Feature According to new research from Robert Half Technology, 2017 will remain a ‘stable’ hiring environment, with a focus on security and upgrades to existing IT systems and infrastructure.rn
Feature New research shows just how differently men and women perceive issues of workplace equality -- and how those perceptions shift (or don't) over time.rn
How-To It was another big year for IT professionals -- demand for IT skills was high, unemployment was low and salaries just kept rising. Here are our 10 most popular stories for job seekers in 2016.
Feature TEKsystems 2017 IT forecast shows IT budgets rebounding from a slump in 2016 and IT leaders' confidence is high going into the new year. But some challenges will persist.rn
Feature New research from the Society for Human Resource Management finds healthcare, retirement, paid leave and flexible work options are most important to employees.rn
Feature Despite dire predictions, the role of the system administrator is far from obsolete. Nick Bush is a prime example of how the role continues to evolve and change while remaining critical to IT.rn
Feature To land the best and brightest talent, HR and recruiters have to be willing to take risks. But that doesn't mean what you think it does.rn
Diverse-IT During the days after Donald Trump was elected the 45 U.S. president, supporters of diversity and equality in America are forced to ask ... what just happened?
Feature What started as an inside joke has become a way for some companies to put their proverbial money where their mouth is when it comes to family-friendly policies.rn
How-To Coding interviews are nerve-wracking, even for programmers with a computer science or engineering degree. They are e even scarier if you're a self-taught programmer. But using blind coding challenges can help boost your performance and even the odds.
Feature Want to attract more applicants for open positions? Hire faster? Improve diversity at the same time? Get rid of gendered language in your job descriptions.rn
Diverse-IT The trans community faces discrimination, harassment and high rates of unemployment and even suicide. Here's how your inclusion policies can be a force for good in the workplace.
Feature Unconscious bias impacts IT hiring in a major way, but there's a lot you can do to stop bias before it becomes a barrier to diversity and inclusion. Here are five bias-busting strategies you should use.rn
Feature New research from Accenture and Girls Who Code, released at the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing last week, reveals that the gender gap in tech is actually getting worse. Here's what you can do to fix it.rn
Feature Live events company StubHub took on a global rebranding effort and its new CMO Jennifer Betka was charged with putting diversity at center stage.rn
Diverse-IT The IT industry should be using its talent, money and influence to help effect social change and stand up for underrepresented and marginalized people.rn
Feature New research shows that organizations need to do a better job at verifying certification credentials if they want to benefit their value.rn
Feature Forget everything you think you know about millennials and their successors in the workplace, Generation Z. Here’s what they are looking for from employers.rn
Feature Variety is the spice of life, and it's part of what makes a career in DevOps both fascinating and challenging. This month, Eric Sigler, head of DevOps for PagerDuty, talks about his career and what gets him out of bed in the morning.rn
Feature New research from Deloitte shows that CIOs and CTOs at mid-market companies are in the drivers' seat more often when it comes to technology decisions.rn
Feature The first month at a new job is a crucial period. Here are seven tips for making sure your first month is one of your best and sets the tone for your tenure with your new company.rn
Diverse-IT For the last four years, Haufe U.S. has functioned as a workplace democracy, where its executive leadership is elected by the employees annually. The craziest part? It's working.
Feature Ready for a new job, but not quite ready to let go of your current one? You don't have to. In fact, you're more attractive to potential employers if you're already working. Here's how to conduct a job search while you're still gainfully employed.rn
Diverse-IT Summer's almost over, and that means more structured routines and fewer lazy afternoons. These quick tips can make reentry into 'real life' less painful.
Feature Trying to land a new job? Take a cue from Olympic athletes: Apply some hard work, preparation and dedication and you're sure to land that dream role.rn