Author: Mark Schacter

The 5 Secrets of Successful Remote Teams

by Mark Schacter on April 28, 2020 in General Business

 

You’ve probably heard the common leadership adage about hiring the right people. It usually goes something like, “I hire the best people for the job and then leave them to it.” In some ways, this statement makes a lot of sense. After all, hiring candidates with the skills you need is an important part of […]

 

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3 Tips for Hiring Top Talent – Why the Interview Is More Important Than You Think

by Mark Schacter on March 25, 2020 in Candidate Interviewing

 

You have an open technology position at your company that needs to be filled quickly. The role requires an experienced candidate with certain skills and an IT background. You put together a job description, confer with relevant teams and managers for input, and begin your search for the perfect candidate. Soon, the applications are pouring […]

 

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Top 3 Most Attractive Benefits for IT Professionals

by Mark Schacter on July 31, 2018 in IT Insights, IT Recruiters, IT Staffing, Job Market

 

In order to attract and retain quality candidates in today’s cutthroat hiring market, employers have to get creative. Crafting a generous benefits package and offering other incentives can be the most effective way to recruit top IT professionals. In fact, 80% of employees would choose additional benefits over a pay raise. But, what exactly are […]

 

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6 Serious Hints You Should Leave Your Job

by Mark Schacter on April 11, 2016 in Candidate Job Search

 

Right now is the perfect time for tech professionals to dive into their job search. The first six months of 2016 were predicted to see a hiring increase and the demand has been right in line. Qualified candidates find that companies will eagerly compensate them for their skills and expertise. Often, several jaw-dropping bids arrive […]

 

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Which Different Types of Interviews Are Best for Your Company?

by Mark Schacter on November 18, 2015 in Candidate Interviewing

 

What matters most when hiring a new employee for your company? Past experience? Future actions? Logical thought processes? Quick thinking? An ability to withstand pressure? Odds are good you have a mixed criteria. With that being the case, why would you stick to the constraints of one type of interview? Let’s be realistic: no single […]

 

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