Teams may be remote now—or for the long-term—but finding top talent and making them a part of your community is still possible.
To stand out from the crowded field of employers, companies must take significant steps forward, toward potential employees as well as current ones, wherever they may be.
Hiring with a focus on diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) can help create a workforce and world that’s based on fairness and diversity.
Businesses and organizations are looking for ways to keep remote employees productive throughout the pandemic – and in some cases, long term.
The gig economy has benefits for both businesses and workers, but managing contract or freelance work takes the right tools.
How people work has changed, so what you look for in an ideal hire should change as well.
Coding skills, while important, don’t necessarily translate into the success of an individual as part of an organization or team.
Does the most talented coder in your pipeline really have what it takes to be a successful part of your team?
A virtual interview platform can enable interviews at a distance — and bring new efficiencies to the process.
How prone to hiring people similar to yourself are you — and how is this holding your business back?
An organization of 200,000 worldwide, Women Who Code is a powerful resource for the women on your team — and for your software business as well.
Employee retention, cybersecurity, the legislative landscape, and new technologies deserve some extra attention and a proactive strategy.
Your intentions may be admirable, but if applicants for jobs at your company all come from a common demographic, what can you do to build a more diverse workforce?
The software you develop can be the answer to recruiting, hiring, workforce planning, security and compliance challenges.
Use these best practices to get you up and running with a cohesive, effective, and scalable team — where ever team members are located.
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