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CIO Spotlight: Mark Hopkins, Skullcandy, Inc.

A key priority for Mark Hopkins in this coming year? Leveraging analytics to develop a data driven culture and drive process and product improvement.

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Do you have what it takes to be an interim CIO?

The interim CIO is the most prestigious temp job in IT. It’s not an easy role, but those who make it their profession appreciate its rewards.

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The 7 most in-demand tech jobs for 2018 — and how to hire for them

From data scientists to data security pros, the battle for the best in IT talent will wage on next year. Here’s what to look for when you’re hiring for the 7 most in-demand jobs for 2018 — and how much you should offer based on...

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What the Supreme Court ruling on arbitration means for #MeToo

The Supreme Court dealt a blow to private sector employees’ ability to band together to fight labor violations, including sexual harassment.

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Resume gaps don’t define candidates, skills do

It’s already hard finding skilled people to fill positions. So, don’t let a candidate’s career gap prevent you from hiring them. Look at their skills — you will likely find great talent.

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New Uber diversity report encouraging, but tech industry still struggles

Uber is making progress towards greater diversity and inclusion, while efforts elsewhere are stalling as ‘diversity fatigue’ creeps in.

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Why liberal arts degrees are valuable in tech

Think you need a STEM degree to succeed in technology? Think again.

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Paging Dr. Dana Scully: More media representations of women in STEM needed

The Scully Effect is real -- so let’s see more women technologists and STEM professionals on screen.

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6 reasons why IT workers will quit in 2018

One-third of IT workers have their sights set on a new job this year. But the trick to retaining current staff differs depending on whether you’re targeting millennials, Gen Xers or baby boomers.

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The hidden truths of IT’s gender pay gap

The gender pay gap in IT is real. But delve deeper into the data, and the underlying reasons for pay inequity — discrepancies in roles, leadership and opportunities — come to light.

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8 top job search apps

Pressed for time but need to find a new job? Take your job search on the go with these mobile apps.

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The secrets to beating an applicant tracking system (ATS)

Error-prone applicant tracking systems kill 75 percent of job seekers' chances of landing a job as soon as they submit their resumes. Here’s how to get yours past the system.

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Equal Pay Day 2018: Good news and bad news

There’s cause for celebration and continued concern around Equal Pay Day 2018. Awareness is improving, but we still have a long way to go.

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How CIOs can create a culture of workforce equality

Here are some immediate steps CIOs can take to create a culture of equality that benefits the entire organization.

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8 essential sites for researching your next employer

Landing a job interview feels great, but how much do you know about your potential employer? Job listings often illicit more questions than provide answers. Knowing where to find inside information can mean the difference between...

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Should software developers have a code of ethics?

With great power comes great responsibility. As the details of the Facebook and Cambridge Analytica scandal reveal, the IT industry is still grappling with the question of how to deal with ethical dilemmas.

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HR: The CIO’s new best friend

CIOs leading transformations need a strong HR partner— someone who will facilitate workforce planning to ensure IT has the talent needed today and in the future.

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The workforce of the future is already here: are you ready?

While there is no crystal ball, staying intellectually curious, confident in your skill set and willing to stay informed on new emerging trends will help ensure that your future stays bright.

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How to prepare for the jobs that don’t yet exist

The specific skills IT jobs will require will certainly change, many of the underlying skills will be the ones that were always needed.

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How to lower the Emotional Tax on minority employees

People of color pay an "emotional tax" every day at their jobs. We need to work harder to fix that.

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