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  2. Customers are at the heart of a business, and many companies invest huge resources into making their customer experience better. Ensuring customers get good service from their first interaction with a company to their last is a good way to keep those customers coming back, and customer relationship management software helps businesses do this. If you’re a whiz with software or have experience working with CRM software and the know-how to get the best out of it, then this can make your very desirable in many industries. Creating the right customer experience is something modern businesses care deeply about, and your ability to use CRM software to help you do this can make you stand out when it comes to hiring time. Sales Making sales is a complicated process, and you need someone with the ability to keep track of their pipeline. CRM software helps salespeople by putting all the information they need in one place, keeping track of customer interactions, and helping everyone on the team stay updated. They also provide lots of analytical tools which can help you make more sales and become more efficient. Not everyone knows how to get the most from their CRM software, so your CRM skills can make you stand out. As a salesperson, your job is to guide the customer through the sales process, and the better you can work with the CRM system, the better you can do this. Call Centers and Customer Service These roles are all about collecting, storing, and accessing customer data, so it’s no surprise that CRM software plays a big part in these jobs. CRM systems can help streamline the whole process, allowing you to access customer information, dial out, log new information, and many other functions all from one screen. When you’re answering customer questions, you need as much information available to you as possible, and that’s what a CRM system gives you. Want to Read More Articles Like This One? Sign up here to receive weekly updates from Career Enlightenment, and never miss another powerful job searching tip! SUBSCRIBE! You have Successfully Subscribed! We hate spam too. Unsubscribe any time. IT CRM systems play a big role in IT in areas such as IT support. Again, information is key when it comes to fixing peoples’ IT issues, and you need to know how to effectively access that information. A CRM system helps to facilitate support tickets for clients, allowing you to update the ticket with the relevant information. This makes it easier for you to resolve the customer’s problem, but even if you can’t help them, it makes it easier for you to pass the customer on to someone who can help them. Marketing Many businesses access marketing features through their CRM system. Functions such as lead generation, campaign management, and email marketing can all be found in CRM software, so it can be very beneficial to have experience with the software. So much happens in marketing that it can be hard to keep track of everything that’s going on. CRM software helps businesses keep track of lots of different aspects of their marketing, automating processes, and helping to make their employees more efficient. View the full article
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  5. There are a lot of moving pieces involved in any job search—including emails, documents, and details. Here is some simple advice for getting and staying organized. View the full article
  6. If you’re dealing with depression and looking for a new job at the same time, it can feel overwhelming. Here’s what you need to know to get through it. View the full article
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  8. Does the five-day, 40-hour workweek still make sense? According to a survey from Robert Half, 66% of workers say no, preferring a compressed workweek. A compressed workweek is an alternative schedule that squeezes your standard workload into fewer days, resulting in longer weekends. And though there’s more than one way to compress your workload, the most common is by working four 10-hour days (rather than five 8-hour days). The biggest perk to a compressed workweek is arguably having that extra day for yourself, but other benefits include saving time and money on your commute or childcare, schedule flexibility and greater work/life balance. The catch? Finding an employer that offers this benefit—only 17% do. Even still, an increasing number of companies are testing (and adopting) compressed schedules. Microsoft, for instance, closed its offices for 2,300 employees in Japan every Friday for five weeks and saw productivity jump 40%. Perpetual Guardian, a New Zealand firm, made the switch to a four-day work week permanent after a trial resulted in lower stress levels and higher performance and engagement. Longing for longer weekends and fewer hours commuting? Find extra flex in your schedule at one of these 11 companies offering compressed workweeks. Basecamp Over 10,000 companies use Basecamp’s project management tool to organize projects all in one place. Unlike