There you are all dressed up. You’re looking smart, you’re excited if a little nervous, you want to make a good first impression and more than anything you want this person to be the right one.
The gender gap in tech is a much-discussed topic, and an important one. We decided to delve deeper into the matter and see what progress is being made, what attitudes have changed and if anything is different now. We’ve brought together as many relevant statistics as we can find to highlight the gender gap and help us all figure out what more can be done..
You need to recruit for a position urgently. You’ve got a set of applicants with strong CVs, glowing references and who all of whom seemed pretty switched on at interview. What else could you do to make sure they will be a good fit for the job and your company? In this article, we are going to run through the benefits of using an assessment designed to measure personality specifically and how this helps organisations make better selection decisions.
What is a junior developer? No really, it’s a serious question. We ran a workshop with CTOs recently which revealed that Juniors get a really bad rap. “Junior developers are…. needy, inexperienced, unable to work without direction, unable to make decisions…” Right?
As you will understand yourselves, being successful hardworking businesses in your own right, the most common question we get asked is how our products help our customers. And that’s the main point, isn’t it? It doesn’t matter how flash something is, what’s the point if it doesn’t help?
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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