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Recruitment decisions: What is the best option for IT needs, hire yourself or outsource?

Posted by Jacques Latour_ on Jul 11, 2017 8:15:00 AM
Reducing costs while optimizing operations is the challenge faced by many companies. As information technologies evolve rapidly, there is a sort of race for innovation, the main obstacle being to win or maintain your place in the market. As a result, IT projects are multiplying within companies and considerable efforts are being made to push the limits and set themselves apart from the competition.


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Topics: IT infrastructure, Recruitment, Managed services, CIO/IT leaders

IT recruitment trends not to be overlooked

Posted by Jacques Latour_ on Jun 10, 2015 11:30:00 AM

Recruitment, like other spheres of business, has evolved considerably in recent years. In addition to the changes taking place in business, the behavior of candidates is also evolving, which is forcing not only IT managers to adapt, but HR and marketing departments as well.

Here are four trends in IT recruitment that we are seeing dominate 2015, which demonstrates the evolution underway and necessity for companies to be ready to adapt.

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Topics: Recruitment

4 mistakes to avoid for successful IT talent recruitment

Posted by Jacques Latour_ on Apr 7, 2015 9:15:00 AM

The recruitment of certain categories of technical resources has greatly increased in complexity in recent years.

If you are responsible for hiring IT talent, you have no control over the problem of resource demand being stronger than supply.

However, you can simplify your task by avoiding certain mistakes:


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Topics: Recruitment

Piecing together the puzzle of pay equity in IT departments

Posted by Jacques Latour_ on Feb 26, 2015 2:30:00 PM

Pay equity is at the heart of business concerns. Pay scales are built to offer an equity within the company, however, the internal reality can often be out of step with the market.

When the demand for specialized resources exceeds supply, the companies needing these skills find themselves under a great pressure, particularly if wage scales can not be adjusted.

The case of programmer analysts is a perfect example to illustrate this situation. Several computer languages are growing while others are in decline. The increase in the number of developers trained in specific specialties has not kept pace with demand.

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Topics: Recruitment

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