Convenience is rarely mentioned when speaking with IT professionals, primarily because there are limited aspects of IT that offer true convenience. When forming a relationship with a solution-focused company, complexity is reduced for everyone involved.
I’m lucky to have functioned as an internal recruiter, external recruiter, and recruiting consultant for a variety of organizations. These experiences are incredibly valuable; I use them every day to help my clients answer: “When would you use in-house recruiters?”...
Could your business afford to pay out nearly $30 million? How about having to apologize to 40 million customers?
I think it’s safe to say that most surprise sales calls are generally met with an immediate hang-up or a prompt “no thank you.” Decision makers receive an average of 20 to 30 individual sales calls each day. No wonder cold calls are met with disdain!
Typically, candidates experience three or more rounds of interviews, each requiring in-depth research and preparation. When candidates complete the final interview and learn that an offer is coming, it’s common to feel pressure to immediately accept.
There’s a common misconception that unfilled positions save money. However, taking too long to hire can negatively impact the top and bottom lines in ways that technology hiring managers may not have considered. It isn’t always just about payroll and benefits, after all.
Chad Wansing, Solution Architect at Relus Technologies, helps customers understand the technical aspects of the new solutions in today’s market, how those solutions meet customer needs, and how to best design the solution for a custom fit in a customer’s particular environment.
Just like Atlanta was focusing on the new Braves and Falcons stadiums, they forgot to keep expanding their highway systems in case disasters strike. These gaps are often the most expensive oversight involved in projects.
Recruiting, and more importantly winning, technical talent is much like a 200-meter sprint. During the first 150 meters, you’re likely keeping pace with your competitors. You’re interviewing, moving people through the process efficiently, managing different agencies, and trying to balance your other responsibilities, as well.
Yup, that's me. You're probably wondering how I ended up in this situation. It all started two weeks ago. We were having a lunchtime cookout at Relus HQ to celebrate the Atlanta Braves home opener. There was an intense game of corn hole being played on one side...