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  • How to Make Yourself a Better Manager

    it seems the old adage is true, "people don't leave companies, they leave managers". bad managers undoubtedly cost businesses billions. recent gallup research shows that managers are accountable for a 70 percent variance in employee engagement scores across the different business units. as a result, only 30 percent of u.s. employees are actively engaged. that number sinks to 13 percent internationally.

    Written by Rich Hein10 Oct. 14 00:17
  • BYOD IT Skills in High Demand

    The rise of BYOD is making an impact on a variety of IT positions, from help desk to mobile app development to security and compliance. In fact, according to one research firm, its one of the only bright spots on the IT jobs landscape.

    Written by Tom Kaneshige24 Jan. 14 21:52
  • 5 hybrid IT roles your business needs to succeed in 2014

    This year, the ability to simply configure and run a server or develop software in isolation won't be enough. Employers will aggressively pursue workers with multi-dimensional talent -- combinations of technology, domain, business, process and people skills.

    Written by Stephanie Overby24 Jan. 14 13:48
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  • 12 Tips to Help College Grads Land Their First IT Job

    Technology and HR pros, as well as IT recruiters, share their advice on how recent graduates and those still in college can best position themselves for a technology career.

    Written by Jennifer Lonoff Schiff24 June 14 01:02
  • CIOs' job satisfaction increases despite recession

    Despite having to cope with massive budget cuts, salary freezes and demoralized staffs, most employed IT executives are more satisfied with their jobs this year than they have been in previous years, according to the results of a job satisfaction survey conducted by ExecuNet.

    Written by Meridith Levinson22 Aug. 09 03:28
  • How job seekers can assess an employer's office culture

    With job opportunities so scarce these days, job seekers are under tremendous pressure to impress hiring managers during job interviews. In fact, they're so caught up in making a good impression that it's easy for job seekers to forget that the job interview remains their opportunity to assess a prospective employer's corporate culture and to determine whether that work environment will suit them, says Vanessa Hall, author of The Truth About Trust in Business.

    Written by Meridith Levinson01 Aug. 09 00:33