email chains and one-off sticky notes, Basecamp’s features like message boards, file sharing and automatic check-ins all but eliminate the fuss of keeping everyone in the loop, assigning tasks and tracking progress to move projects forward. What’s a compressed workweek at Basecamp? Example schedule: 8-hour workday, 4 days a week (32-hour workweek), May through August Four months out of the year, from May 1st to August 31st, employees stick to summer hours: 32-hour, four-day workweeks. The way Basecamp CEO Jason Fried sees it, “You can get plenty of stuff done in 32 and 40 hours if you cut out all the stuff that’s taking up your time.” During the months they’re not working compressed work schedules, the team regularly sticks to 40-hour workweeks. Dell With next-gen solutions, like Dell Technologies Cloud, AI, edge computing and enhanced data analytics, working at Dell means you’ll have every chance to get your hands on advanced platforms, tech and tools to make a real impact for others. What’s a compressed workweek at Dell? Example schedule: 10-hour workday, 4 days a week (40-hour workweek) Through its work flexibility program, Connected Workplace, eligible Dell employees can choose the work style that suits them best, from being fully remote to job-sharing (two part-time employees doing the work of one full-time employee) to compressed schedules. Opting for a compressed workweek gives team members the ability to fit work into less than five days, or “do a ten-day span and have time off on a recurring basis to attend to personal matters.” Duke University A top university and hospital, Duke University has been recognized as a best place to work by Forbes Magazine, Computerworld, The Scientist and others. (And of its top five undergraduate majors for the Class of 2023, computer science ranks number one.) So whether you’re one to turn data into actionable insights or build customized web-based software solutions, join Duke and you could be shaping the lives of students and researchers alike. What’s a compressed workweek at Duke University? Example schedule: 10-hour workday, 4 days a week (40-hour workweek) OR eight 9-hour days, one 8-hour day and one day off in a 2-week period (9/80 work schedule) Employees are generally able to compress their work in less than five days, if preferred. A couple of ways employees schedule an abbreviated workweek includes working four 10-hour days, or compressing two weeks of work into nine or nine and a half days. Join Seen for free to get matched with a company (and schedule) that works for you KPMG KPMG is an audit, tax and advisory firm that helps companies improve business performance and maintain compliance. And though KPMG has the backing of a leading global firm, you’ll find the culture as agile as a tech startup while you dig into designing solutions like AI-enabled managed services, implementing data science algorithms or pinpointing anomalies tucked away in large data sets. What’s a compressed workweek at KPMG? Example schedule: 10-hour workday, 4 days a week (40-hour workweek) From telecommuting to compressed workweeks, alternative schedules aren’t standard across the organization, but team members can work out an arrangement with their managers. “[Employee] satisfaction goes way up when they have control over their time,” says Barbara Wankoff, KPMG’s Director of Workplace Solutions. “And it increases employee morale and productivity and retention.” Northrop Grumman Northrop Grumman is at the forefront of global security and brings us some of the world’s most advanced products, from naval systems to the B-2 Spirit stealth bomber to NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope. Become part of the Northrop Grumman team for entirely new experiences and the chance to solve challenging problems in space, aeronautics, defense and cyberspace. What’s a compressed workweek at Northrop Grumman? Example schedule: Eight 9-hour days, one 8-hour day and one day off in a 2-week period (9/80 work schedule) Employees can design their schedule with options including telecommuting and 9/80 days (eight nine-hour days, one eight-hour day and one day off in a two-week period). “These flexible work arrangements give our employees the freedom to integrate their personal and professional passions, increase productivity and help us retain and recruit top talent,” Northrop Grumman tells Seen. “This is just one of many benefits we offer to ensure our employees know we value them.” Reusser Design Whether a client needs an SEO strategy reboot, website facelift or brand new app, Reusser Design is ready and waiting to meet those digital goals. If you thrive in a space where you can unleash your inner creative and juggle projects with moving deadlines, Reusser Design might be right up your alley. What’s a compressed workweek at Reusser Design? Example schedule: 10-hour workday, 4 days a week (40-hour workweek) Reusser Design gives employees a choice between working a four- or five-day work schedule. (At the moment, 75% of its employees choose a four-day week.) One