Tag: New York

Expect Increased Competition for Tech Talent

A new survey from Robert Half Technology, a leading IT staffing company, finds technology executives anticipate strong IT hiring activity in the first half of 2018.

Is There a Makerspace in Your Future?

It’s something that’s taking place in schools around the country, but it’s a concept that many companies can—and are—incorporating into their own training efforts: makerspaces.

Best Workplaces for Parents

Global research firm Great Place to Work has released its annual list of Best Workplaces for Parents. The award has advantages for companies on the list, as well as for those that didn’t receive recognition.

When a Candidate Is Nervous

If you’ve been interviewing job candidates for a while, you’ve probably come across a nervous candidate. A case of the interview jitters runs the gamut, from the person who can barely speak to the person who can’t stop talking. Other signs of nervousness include fidgeting, sweating, the shakes, and clumsy behavior.

How Recruiters Can Eliminate Gender Discrimination in Hiring

Gender discrimination in the workplace has been a topic of discussion for decades. The Equal Pay Act of 1963 theoretically means that men and women must be paid equal amounts (a primary concern when it comes to gender-based discrimination), yet hiring discrepancies and pay discrepancies remain—so this topic continues to be in discussion at the […]