Stories by Sharon Florentine

How to build a strong employee referral culture

A strong referral culture can be a competitive advantage in the talent wars. Here’s how to create a workplace that your employees will want to recommend to friends and former colleagues.

Written by Sharon Florentine18 July 16 20:37

3 tips for negotiating the salary you deserve

Successfully negotiating a starting salary or for a raise comes down to being able to prove three things: your accomplishments, your achievements and your value.

Written by Sharon Florentine21 June 16 22:33

How agile helps attract and retain millennial tech pros

IT organizations are in search of talent, but they are finding that the agile methodology is great for attracting and retaining the next generation of engineers and developers.

Written by Sharon Florentine07 June 16 21:52

More than half of IT projects still failing

An annual survey from project management company Innotas shows that more than half of IT projects fail, three years after a similar survey showed nearly identical findings.

Written by Sharon Florentine11 May 16 21:16

Tips for hiring the right remote worker

Hiring remote workers requires a different screening and interview process than for on-site employees. Here's how to get it right.

Written by Sharon Florentine22 April 16 09:37

IT pros happy but open to new career opportunities

The 2016 Job Seeker Nation study from Jobvite shows the U.S. workforce is in a state of flux. Job tenures are shorter and the hunt for new opportunities never stops.

Written by Sharon Florentine19 April 16 19:49

IT career roadmap: How to become a data scientist

In this month's Career Roadmap, Tom Walsh and Alex Krowitz, both research engineers for workforce management company Kronos, discuss what it takes to be a data scientist -- one of today's hottest and most in-demand IT careers.

Written by Sharon Florentine18 April 16 19:57

6 ways you're getting teamwork wrong

Teamwork and collaboration are great enterprise goals. But to be effective, they have to be done right. Here's what not to do.

Written by Sharon Florentine31 March 16 22:26