way the team gets the most out of the shortened week is by setting aside two-hour blocks of time—no interruptions allowed. Ryan Ryan is a leading global tax services firm with over 14,000 clients across 50 countries (and named a great place to work time and time again). Working at Ryan, you’ll focus on developing enterprise apps, designing web-based software or troubleshooting Azure environments. What’s a compressed workweek at Ryan? Example schedule: 10-hour workday, 4 days a week (40-hour workweek) The Ryan team enjoys a culture that focuses on results (not hours) and have been enjoying the flexibility of four-day workweeks since 2008. As a result, Ryan saw employee turnover rate fall from 30% to 11% and watched as revenue and profit nearly doubled. SteelHouse On the cutting edge of ad tech, SteelHouse provides brands of all sizes advertising software to build stronger marketing connections. If you’re passionate about building intelligent, responsive products that make a real impact for the people they reach, you’ll find yourself right at home, whether developing UI components or optimizing performance for any of its creative products. What’s a compressed workweek at SteelHouse? Example schedule: One Friday off every month that doesn’t have a company holiday already SteelHouse observes one three-day weekend every month that doesn’t have a company holiday in it already. On these days (called SteelHouse Days), the entire company closes its doors. “Everyone loves a long holiday weekend because it’s refreshing and a needed break,” CEO Mark Douglas shares with Seen. “So we created that experience every month and it’s been our number one most loved perk.” “We’ve found that giving an extra three-day weekend ensures everyone on the team is rejuvenated and ready to give their all—both to their fellow teammates and our clients,” adds Anna McMurphy, VP, Head of People, Culture and Entertainment. “When you value your team as human beings it’s truly incredible how they reciprocate and put in the extra effort for the company.” PwC PwC is an assurance, tax and consulting services provider that uses modern tech to drive business change for its clients (like how it helped Chipotle launch a new loyalty program that led to a 99% increase in digital sales). Join the PwC team and be on the front lines of helping companies implement the right strategies needed to scale. What’s a compressed workweek at PwC? Example schedule: 10-hour workday, 4 days a week (40-hour workweek) Not all employees are required to adopt abbreviated schedules, but they are encouraged to follow a work schedule that fits their individual needs. According to Anne Donovan, US People Experience Leader at PwC, “For us, flexibility is not about working less, but it is about encouraging people to work differently,” adding that “when done right, flexibility results in a happier, healthier, and more productive workforce.” Ultimate Software Ultimate Software has made a name for itself as a leading provider of people management technology in the cloud (with customers like Subway and Yamaha as proof), and ranks #1 on Fortune’s Best Places to Work in Technology for 2019. Be part of the team to design innovative enterprise apps, solve challenging problems with tech like Python and Docker, and take part in a collaborative workplace with room for career development. What’s a compressed workweek at Ultimate Software? Example schedule: 10-hour workday, 4 days a week (40-hour workweek) The company makes a real effort to put its people first—and workplace flexibility is a key part of this. While over 40% of its team telecommutes, about a quarter take advantage of flexible schedules and compressed workweeks to make their schedules their own. Wildbit A small but mighty software company, Wildbit’s collection of web products (Beanstalk, Postmark and Conveyor) helps companies streamline operations and build loyal customers. On the team, further hone your tech chops as you play a role in its growing success using tech like C#, AWS and MySQL. What’s a compressed workweek at Wildbit? Example schedule: 8-hour workday, 4 days a week (32-hour workweek) What started as a trial run turned into the norm (they first experimented with it in 2017). Today, Wildbit is a remote-first team that works 32-hour, four-day workweeks. Natalie Nagele, Co-founder and CEO of Wildbit, shares with Seen her take on the success they’ve seen so far: “After years obsessing over productivity for our team, we realized that results are not quantified by the hours we spend in front of a computer. The brain is like a muscle. You need to work it and then give it time to rest to recover. It turns out, that rest is where we get our best inspiration and ideas. It’s when we are taking a walk or gardening, not when we are sitting at a desk. The results have been obvious enough to convince us to continue 32-hour workweeks for the last two years. We’re more productive, we make better informed decisions, and overall energy is higher when we come to work on Monday.” Find a compressed workweek that works for you Scrunching 40 hours into four days or scaling back weekly hours to 32 might be what comes to mind first when you think of compressed workweeks. But there are other ways companies offer employees abbreviated schedules, too. This might be shorter work weeks a few months out of the year or a 9/80 work schedule. Keep this in mind when you’re looking for a new opportunity that offers extra flex. And don’t forget, if flexible scheduling isn’t a company-wide option, that doesn’t mean you can’t negotiate an alternative schedule to break away from the usual 9-5. The post Compress your workweek at these 11 flexible companies appeared first on Seen by Indeed. View the full article
