Are traditional CV's obsolete?
Struggling to hire front end devs? We hear you.
A few years ago, it was the norm to find technical candidates with a Computer Science (CS) degree, but now the landscape has changed and we’re seeing a world filled with bootcamp and self-taught developers.
Do you look forward to getting out of bed in the morning? Ok, we’re kidding, obviously nobody looks forward to leaving the house and hitting the traffic jam that is most morning commutes, so the real question is...
If you are struggling with how to hire unbiasedly and ultimately gaining and retaining talent that ‘gets’ you as a company, we have some helpful advice to get you moving in the right direction.
This January, it’s time to get a job that gets you.
This week, we’re talking about how addressing the skills gap can help you when hiring great engineers.
We’ve spent the last 3 years trying to change the way people think about tech hiring. Rather than focus on looking introspectively at the kind of tech candidates companies hired before, we asked them to look at the skills applicants need to achieve their vision.
When it comes to hiring, people often place lots of emphasis on the stress of interviewing as a candidate. What falls by the wayside, however, is the pressure facing interviewers, who must ensure they’ve made the correct hire for their team.
When it comes to job applications, in-person interviews are arguably the most nerve-wracking and sweat-inducing stage.
At their heart, Elsevier builds digital solutions designed to empower knowledge, which empowers those who use it. And it’s critical they find best-in-class talent that will enable them to build these solutions.
Compare the Market made the strategic move to open a tech hub in central London to create a stronger proposition for potential employees. As technology is fundamental to the success and growth of their business, it was critical they had a strong pipeline of talent quickly.