Being a great place to work helps attract and retain top IT talent. Every day at RWA we talk to IT professionals from all levels, industries and backgrounds, and we’ve found that the most important thing when people look for a new workplace is whether or not it’s a good place to work.Read the full article
When it comes to recruiting across the whole IT industry, the RWA team has seen it all. Whether you’re looking for a temporary or permanent employee, or an IT contractor, we offer advice to help you find exactly what your business needs.
The generation gap is a hot topic in today’s workplace. While it’s only natural that different generations have different priorities and want different things at various points in their careers, employers sometimes descend into broad, often misguided clichés, such as “Millennials want flexibility, baby boomers like structure”.Read the full article
As a technology leader, finding great talent is a constant challenge, one that in most cases is essential to ensure the business has the right people to help them achieve their objectives.Read the full article
Recently I was asked to contribute to an article written by a leading recruitment publication, Recruitment International. The theme was Recruitment trends, and you can read the full article here. For my piece I focused on how teams are going to become increasingly remote, especially as we see advances in VR and teleoperation tools.Read the full article
The devil is in the detail – that’s what people say – but when it comes to presenting IT vacancies, organisations often choose a more generic approach. Unfortunately, a job advertisement that focuses solely on requirements and responsibilities often fails to attract notice from top candidates.Read the full article