  9. Anjali Parikh Johnson of Cisco Meraki is the ultimate success story—but her true passion is helping to create an inclusive workplace. View the full article
  10. If you ask one of your friends who quit her company in the recent past, the most likely reason would be ‘My work did not get valued’, or ‘...E23rd Jan 2020 By ariaareeds Professional Writer View the full article
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  12. Project Include founder Ellen Pao talks about positive changes, disappointments, and what we can all be working on going forward. View the full article
  13. We’ve all heard of employer brand and what that can do for your recruitment efforts but there’s also such a thing as a personal brand. This week our panel of experts unpick exactly what that means and why future hires should consider having one. Kerri-Ann Hargreaves Having a strong personal brand is incredibly important. Be […] What is Personal Brand for candidates and How Does it Work? Undercover Recruiter - View the full article
  14. The world’s changing economy is complex and there are a number of areas of growth, stability and uncertainty that frame much of what is...222nd Jan 2020 By Sarah_Dennis Head of International View the full article
  15. Looking to make some career moves? Check out these 12 companies (with lots of job openings), all newly launched on The Muse. View the full article
  16. All eyes turned towards the manager as she gave her opinion of a strategy that was being discussed. This was part of the strategic meeting...G22nd Jan 2020 By ronald thomas Managing Director View the full article
  17. To assemble a world-class team, you must start by attracting the best talent. Technology company Apple says its latest move to offer...A22nd Jan 2020 By Steve Picarde President View the full article
  18. Though it’s an office favorite for instant-messaging coworkers with thoughts only a Baby Yoda GIF can convey, celebrating big wins with dancing blob emojis and taking a quick break in your company’s #random or #cats channel, what does Slack have to do with tech recruiting? Slack doesn’t just put more laughter in your workday or prevent your inbox from getting clogged. It’s also a place where you can network, share and get advice from others in your field and even source top tech talent—without ever leaving your desk. How? Beyond internal comms among employees, the platform also has topic- and interest-specific digital communities that are open to the public (via invite) where members share knowledge and insights, and can DM each other directly. So whether you’re looking to talk shop with other recruiters, source tech pros for those hard-to-fill roles or streamline your hiring process, we’ve curated 30+ of the best Slack communities for tech recruiters to join (or create)—and why you should. Beyond chat: Why recruiters should join a Slack community Your job as a recruiter isn’t just to post job openings and wait for who comes along. It’s to get involved in the tech recruiting community and build strong relationships that could lead to your next hire. What better way to start making those connections than by joining a Slack community? If you don’t already use Slack as a tech recruiter, there are lots of good reasons why you should: Get real-time advice from experts in the HR world. Ask questions, request feedback or bounce around ideas with people who’ve been there, done that. Meet new friends and mentors. Network with like-minded hirers who have the same challenges and can share their solutions. Discover and share useful resources. Make recommendations, share your experiences and discuss industry news and tips. Find the tech talent you’re looking for. Post job listings, share candidates with other recruiters and connect with developers, designers and other tech pros where they hang out. Streamline your hiring process. Collaborate on writing job descriptions, arranging interviews (and trading interview notes) and onboarding new employees. More cat GIFs. Table of contents Slack communities for recruiter discussions Slack communities for sourcing tech talent Bonus: Slack for streamlining your hiring process 600+ tech hirers tell us how they attract top talent: download the report now The best Slack communities for recruiter discussions To get you started, we’ve rounded up some of the best Slack communities where you can meet others passionate about recruitment, learn about new tools your peers use and find the inspiration you need to make better hires. 