Interviews are a critical part of the IT hiring process. But with so little time to assess candidates, what are the best questions for managers to ask?
Like any group of people, members of an IT staff don’t always get along. In this guest post, workplace expert Jennifer Michelle has some advice for when trouble brews.
While the debate continues regarding the low numbers of women in IT and whether organizations should do anything to change it, one recent study offered a bit of good news:
Recent reports have been showing that IT salaries are increasing on average across the whole field. But here’s one factor that could affect how much IT pros gain:
Demand for IT workers with specific skills is strong. Increased regulatory requirements, mounds and mounds of data to collect, analyze and store, security concerns, booming technologies that businesses are hurrying to deploy – all these trends are leading to an uptick in the IT job market in 2012.
Things are very active in the tech job market right now, with a lot of companies trying to fill IT jobs and a lot of IT pros looking to change employers. Here are some tips for how tech job seekers can stand out from the competition.
Looking for an employee to fill a vacant IT job? If possible, it might pay off to promote a lower-level staff member rather than make an external hire, according to a new report.