Human Resources Posts

How to Use Agile to Attract Top Engineering Talents


Shipping great software requires more than just hiring top software engineers. You need to recruit, retain and motivate them to solve new problems in creative and efficient ways. For modern IT organisation that are always hungry for talents, agile can become the key to attracting and retaining top tech pros.

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10 Tricky Questions Project Managers Should be Prepared for in a Job Interview


Job interviews are often even more stressful than the new job itself. This is especially true for project managers as the PM role differs from company to company in terms of responsibilities and the level of accountability. Most candidates expect to be asked about their strengths, weaknesses and skills. But there are often a couple of tricky questions that you’d better think over and prepare to answer in advance.

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Is Agile Work Environment Right for Your Company? Check These 6 Signs


Adopting an agile work environment is all about optimising the use of office space. It means transitioning from workstations for each employee to shared spaces that workers use as needed. What you gain is more than just saving money – it gives your company competitive advantages and helps stand out from the competitors.

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5 Secrets to Creating a Winning Project Management Resume


Companies receive more than 75 resumes on average for their open positions. 98% of job seekers are eliminated at the initial resume screening and only 2% of candidates make it to the interview. So the question is how to get into the “top 2%”?

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10 Tips to Rock Your Next Software Developer Interview


Many talented developers find it difficult to get through a job interview. The problem is that they often spend much time focusing on what they’re passionate about, and little or no time preparing and brushing up on their interview skills.

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4 Red Flags that Indicate Your Project is Going to Fail


Failures don’t happen out of the blue, and there are often warning signs that indicate something has gone wrong. You need to watch out for typical red flags so that you could save the project before it gets drowned.

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10 Ways to Build a Great Dev Team and Keep it Motivated


What does it take to create a great development team and keep it motivated to build products that stand out in the market? In this article, we’ve collected useful advice on building a successful dev team and keeping it productive, engaged and inspired to reach project goals.

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How to Find Agile Development Talent for Your Team


Hiring software developers who can bring speed and flexibility to your organisation is a hard task in the today’s booming IT market. It’s even harder to find and attract developers with a unique set of both technical and soft skills known as Agile talent.

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8 Stupid Rules that Destroy Employee Commitment


It’s never an easy task to find and retain good employees, and it’s even harder to attract and hold on to the best employees. Sometimes they quit because they don’t see opportunities for promotion or growth, or because they are offered a better gig and higher pay. But often the cause lies with the company they’re leaving.

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What Every Company Should Know About Hiring and Retaining Project Leaders


To employ and retain a good project manager is one of the major challenges for all businesses. According to Project Management Institute, almost half of strategic decisions have failed due to the lack of talented management. This fact emphasizes a necessity for companies to learn how to develop leadership skills of their own project managers within the organization. 

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If Carpenters Were Hired Like Programmers


The following joke perfectly illustrates what developers have to go through every time when they’re interviewed for the next gig.

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How to Increase Team Collaboration to Ensure Project Success


Every successful business should pay attention to team building in its environment. The team spirit is not easy to be fulfilled, especially within virtual teams where in-person meetings are rare and far between. Many team members have faced the hard way since it takes only a moment to destroy the trust.

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