• Video Gaming Viewed Favorably by CIOs when Hiring New Tech Graduates

    Video Gaming Viewed Favorably by CIOs when Hiring New Tech Graduates

    Perhaps it is time to stop telling your teenagers to get off the video games and go do something production. CIOs surveyed recently by Canadian staffing firm Robert Half Technology cited a number of interests that increase an entry-level IT job seeker’s appeal, including website development (72 per cent), participation in hackathons (46 per cent),
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  • Cognitive Technology – The Future of HR?

    Cognitive Technology – The Future of HR?

    Cognitive technology has far reaching implications in Human Resources – from hiring through on-boarding to HR operations, employee engagement and performance. According to an IBM report, HR executives are already recognizing the impact of this technology. There are several key areas where cognitive capabilities can be leveraged in the new HR era. Recently, IBM Institute
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  • Will a Robot Find me a Job? – The Rise of Artificial Intelligence in Human Resources

    Will a Robot Find me a Job? – The Rise of Artificial Intelligence in Human Resources

    AI a match for human recruiters Many people have been asking “will a robot take my job?” A recent competition may leave you asking “will a robot find me my next job?” Brilent’s artificial intelligence (AI) based talent recruitment software recently placed in the Top 3 against a field of 8 of the best human
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  • Workplace Modernization a High Priority in Europe 

    Workplace Modernization a High Priority in Europe 

    Investment in modernization a priority for many Just released research from Hexaware Technologies Limited, a global provider of Application, Infrastructure, BPS and Digital services, has revealed that nearly 63 percent of European businesses plan to make an investment in the modernization of workplace applications within the next two years. Close to three quarters of IT
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  • How Recruitment Marketing Affects Your Bottom Line

    How Recruitment Marketing Affects Your Bottom Line

    Imagine that your organization has 100 salespeople making $100,000, at an average annual turnover of 25 percent. Studies show that recruiting costs for top-level performers can be 125 percent of annual salary, from recruiting costs to benefits, training and downtime. You can quickly see that your 25 percent of turnover is costing $3.125 million annually.
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  • How to Make Your Resume Stand Out

    How to Make Your Resume Stand Out

    The Outside-In Resume Traditionally, resume’s are written in from an inside-out perspective. They explain what the person in question has done, so that the potential employer or client can determine the suitability of the candidate. So what’s wrong with that? Well, it’s much easier for the employer or client when the resume is written from
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