1. #DBR Short for Dragons, Beers and Recruiters, #DBR is a community for in-house recruiters to share tips, experiences (both good and bad), candidates and insights. The community also gets together in real life with monthly drinks and learning events in Shoreditch, London. Answer a few questions to get access to the community. 2. Hacking HR A global community of HR change-makers, Hacking HR is where you can chat with people who are passionate about the intersection of the future of work, technology, people and organizations. Its primary channels are #diversityandinclusion, #hrtech, #peopleanalytics and #resources. Get instant access to the community. 3. HRtoHR No need to attend an expensive recruiting conference in a faraway city. HRtoHR is where HR professionals learn from each other in real time by chatting about best practices, new tools, everyday challenges and more. Get instant access to the community. 4. #People Connect with 5,000+ HR professionals, managers and people interested in organizational psychology, jump in on Q&As and AMAs, and solicit feedback and advice. Popular channels include #culture-chat, #employee-experience, #problem-situations and #interviewing. Answer a few questions to get access to the community. 5. People Geeks With over 8,500 members, People Geeks is a place to talk about workplace culture, learn about the latest in people analytics and share candidates, open roles, articles and advice. You’ll also find location-based channels for cities across the world so you can connect with those in your local area. Get instant access to the community. 6. PeoplePeople Join this community to meet talent industry experts from around the world, share ideas about the changing recruiting landscape and take part in AMAs with recruiting influencers. Channel topics run from #culture-tactics to #interestingarticles to #networking (which automatically matches you with someone else in the channel each month). Get instant access to the community. Source: PeoplePeople7. Recruiting Innovators A dedicated space where over 1,000 sourcers, recruiters and hiring leaders discuss HR trends, technology and the latest recruiting innovations. Topics of conversation range from career advice (e.g., switching from corporate to agency recruiting) to recommendations for hiring tools (e.g., psychometric test platforms, ATS). Get instant access to the community. 8. techrecruiter A smaller community of just over 250 members, techrecruiter’s channels touch on employer branding, candidate experience, recruitment marketing, sourcing techniques and more—but for tech hiring specifically. Get instant access to the community. You can use Slack communities for sourcing tech talent, too Unlike noisy social platforms, Slack is pretty quiet when it comes to recruiter activity. That means your outreach will likely get more engagement than it does on more common sourcing channels. And since there are Slack communities for nearly every niche, language and framework in tech (with thousands of active members you can message directly), there’s no shortage of talent to tap into. Use Slofile—a database of public Slack groups—to search for a Slack community centered around a role or skill. Not only will you learn more about these roles and skills, but you’ll also get to see how members talk about job hunting so you know how to approach potential candidates, as well as collect valuable insights for more personalized outreach. If you’re looking for PHP or JavaScript developers, for example, you could join a community like WeLearnJS or PHP Chat. Or since WordPress is mainly based on PHP and JavaScript, you could also join WP Developers’ Club or WordPress + Slack. Here are a few Slack communities you might want to join depending on the talent you’re looking for: Bot Developer Hangout clojurians Elm Erlang FEDs on Slack (front-end development) GraphQL Microsoft Developer Chat (.NET, SQL Server, Azure) Postgres Product School PySlackers Ruby developers You could also join a tech-focused Slack community based on the location where you’re hiring (nearly every major city has one): #techlondon Chicago Tech Cleveland Tech DCTech Denver Devs Irish Tech Community NashDev NYCTech phillydev Vancouver Developers Want more places to find tech talent? Check out our list of the best Slack communities for tech pros for 22 more groups to join based on the role you’re recruiting for (e.g., mobile developer, UX designer, product manager, QA engineer). Or, browse through the tech category on Slofile: Bonus: Create your own Slack channel to streamline the hiring process Another way to take advantage of Slack as a recruiter is to create your own internal Slack channel to keep track of the hiring process. While it’s not quite the same concept as a Slack community, creating your own Slack channel can make the tech hiring process faster and more efficient. Start a private channel for each role you need to fill (#hiring-[job title]) and invite everyone on your team who needs to be involved in the process. Pin the job listing at the top and include a plan for how you’ll go about filling the role. This might include setting deadlines, adding interview notes and feedback, sharing promising candidates and storing HR documents and candidate resumes. Source: Recruitee.comOther ideas include encouraging employee referrals by creating a channel where you announce new job openings to a company-wide audience or creating an #onboarding channel to make sure new hires don’t feel lost or confused in their first days and weeks (and to boost retention). Slack: An overlooked recruiting hack There’s no question: Slack dominates the workplace. As a recruiter, you’re probably already using it to chat to your team (and react to messages using your favorite memes)—but you can use it for much more than that. Join a few Slack communities that pique your interest to network with (and learn from) other recruiters. What roles are you hiring for? Get involved in a group you think your ideal candidate might be part of—whether it’s based on role title, skills or location—and start to form connections. And finally, cut down the amount of time it takes you to hire by using Slack channels to recruit smarter. The post 30+ of the best Slack communities for tech recruiters appeared first on Seen by Indeed. View the full article
  19. In my thirty years of helping companies hire from their competitors, I have come to believe in two truths: when the economy is either very good or very bad, the amount of lateral hiring ticks up dramatically. Two other phenomena accompany those truths: both hiring practices and the speed at which a hire goes from hello […] 4 Rules for Hiring From the Competition Undercover Recruiter - View the full article
  20. Cloud isn’t just a tool anymore, but a way of life. As of 2019, the worldwide public cloud services market sits at $214.3B and Gartner predicts it’ll hit $331.2B by 2022. If so, growth of the cloud services industry will be about three times that of overall IT services. These days, migrating to the cloud is a priority for companies of all sizes (an estimated 83% of enterprises will be in the cloud by 2020 with 41% running on public cloud platforms). And with leading public cloud providers battling to be number one, acquisitions and partnerships are emerging, like IBM’s $34 billion acquisition of RedHat as well as Microsoft Corporation’s and AT&T’s recent announcement that AT&T’s 5G network will run on Azure. But even with a promising outlook, the cloud computing market isn’t immune to fluctuations. We used data to find out how the overall market is affecting the job market to answer questions like: Are candidates searching for clouding computing jobs more or less in recent years? Are there even enough jobs to go around? (Rest assured, there are.) Cloud computing trends: a snapshot of candidate and employer activity Even with a dip in recent job seeker activity, the cloud computing job market looks bright. According to, in the four-year time period between October 2015 and October 2019, the share of cloud computing jobs per million increased by 54.92%. During that same time, the share of searches per million for cloud computing jobs grew by 20.71%. Looking more recently, we see less growth on both sides of the job market. From October 2018 to October 2019, the share of cloud computing job postings per million on Indeed rose by 12.17%, while the share of searches per million for these jobs decreased by 2.61%. Less job seeker and employer interest is no indication of a major slowdown but may suggest a natural plateau after years of aggressive growth. Amazon Web Service, Inc., for instance, is a prime example of somewhat slower, yet stable gains. AWS increased 35% in Q3 2019, despite that quarter seeing the lowest growth in the last five years. Join Seen for free to get matched with a cloud computing role that’ll put you on cloud nine How leading cloud computing providers are faring AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform drive the cloud computing industry, and each cloud provider has seen impressive growth over the last several years. But which one leads the way in terms of job postings and searches? In the four-year stretch from October 2015 to October 2019, the percentage change in job seeker searches increased for all three: AWS by 157.77%, Azure by 130.41% and Google Cloud by 908.75%. The most recent year, however, tells a slightly different story. That’s when searches for both Google Cloud and AWS dropped (by 9.22% and 5.5% respectively) while job seeker interest for Azure rose by 15.39%. The percentage change in job postings is similar to that of job searches. From October 2015 to October 2019, all three providers saw growth. The share of job postings in that time period increased for AWS by 232.06% and Azure by 302.47%, while Google Cloud saw the biggest jump at 1,337.05%. Between 2018 and 2019, the number of job postings for AWS climbed 21.07%, Azure by 30.59% and Google