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Bracing for Change in a Volatile Market

by Mike Miadich on January 8, 2013 in IT Staffing


The labor market is experiencing a changing dynamic not seen in well over a decade. While the nation stalls in its recovery, barely avoiding the infamous fiscal cliff, the IT staffing industry seems to be thriving under these unique circumstances. Global economics and politics have come together to create a sustaining need for “green” technology […]


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10 Hiring Mistakes Start-ups Should Avoid

by EdgeLink on December 5, 2012 in Hiring, IT Staffing, Job Market, Start-up Hiring Strategy


The incubator and start-up scene is thriving in a number of cities, including Denver, where our newest office is located. The EdgeLink clientele is comprised of a varying profile of company types spanning F500, SMB, and new start-up organizations. Because our experience is deep across all company profiles, we’ve been able to advise corporations on […]


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Taking Aim: IT Staffing Hits a Different Kind of Bullseye

by Monica Strange on August 8, 2012 in IT Staffing


What do the movies “Brave”, “Hunger Games”, and the “Avengers” have in common? You guessed it–Archery.   And for our half-yearly off-site day, the Edgelink IT Staffing team decided to try our hand at this time old tradition.  With aspirations of becoming future Robin Hoods (Prince of Thieves, not Men in Tights), we set out with bows […]


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5 Reasons to Hire Contract IT

by Peter David on August 30, 2011 in IT Staffing


by Kira Dennison Capen, Account Manager – Contract Services   Technical Staffing has become a more viable option for IT departments across multiple verticals. On a more regular basis we are finding our clients are utilizing Contract IT talent which allows companies and hiring managers the flexibility they need to ramp short term projects, align […]


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