During the opening address to Veeam's channel partners and resellers, Co-CEO and President Peter McKay discussed the company's recruitment plans for the next year. The privately owned company, which is pursuing some very rapid growth as it strives to push past the US$1B sales mark over the next couple of years, from today's US$607M, they plan to add a lot of new staff, bolstering the 1000 they've added over the last year or so.
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We've all heard about the skills shortage facing the tech industry. So, it's not surprising that people who have lost jobs in "legacy" industries are seeking to retrain and transition into what IBM calls "New Collar Jobs". The company has put together a short list of three things their hiring managers look for when bringing new people into Big Blue.
There's no shortage of resume tips on the internet, but word selection is one area that's often overlooked. Believe it or not, your verb choices can have a serious impact on how your resume is received by prospective hirers -- even if the listed skills and achievements remain otherwise unchanged. This infographic from Eapplicants lists 22 action verbs that have been proven to strengthen resumes, along with a multitude of extra tips.
The apps economy is suffering from a growing skills shortage, which can make it difficult to get a new software project off the ground. The good news is that there's still plenty of talent out there -- you just need to know where to look. This infographic from UpWork explains how to find and attract a remote development team that doesn't suck.
Every company is driven by people. When you first start your own business and need to expand your workforce quickly, it's tempting to hire the first decent person that walks through the door or take on an individual that isn't asking for too much money. But the important thing to remember is that hiring the right people can elevate your businesses to new heights. One startup investor has some advice about recruitment and why you shouldn't hesitate to let go of people who don't fit into your business.
Big data remains a hot topic, and that means finding and hiring qualified data scientists is trickier than ever. Here are some tactics you can use to help fill the gap.
Like many growing organisations, Australian developer Bigcommerce finds it challenging to recruit IT pros. Engineering director Soren Harner shared some of its more novel tactics, including leaving puzzles on "garage sale" style posters for potential recruits to solve.
It seems that whenever we're involved in recruiting new technical staff that the number of applicants is far in excess of the number we can possibly interview or hire? Over recent weeks, we've published a number of stories on how to make your CV stand out so you get the interview. But I'm thinking from the other side now. How do you filter all those responses and carry out the interview?