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- 2000 Images Of My Little Ponies (And Other Tales Of IT Revenge)
- How To Get The Jobs That Are Never Advertised
- Why It's Better To Reward Groups Than Inviduals
- Are You Ready To Be A Freelance IT Professional?
- How Important Is A University Degree For A Career In IT?
- Questions To Expect When Hiring A Chief Information Security Officer
If you’re an IT professional who dreams of picking your own business hours, working in your pajamas and being your own boss, you may have considered going down the freelancing path. There are a number of pros and cons to becoming a fully fledged freelancer. Read on to find out whether freelancing is right for you.
Most organisations have an annual or quarterly performance review structure in place where employees are assessed on how well they are doing at work, how they feel about their current role and their career goals. PeopleSpark believes these reviews are ineffective and has brought out a survey software that managers can use to gauge workers’ attitude and performance on a more frequent basis.
Your interviewer isn’t the only one who should ask questions when you’re discussing a potential new job. If you’re curious what a job’s work hours are really like, this simple query can give you an idea.
This week’s KIQ that encourages interviewees to speak up.
There was a time when a university degree was vital for landing a good job. Certainly, that was what my parents drummed into my head when I was in school. But having a degree won’t guarantee you a job and there are many examples of high school and university dropouts flourishing in the IT industry. So do you really need a university degree when you’re looking to join the IT workforce?