Now, more than ever, it’s crucial for companies to actively recruit a wider range of employees. A 2015 report by McKinsey revealed that, among the 366 companies surveyed, the top-performing companies were also the most diverse.
Technical interviews can be intimidating, difficult experiences, even for experienced IT and engineering professionals.
5G’s heterogeneous and distributed software-defined networks will bring a steep change in the pace of innovation as information technology and networking technologies intersect.
Natalia Sans, Founder and CEO of Link Consulting Services, has been accepted into Forbes Los Angeles Business Council, the foremost growth and networking organization for successful business owners and leaders in Greater Los Angeles.
Link Consulting Services, a leading staffing and recruitment consulting company in the technology and telecommunications industries, announced that they have won ClearlyRated’s Best of Staffing® Client and Talent Awards for providing superior service to their clients
Landing on either extreme can cause issues for your organization. Conduct too long of a hiring process and risk losing valuable candidates, especially within fast-paced IT and telecommunications. Rush through the hiring process and end up with unfit candidates and expensive turnover. The goal is to fall somewhere in the middle: a somewhat rapid hiring process that also ensures quality.
As Link Consulting Services recently reported in our article, “The Business Case for Improving Employee Diversity in the Fourth Industrial Revolution,” just one in ten American senior leaders (and only one in five C-suite executives) is female.
By 2020, four generations will coexist in the workplace: Baby Boomers, Generation X, Generation Y (also known as Millennials), and Generation Z. This means that on a daily basis, you will interact with vastly different people from a variety of age groups, backgrounds, and values.
In fact, IT, telecommunications, and engineering teams and companies with ethnically and racially diverse management teams (in the top quartile within the industry) are 35% more likely to experience financial returns above their industry mean, while those highly ranked for gender equality are 15% more likely to see financial returns above their industry mean.
When recruiting for IT or telecommunications talent, most large organizations focus their efforts on reaching out to candidates through LinkedIn or connecting with talent through trade shows, online networks, and referrals from current employees.