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Hiring a Contractor to Join Your Full-time Team? How to Make the Transition Easy For Everyone

Contract workers are fantastic for helping companies get through times that are unusually busy or finishing projects that are uncommonly large. But they do present a management problem: how do you bring a contractor onto your team while making them feel welcome and making sure your full-time workers are welcoming as well? Here are some… Read more »

What IT Skills Will Be On the Rise in 2014?

The information technology field is full of job security and opportunities. If your’e looking to make a career change, or just looking to beef up your resume in 2014, here, according to a forecast study in Computerworld, is some information about what employers are looking for in the new year: It should be no surprise… Read more »

Now Hiring: Staff Operations and Communications Leader in Charlotte, NC

This month’s hot job opportunity is located in Charlotte, the largest city in North Carolina, and the second largest banking center in the country after New York City. Charlotte is also home to ten Fortune 500 companies, offices for NASCAR, and over 200 energy companies, earning it the title of The New Energy Capital. In… Read more »

Gain Access to the Best IT Jobs By Working With a Recruiter

Searching for a job can be difficult, even in the Information Technology industry, where there seems to be a high demand for coders, programmers, and engineers. So why not partner with someone who spends every work day helping people find new opportunities? A recruiter can help find you a great job faster than you can… Read more »

Six Tips for Controlling IT Hiring Costs

Reducing hiring costs is something that all managers are interested in. When it comes to a specialized industry like information technology, hiring can get expensive quickly. Here are six ways to keep your costs to a minimum: 1. Reduce turnover. This step isn’t going to help you when you need new talent immediately, but its… Read more »

How to Write an Effective Cover Letter

There tends to be an argument about whether or not cover letters are a waste of time. Many hiring mangers claim not to read them, so why should you put in the effort to writing one? Because in a job hunt, you want to do everything you can to make yourself stand out. And if… Read more »

Now Hiring: Senior Research Analyst AES in Wichita, Kansas

This month’s hot job opportunity is located in Wichita, the largest city in Kansas, and one that has projected job growth across all sectors for 2014. As a Senior Research Analyst, you will be responsible for comparing prospect and customer data to weather information to determine how best to sell Alternative Energy Solutions services. You… Read more »

Should You Reject a Job Offer?

After going through a job search, no matter the length, the thought of rejecting an offer can be terrifying. You’ve reached your end goal, and you don’t want to keep searching, applying, and interviewing. But sometimes it’s better to keep searching than to accept an offer of employment that isn’t right for you. If you’re… Read more »

Increase Your Retention Rates By Offering Training Opportunities

The vast majority of people in the workforce share the common goal of career development. Whether it’s moving up the ladder within their company or simply acquiring a new skill, your employees want to continue learning and growing. A recent study by Aerotek determined that even though there’s an understanding of the importance of challenging… Read more »

Tips for Collaborating With Your Remote Teammates

One of the great things about information technology jobs is that they can be performed by remote workers. Wether you have a part-time telecommuting policy in your office or you’re working with contract employees based out of different cities, you need a strategy to keep your team connected. Fortunately, the Internet makes that quite easy.… Read more »