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One of the hardest things for an IT pro to do is try and find a way of telling their boss “I'm sorry but this can't be done”. It can be frustrating enough having to say it to a user but to the people who have complete control over your career it can actually feel almost dangerous!Keep Reading
There are many misconceptions surrounding IT, one of the main ones being that it's actually some kind of parallel universe. Other departments tend to think of the ‘IT guys’ as all being geeks who hide themselves away and rarely communicate with the outside world unless it is via email or online chat.Keep Reading
As an employer it can be hard to stand out from the crowd when you’re looking to add talent to your team. We sometimes find it difficult ourselves to make our adverts get noticed, especially as the recruitment space becomes more crowded across social media channels. LinkedIn is awash with recruiters trying to grab the attention of potential job seekers and the adverts and approaches they use are becoming more and more creative and in some cases bizarre.Keep Reading
Hiring the best talent is at the very core of any business and the key drivers behind long term success. There are many reasons why the talent you have on board is critical to have a competitive edge over others in the same field. Recruiting this talent isn't that easy however and both time, money and effort needs to be invested in getting the right person for the job at the first time of asking and not having to settle for the best of a bad bunch rather than a candidate that is genuinely ideal for the job.Keep Reading
Recruiting using social media is one of the most important and challenging skills to have when you’re looking to select the cream of the crop in terms of talent. It’s not just about one skill, which is where people struggle, it relies on you being a content creator, to have an opinion and actively seek out opportunities to engage.Keep Reading