Feature According to Deloitte, most millennials at your company have one foot out the door and eye on their next position. What can you do to convince them to stay?rn
Feature Job hopping is no longer taboo. Many job-seekers are finding they can achieve a higher salary, learn new skills and expand their expertise by changing jobs every few years.
Feature IT professionals are well-compensated, but 2016 looks will bring even higher pay for some tech workers. If you're looking to boost your paycheck, consider adding one or more of these 20 skills to your resume.rn
Feature When it comes to gripes about IT, CIOs need to go back to basics to address the needs of their most important customers -- their internal users.rn
Feature The IT industry offers some of the U.S.'s most generous parental leave policies. Here are 10 with excellent benefits for new mothers and fathers.rn
Feature Successful self-promotion is a necessary career survival skill for any tech professional -- and it’s especially true for women in IT. Here's how to do it right. rn
Feature Face-to-face interactions are increasingly important in a digital world, and can positively impact your business. Here's why you should encourage some ‘workplace distractions.’rn
Feature Recent research from BambooHR shows that breaks, small talk and socializing in the workplace can actually help bolster productivity and employee engagement.rn
Feature With approximately 90 percent of businesses using the cloud in some fashion, it's safe to say the technology has become a mainstay in IT. But challenges remain beyond the initial integration.rn
Feature Holidays didn’t feel very jolly this year? Forced fun and infringing on employees' personal time and finances probably didn’t help. Here are seven holiday horror stories, based on an survey from organizational psychologist and workplace management consultant Paul White.rn
Opinion Ring in the new year with cloud adoption, hyper-convergence in the data center and IT talent with killer business acumen. Here are six technology advancements our experts want for the holidays.rn
Feature Over the last year, CIO.com's team of resume experts and career consultants have helped numerous IT professionals showcase their knowledge, experience and technical skills to help them land their dream IT jobs. Here are the top 11 resume tips from 2015.
Feature Everyone's stressed during the holidays, but don’t dismiss it as just a seasonal ailment. Holiday stress may represent much more serious problems within your organization.
Feature Miriam Aguirre has been a gamer since the days of Atari. Today, as director of engineering at a mobile gaming company, she's working to bring esports to the masses and make the world of gaming more diverse.rn
Feature It's a great time to be in IT. Unemployment rates in the industry are hovering around historic lows, and some roles are showing unemployment rates of around 1 percent. Opportunities abound for IT pros. Here are the top 10 IT skills that will be in high demand for 2016.rn
How-To The gig economy is making a major impact on the IT industry, and millions of IT pros are taking advantage of the flexibility, freedom and income-generating potential it has to offer. Here's what's hot (and what's not) in the gig economy for 2016.
How-To Prudential Annuities vice president and CIO Glenn Siegmund was proud of his organization's successful multiyear IT maturation and modernization initiative. But something was still missing -- engagement. Here's how he implemented a roadmap to retain and attract elite IT talent.
Feature Allen Bocian's resume was packed with skills, experience and knowledge, but his overall message was getting lost. Here's how Regal Resumes' Caitlin Sampson helped him focus his story.rn
Feature With multiple generations making up today's workforce, conflicts are bound to arise -- especially as millennials assume management roles. Here's how to take best advantage of the unique characteristics of Baby Boomers, Gen X and Gen Y.
Feature Businesses are increasingly finding IT talent in the Silicon Prairie -- outside of the traditional tech hot spots of California and New York City.rn
Feature It's common knowledge that women are underrepresented in STEM careers. What's less clear is what businesses can do to better attract and retain women in their fields.
Feature Billions of dollars have been spent to addresses weaknesses in organizations' talent pipeline in the hopes of increasing representation of women and minorities. Why hasn't it worked? ‘It's the culture, stupid.’rn
Feature Do you hit that mid-afternoon slump every day? Rather than making a Starbucks run or pounding a couple of Red Bull energy drinks, follow these 12 natural ways to boost your energy and your productivity.rn
Feature Improving diversity at your tech company starts with diversifying how you build your hiring pipeline. From Grace Hopper 2015, experts share their tips for improving diversity at every step in the process: from writing job descriptions to sourcing, recruiting and screening candidates.rn
Feature As older IT professionals age out of the workforce, companies need to ensure they have the right knowledge and skills to keep their legacy tech running smoothly.rn
Feature Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Technology 2015 will focus on the success, achievements and accomplishments of women in technology and emphasize leadership, community and the importance of connections.rn
Feature What if you could pinpoint the characteristics that make your top talent so good, and use that info to identify new recruits? Online social learning and collaboration platform Piazza is rolling out a new feature set that it claims allows you to do just that.
Feature What you omit from your resume is just as important to job search success as what you include. Here, CIO.com has culled advice from resume experts on what to leave out of your resume.rn
Feature Massive open online courses, or MOOCs, offer a powerful platform for enterprise training, education and development – at big cost savings and with greater efficiency.rn
Feature A new report from Wakefield Research and IT consulting firm Appirio reveals that the surging gig economy could help companies close the IT skills gap while empowering IT workers with more control over their career path. The trouble is many CIOs aren't willing to take advantage of the opportunity.rn
Feature Hiring back people who left your organization is never an easy decision, but more companies are saying yes to the right former workers. Find out why.rn
News Analysis HP CEO Meg Whitman announced layoffs of 30,000 workers in an attempt to refocus and restructure the company. But is it already too late? And how will front-line managers handle retaining and motivating workers?rn
Feature Software might be the most important piece of legacy technology your company has. It can be a competitive advantage, but if not handled correctly, legacy code could also could be your biggest weakness.rn
Feature CIO.com rounds up the top 10 computer science schools for undergraduates looking for a great education as well as maximum earning potential.
Feature If you're looking for a job in IT, it's a safe bet a technical interview, a coding test or other skills assessment will be part of the job search process. Here's what not to do.
Feature Twenty-five years of successful consulting gigs left Malcolm Greene with a list of accomplishments a mile long and a reputation as someone who could solve impossible problems. But when this veteran IT pro decided to make a move into the C-suite, he faced a fundamental problem: He didn't have a resume.rn
Feature CIO.com's Sharon Florentine talks to Jeff Sutherland, one of scrum's creators, to find out where the industry is, where it’s going and the challenges that lie ahead as more companies adopt agile and scrum.rn
Feature It's laudable that so many Silicon Valley firms committed to increasing diversity in their workforce, but there's still a long way to go. CIO.com looks at eight Silicon Valley titans' most recent statistics to see how they're faring a year after pledging to improve diversity.rn