Cloud by 40.87%. Want to know where cloud computing roles pay the most? Check out our list of the 10 top cities for high cloud engineer salaries. Learn these in-demand tech skills, give your cloud career wings With less job seeker interest than job postings, there’s a chance you have a slight competitive edge as a tech candidate. But you still need to continually develop the right skills to stand out from the rest and seal the deal at your next cloud interview. When looking at job titles containing “cloud” on Indeed, AWS tops the list of tech skills in demand for those roles, followed by Java, Python, Azure and SQL. But how important is it to know all of these skills if you specialize in a particular cloud computing platform—i.e., do you need to know Azure if your primary focus is Google Cloud Platform? For the most part, yes. Employers hiring specifically for AWS, Azure or Google Cloud roles all want tech talent skilled in AWS, Python, Azure and Java. This means that if you want your cloud engineering career to take off, you should be familiar with each. But while four out of the top five in-demand skills are the same for each platform, a different skill rounds out each list. Indeed data tells us that AWS job postings want candidates skilled in Linux, Azure jobs are looking for SQL talent and Google Cloud needs Google Cloud Platform expertise. Where will your cloud computing career take you? As it turns out, having your head the clouds isn’t such a bad thing. The cloud computing industry has proven it’s more than a fleeting trend as companies make the shift from hardware-heavy systems to remote cloud servers—and our data proves it (along with the continued revenue growth of leading cloud providers). And less job seeker interest coupled with higher employer demand signals it’s a good time to step into a cloud computing career or take yours even higher. The post The latest cloud computing trends shaping the job market appeared first on Seen by Indeed. View the full article
  21. As the Head of Inclusion and Collaboration, Jessica Gilbert is making her mark on the tech company Cisco Meraki. View the full article
  22. We know that women are still fighting to be equal in the workplace and raising the subject of periods may feel like we’re putting a...W21st Jan 2020 By Co-founder View the full article
  23. In this week's Squiggly Careers podcast, Helen and Sarah talk to two inspirational women about their fascinating and very squiggly career journeys. Sarah talks to award-winning social entrepreneur Dr Caroline Casey, who took a life changing decision at 28 to leave her successful career as a management consultant and travel across India on an elephant. Since then, Caroline's career has been committed to building a global movement on inclusive business. Helen then talks to Polly McMaster, founder and CEO of empowering women's clothing brand The Fold. Polly's squiggly career includes a PhD in molecular biology, an MBA, healthcare consulting and private equity in the healthcare industry. Hear about they have kept learning, stayed resilient and navigated the ups and downs of their squiggly career. For information regarding your data privacy, visit the full article
  24. Dr. Zay Satchu (Bondvet) and Kathryn Minshew talk about veterinary clinics, leadership, and building work environments focused on emotional wellbeing. View the full article
  25. Nuffield Health’s latest whitepaper – The effects of remote working on stress, wellbeing, and productivity – has discovered remote working correlates with higher workplace wellbeing but can also offer unique business challenges. Hectic schedules and long hours have become an increasingly prevalent issue across offices and the rising gig economy, with a new study from Gallup revealing 23 percent […] Preventing Burnout in the Multi-generational Gig Economy Undercover Recruiter - View the full article
  26. This global biotech company stands out in a competitive industry by prioritizing authenticity—saying no to impersonal stock photography and “vanilla” social media advocacy. Tammy Embry is a Global Employer Brand and Recruitment Marketing Strategist at Amgen. Have a listen to the episode below, keep reading for a summary and be sure to subscribe to the Employer […] Attracting Talent Through Employer Brand Authenticity Undercover Recruiter - View the full article
  27. While it’s easy to feel defeated after spotting discouraging news headlines about women being overlooked in the latest Oscars drama (pun intended), let’s focus our attention elsewhere. It’s still early in 2020, so we can start by ringing in this year by celebrating these women who have battled not only the battles typical of any […] Secrets to How Women Entrepreneurs Manage Their Travel Undercover Recruiter - View the full article
  28. It wasn’t that long ago that the concept of Artificial Intelligence was relegated to sci-fi books and movies. Advancements in technology in...H18th Jan 2020 By Matt Shealy President View the full article
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