2022 in Artificial Intelligence (AI), Ask a Recruiter, Business Trends, Dallas IT Recruiting, Uncategorized

 

Many wonder if something else is at play when thousands actively seek employment and thousands of positions remain unfilled. Hilke Schellmann asks why in an article for The Guardian and speculates that AI-recruiting tools may be to blame. As more data appears regarding algorithm biases, many qualified candidates are disqualified, costing companies and society billions […]

 

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Employees Need To Feel Connected: Leaders Have To Be Human

May 6, 2022 in Ask a Recruiter, Business Intelligence, Dallas IT Recruiting, Uncategorized

 

An article in Forbes contributed by Suzy Taherian highlights ways that C-suite personnel can connect with employees in the face of the challenges posed by the Covid pandemic. Undoubtedly, work/life balance has changed how the workforce interacts with management. Below are a few tips on how to connect. Feeling Connected When employees feel connected to […]

 

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The Future of Work (pt1)

April 8, 2022 in Ask a Recruiter, Business Trends, Dallas IT Recruiting, Uncategorized

 

Acknowledging the disruption COVID-19 has caused to work is no understatement. McKinsey & Company attempts to define and hypothesize what this means after the pandemic. This multi-part series highlights parts of their report found in full here. “Jobs with the highest physical proximity are likely to be most disrupted.” Some jobs, especially frontline services, cannot […]

 

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Salary Transparency

March 11, 2022 in Ask a Recruiter, Business Trends, Dallas IT Recruiting

 

Discrepancies between expectations and realities about salaries are a top reason candidates abandon a recruiting process. But a recent article by Kim Marie Lachance Shandrow from a LinkedIn blog post highlights the benefits of upfront salary transparency.  Balancing Acts Compensation can mean many things, and HR managers and recruiters often are under pressure to maintain […]

 

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It’s Not Me. It’s You – Candidates Abandoning the Recruiting Process

March 4, 2022 in Ask a Recruiter, Business Trends, Dallas IT Recruiting

 

Even as the pandemic takes a breather, recruiting remains a challenge, especially in IT. For many, it’s a candidate’s market, and business is booming. But according to an article by Kevin Grossman, citing the Talent Board’s 2021 Candidate Experience Benchmark Research Report, candidates are leaving the recruiting process for three common reasons described below. R-E-S-P-E-C-T […]

 

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Seeing Past The Great Resignation

February 18, 2022 in Ask a Recruiter, Business Trends, Dallas IT Recruiting

 

Although signs point to tapering, The Great Resignation is still going strong. Despite the panic this has created in talent acquisition, it has opened a new opportunity for employers and recruiters to explore hiring and retention practices. Roy Maurer, in an article for SHRM, explains. Challenges Remain Says Jennifer Shappley, vice president of global talent […]

 

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