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Getting to the KORE with Robert Ardell

By Kore1 on September 21, 2016 in Getting To The KORE

 

Name: Robert Ardell Title: Co-Founder/Managing Partner Email Address: robert@kore1.com College/University: San Diego State University As an original Co-Founder and spending his entire career in technology, Robert has built his reputation over the last 25+ years as a go-to person to find a job or find the perfect candidate within Southern, CA.  Born in Newport Beach, went to college […]

 

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The State of IT Employment in Philadelphia

By mdewey on August 29, 2016 in IT Hiring

 

With our recent expansion to the Philadelphia market, we’re excited to see things hopping over here in the City of Brotherly Love. In order to better understand the challenges local organizations are facing when hiring tech professionals, we make a point to keep a finger on the pulse of the area’s IT scene. Here are […]

 

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Getting to the KORE with Steve Quarles

By Kore1 on August 19, 2016 in Getting To The KORE

 

Name: Steve Quarles Title: Co-Founder/President Email Address: steveq@kore1.com College/University: San Diego State University As the Co-Founder and President, Steve has built a reputation as a leader within the staffing community. He is constantly staying up to date with the latest hiring trends in order to stay competitive. Over the last few years, Steve has been apart of Kore1’s […]

 

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How eLearning Can Boost Your Tech Career

By Tom Kenaley on August 3, 2016 in Uncategorized

 

As the technology landscape continues to shift and grow and deepen, so too do the various complexities of business processes, cybersecurity, customer engagement, and more. And yet, in most cases, the value of digitizing is far greater than the potential burden. This is especially true in the case of professional development and eLearning. In the […]

 

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Here’s Why You Need a Shorter Interview Process

By Devin Hornick on July 19, 2016 in IT Hiring

 

Are you taking more than 30 days to fill positions? If so, you’re taking too long. But you’re probably not alone: The average time it takes to fill a position is at an all-time high, according to DHI Hiring Indicators, as its Mean Vacancy Measure reached 29.2 days in May, continuing this year’s historic highs. […]

 

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Best Interview Questions for Hiring Creative Professionals

By Kelly McMahon on July 5, 2016 in Creative Hiring

 

As we mentioned in a previous post, when it comes to hiring creative professionals, it’s arguably more important to look for soft skills such as creativity rather than technical skills. Which is all well and good. But what type of questions are best to ask when interviewing creative professionals? We’ve done some research, as well […]

 

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Why the “Cultural Fit vs. Functional Fit” Debate Matters in Creative Staffing

By Kelly McMahon on June 14, 2016 in Uncategorized

 

Unlike many other occupations, the creative field is one that depends heavily on soft skills (namely, creativity). And since soft skills are a major component of what is considered “cultural fit,” it stands to reason that cultural fit is more important than technical skills in placing the right creatives in open positions. However, there’s danger […]

 

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Strategies for Landing Your Dream Tech Job in LA

By Robert Ardell on May 25, 2016 in Candidates

 

When we look at the Southern California tech industry, we see exceptional job growth and continually improving unemployment rates. But what does that mean for the typical IT jobseeker in LA and the surrounding metro area? It’s a sentiment we hear all too often as an LA-based IT staffing firm. No matter what the experience […]

 

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KORE1 Works With Top Engineering Firm on UI / UX Project

By Tom Kenaley on May 17, 2016 in Recent Placement

 

Recently, KORE1 worked with one of the top ranked engineering firms in the nation to help them with a user experience project.  The site needed to be simple to use, maintain and capable of scaling with their current cloud-based solution.  They also needed the site content, messaging and target audience to be refined with easy-to-navigate UI. […]

 

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