Did you know that today’s millennial-heavy talent pool is more motivated by career development than financial gain?
You spend a lot of time and money developing and executing training initiatives, but are you ensuring that the training is worth the investment?
Business is changing, and if your organization and its employees don’t change with it, you could become obsolete.
Is your workforce primed to perform at its best? Are your employees’ skills up to date? Are they ready to take on emerging technologies?
In the 2018 SHRM/Globoforce Employee Recognition Report, employee retention and turnover ranked as the top workforce management challenge for the third consecutive year.
.NET developers need a broad, robust skill set to stay relevant in today’s rapidly evolving technological space.
DevOps Institute CEO Jayne Groll said the day of the specialist is gone, as the future needs T-shaped human capital. “This is a human with disciplinary depth—in the cloud, for example—but with the ability—or arms—to reach out to other disciplines,” Groll said.
If you’re a leader in the insurance industry, chances are you need specialized software professionals. That’s because innovative technologies like big data, blockchain, and autonomous vehicles—to name a few—have disrupted the traditional approach to insurance.
Should you be upskilling or reskilling? Knowing exactly what training your team needs is crucial. You don’t want to invest time and money in a training program only to realize you’ve chosen the wrong approach!
In the finance sector, there is a growing need for software professionals who specialize in financial technology, or fintech. Unfortunately, it’s becoming harder and costlier for companies to maintain their fintech workforce. Financial News reports these challenges are exasperated by rising fintech salaries, which spike as much as 25 percent each year.