“Great companies are formed by great people.” ― Ziad K. Abdelnour It is certain that the crux of a company’s success is attributed directly to the talents and skills of employees. The IT industry remains one of the most innovative of fields and brings together the brightest minds of today’s global economy. According to WhiteHat Security Website Stats, .NET is the most widely used languages with 28.1 percent of the Web applications using .NET technology. .NET is scalable and has grown over time in terms of ready libraries and easy to use tools. So has grown the need to hire qualified .NET developers. While there is no shortage of .NET developers around, but to find the right developer for your company still remains a challenge. We thought that it is a serious problem if you want to hire a dot net developer and you haven’t got a clue what to look for when you search through candidate’s LinkedIn profile or a CV. That's why Interview Mocha, an online assessment test platform, has gathered all the information you need if you are a technical recruiter searching for programmers with .NET skills.
Today sourcing is like treasure hunting and if you are relying on only one or two channels or resume databases, especially those being used by everyone else puts you in an extremely competitive situation right from the start. Considering this very fact, I have listed some of the most efficient, unconventional, and less exploited places to source talented .net candidates.
If you’re new to the world of social media recruitment, you might have heard about and know a little bit about social recruiting and the benefits that it can bring. Social recruiting is something worth exploring, especially since 79% of job seekers are likely to use social media in their job search as per hiring statistics published by glassdoor 2016. Read these 9 tips that can improve your social hiring efforts, help you diversify and provide you with a solid talent pipeline.
Recruiting millennials to your company can bring enthusiasm, youthful insights, and an awesome energy level and ability to interact with people and with technology to your enterprise. However, recruiting Millennials comes with its own tricks of the trade. Millennials were brought up with technology, and their familiarity and ease with the online world is one of the greatest strengths that they can bring to the bargaining table and the conference room. When Millennials connect with a company they are linked in and online all the way from the starting point. This strong interest in technology can and should be used by the savvy company in the hiring process. Note, however, that while millennials run on the grid, they are also interested in training, advancement, feedback, and life/work balance. So in order to nab a youthful, energetic and talented employee for your company. Interview Mocha, online skill assessment software has put together a list of top 7 mistakes that must be avoided to get great results:
Big Data, Big Data everywhere. Big Data is not just a buzz word but a movement. There is a huge amount of data floating around. What we do with it is all that matters right now. There’s an urgent need to collect and preserve whatever data is being generated, for the fear of missing out on something important. So to collect this data and to make sense out of it, companies are continuously looking for developers with Big data skill set. This is why Big data is among the hottest skills in demand in 2016.
Do you attend the website job seekers? Or missing out on a vast talent pool! Are you still asking candidates to send resumes through emails? And, those resumes get lost somewhere in the inbox! You do not have a careers page on your company's homepage! Problem... Isn’t it?
The sixth season of Game of Thrones is almost at its end. The super hit HBO TV series The Game of Thrones is known for its battles, betrayals, inducing scenes, rich characters and mindless killings. Even if you haven’t seen it, you have surely heard of it from your friends and colleagues. Within the battle, drama, action & emotions there's something more that epic Game of Thrones offers - lessons on hiring.
Recently, the tech community celebrated the 20th anniversary of Java. It’s one of the most widely adopted programming languages, used for over the past two decades and it is clearly not going go anywhere. Additionally, demand for Java Developers is great, especially for companies that work on the latest application projects and applets. By that logic, shouldn’t there be an overabundance of Java developers in the industry? And, shouldn’t there be so much money and time involved hiring the best Java Developers?
While answering questions on Quora I found too many questions by entrepreneurs and recruiters on how to hire tech talent being non-technical themselves. Those particular questions provoked me to write this blog. Looking for the tech talent, without being a tech expert yourself can be difficult, but there are a few ways which can help you find the best person for the job without learning how to code yourself. So how should non-tech people go about hiring tech talent?
Just as a batsman must select the right club and execute the proper swing to hit the ball, your challenge is to choose the right type of online recruitment assessment tool and deploy it properly in your hiring process to ensure that you are able to identify talent that hits the performance mark. Choosing the right assessment tool and implementing it properly is crucial to the success of the organization. This article provides the guidance for planning and implementing online assessment, including - Benefits of right online assessment tool Important considerations for using online assessment tool
I hope till now you all must have watched the movie ‘The Jungle Book’ An animal kingdom where a man’s child is trying to keep his feet, a well-built panther Bagheera, a free-spirited bear Baloo, a man hater ShareKhan and a confident group of wolves. All species in a single habitat sharing the knowledge and surviving. When I was watching the movie, I just started connecting the movie with the process of hiring. Right from the recruiter sending in the candidates till the onboarding. And, what I realized and learned too, some good lessons for hiring managers. So what all hiring lessons we can learn from The Jungle Book?