Hiring

How to Make an Offer the Candidate Can’t Refuse

Currently the tech industry’s unemployment rate is at a staggering 1.9%, down 3% from last year. To remain relevant in such a full-employment market, companies must make extremely attractive offers. Talented IT professionals who are seeking new opportunities frequently face multiple offers, and whether you like it or not, the decision often comes down […]

By |July 24th, 2018|Categories: Hiring|Tags: |

Attracting Diverse Candidates in a Full Employment Market

Fostering a diverse workplace is crucial for an organization to innovate and thrive in today’s society. Without diversity, corporate climates would become stagnant, with everyone sharing analogous ideas and taking similar actions. Developing an ecosystem made up of employees from diverse ethnicities, genders, races, ages, and religions works wonders to create a well-rounded company. […]

By |July 18th, 2018|Categories: Hiring|Tags: |

Why Denver’s Technology Industry is the Nation’s Next Tech Mecca

Denver is widely considered an up-and-coming location, as Americans flock to the mountainous city in droves. In fact, the Denver area experienced one of the largest influxes of American migrants in the country between 2010 and 2014. It’s more than just a nice place to live, with beautiful outdoor spaces and all of the […]

By |March 14th, 2018|Categories: Hiring, Information Technology, IT Hiring|Tags: |

Your 2018 IT, Creative, and Engineering Salary Guide Has Arrived

It’s no secret that finding and recruiting skilled talent in today’s market is often a difficult and lengthy process for even the most seasoned hiring manager. Multiple industries are grappling with stark talent shortages that leave roles open, hurt productivity, and negatively impact bottom lines.

That is precisely why determining compensation levels that can capture […]

What Does a Ban on Asking Candidates for Historic Salary Information Mean for Your Recruiting Strategy?

Times are certainly changing, and nowhere are they changing faster than in employment law. Massachusetts has become the first state to ban employers from asking candidates about their salary history with a law that takes effect in July 2018. Designed to ensure equal pay for equal work, the legislation seeks to avoid a job […]

By |October 11th, 2017|Categories: Hiring||

How H-1B Visa Uncertainty Affects U.S. Employers, Job Seekers, and Consumers

After a call for H-1B visa reform earlier this year, the talk surrounding the topic has been never-ending. Months later, there are still no concrete law changes or indications of what the future of the H-1B program will look like. This is causing mass confusion and concern for companies and job seekers everywhere who […]

By |September 26th, 2017|Categories: Candidates, Hiring||