Well exactly, what even are code challenges anyway and why do people keep talking about them? Can they really be that good for IT recruitment? Well yes, yes they can.
Here, a panel of experts discusses the Future of Tech Recruitment, what challenges companies are currently facing, how we can better these address issues and what we can do now to safeguard for the future.
The panel consists of representatives from a cross section of the industry, including legal, SaaS, training, recruitment and corporate. With questions and participation from the audience to keep the panel on their toes (!) and to get a first hand look into the challenges of the industry.
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National research into teenagers’ perceptions of the tech industry. (Full report: Digital Skills Gap)
The skills gap. It’s a well-documented issue and a challenge that everyone faces in the tech industry. How has it happened, when did it start and what can we do to heal it? These are all questions we’ve been asking ourselves and ones we went directly to our schools with to see what’s happening at a grass roots level.
How many CVs have you received, read, filtered and processed? How many of those can you actually remember? A few? A couple? None?
Tech recruitment is a competitive field that’s sometimes characterised by an apparent skills shortage. Whether you’re a hiring manager, recruiter or HR professional, there are issues that come up over again, and particularly with the age old question of how to avoid spending precious time on the wrong candidates. Well, here are 5 ways to help you avoid the time wasters.
You can probably blame the dot.com boom for this but Silicon Valley companies have been pushing the idea for a while that employee happiness is about more than just their salary. The tech industry is under a great amount of pressure to keep their employees and to encourage maximum productivity. The focus has shifted away from only financial perks to other ways of keeping your staff sweet.
Imagine you are buying a car. Except instead of going to a garage, testing out a load of different cars and getting as much information as possible, you get a load of brochures with descriptions of cars that fit your criteria, narrow it down to the one that looks best and make your purchase solely on your impression from the brochure.