The Flexible Workforce
Whether you’re a developer or a designer, a programmer or an engineer, one of the most noticeable problems in applying for tech jobs is the list of required tech skills. We’ve all noticed that tech job descriptions often have a list of required technical proficiencies a mile long. It seems that every type of technology in the industry is listed. As any technician knows, few people are proficient in all of them. They can’t all be absolute requirements.
Akraya is thrilled to announce that we have been named as a “Best Staffing Firm to Temp For” winner for 2020. The Best Staffing Firm to Temp For awards are given annually by Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA), the global advisor on staffing and workforce solutions, and recognize employers for their top performance in engaging their employees and creating a workplace conducive to talent development, enjoyment, collaboration, and productivity.
You’re heading into the interview with a tech giant and you’re prepared to answer any question that’s asked of you. You’ve rehashed hypothetical conversations, how you plan to explain your reason for leaving your last position, and why you should be considered for the job. But did you prepare questions to ask?
Job seekers, in general, have a tedious process ahead of them when looking for a new job. There are a host of job boards out there, and we understand how awful it might seem to sift through the openings. We especially recognize those of you tech masters, with niche talents and specific skill sets. Finding your ideal job openings can be tough. You’re more than IT. You’re more than data or design. But the mainstream job boards, like Indeed or Monster, are filled with unrelated, general IT positions that can make it seem impossible to find your relatable openings. We get it. So today, we’re highlighting 17 tech-friendly job boards, just for you.
Working with a recruiter may be the ticket to landing the perfect job. But you must do it right. Both you and the recruiter have your own priorities. They want to fill the position and get their commission. You need a job. The agendas work together well. It’s important to know how to work with a recruiter in a way that will create a win-win situation.
Nearly all enterprises across the globe believe and understand that cloud computing has become a key area in today’s business landscape. They are leveraging cloud offerings so as to gain tangible benefits (think streamlining supply chain processes, boosting information transparency, improving decision-making, reducing costs, etc.) and, hence sharpen their competitive edge. In fact, according to figures from Forrester, close to 60 percent of enterprises based in North America now rely on public cloud platforms, five times the percentage that did just six years ago.