In recent years, Denver has become a tech hub, attracting professionals and businesses from across the nation. Even still, finding IT talent in the region poses a major challenge. The growing metro area boasts a low unemployment rate of just 2.6%, accompanied by growing skills gaps. Attracting top talent now requires more than just a compelling compensation package. In order to recruit quality tech professionals, your business must stay up to date on what candidates are really looking for in a potential employer. Continue reading
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 they looking for? Here’s a breakdown of the three most enticing benefits for professionals in IT. Continue reading
Earlier this month, Denver Recruiters organized the first annual Fall Recruiting Conference at the Denver Aquarium. A rewarding experience for 200 industry professionals, the half-day event was sold out. The location was great, as beautiful aquariums filled with various sea life surrounded us at every turn outside of the meeting room. Continue reading
Your staffing partner’s culture matters more than you’d think. The best IT staffing firms make sure their sales and recruiting teams are happy because it gets you the biggest bang for your buck. Happy employees boost productivity, raise customer satisfaction, and act in the best interest of their clients. Happy recruiters feel connected to the businesses they serve and have a stake in how they perform.
I know because that’s exactly what happens here at EdgeLink. In my role as a Recruiter with EdgeLink, I have seen first-hand the ways we’ve built a working atmosphere where our recruiters are happy and take ownership of the success of our business and that of our clients. Here is how all that matters to you. Continue reading
As an IT employee today, it’s likely that you get regular calls from companies or recruiters about possible jobs. After all, the IT unemployment rate remains low and more and more jobs are being created daily. This is all well and good if you’re in the market for a new job but what if you’re already at a role you like and another job opportunity presents itself? You may interview and ultimately get the job leading to your resignation at your current role. However, as talented IT professionals are hard to come by it might lead to your manager offering you more money, benefits or other perks to stay. This scenario is happening to IT professionals frequently these days leading to the question, “Should I take a counteroffer”?