Virtual Adaptation - Managing Your Remote Tech Team

By | Blog | Tuesday, 15 September 2020 11:55
When the majority of the American workforce moved to working from home, IT staff were critical in enabling companies to function virtually. This was especially challenging considering, in many cases, they had to get their team set up while determining a system for themselves. Now that you are a few…
When you think about your IT career, you can probably name specific education, training, and steps you took to get to where you are today. Considering this, it is likely you understand the ever-changing nature of the technology field and how there are always new things to learn. This is…
The current state of the world means new positions are being created and unanticipated needs are being met. As a result, companies have had to rapidly adjust to these changes, including additional or reduced staffing, safety protocols, and new business lines. More organizations are reopening and determining the most effective…
When you begin a job search, you're likely barraged with unsolicited advice about what you need to do to make yourself more hirable. It might be as helpful as your mentor giving you insider input or as disastrous as your parents advising you from their own career experience. Everyone wants…
When you think about communication at your company, what immediately comes to mind? Do you think about negative energy and gossip? Or maybe you're happy with the open lines that exist from top to bottom. Perhaps you find yourself somewhere in between. No matter where you find yourself, it's always…
As a manager, your schedule often feels inflexible. You're constantly moving from one meeting to the next and trying to get work done in between, all while ignoring your team. You aren't intentionally avoiding them; you just don't have time. If this sounds like your life, here are a few tips…

The Best Books Every Job Seeker Should Read

By | Blog | Monday, 02 March 2020 13:35
Technology continues to make life easier than ever, but at what price? Studies continue to show that people are reading fewer books every year. Newspapers and magazines are facing declining circulations because everything can be accessed with a click. People are going online instead of to print when they need…
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