Almost every organization today is faced with engaging their audience through new digital channels. At the same time, technology is also drastically changing how companies can produce and deliver their products and services.
In the third and last of our series of stories, we talk to Leanne Mitchell, an ITIL Practice Manager about the changes she’s seen in the tech industry and why we still need to be championing gender diversity at work.
Since our passion is changing the world one job at a time, the Pontoon team is celebrating International Women’s Day with a short series of blogs on the topic of bettering the balance. We interview Anne Reddaway, a senior project manager about her career, leading by example and getting beyond techno-speak.
Sofy Richards, one of our women in tech, was one of only three women in her school class to take A2 computing, and the only one to forge a career in tech. Her story, is a reflection of the wider workforce where just 17% of those working in the technology sector identify as female.
Issues of talent shortages, task automation and addressing the skills gap are already challenging the traditional ways of acquiring and managing talent.
As the world continues to go through unprecedented social, economic and technological shifts, organizations are having rethink their talent acquisition strategies.
I recently had the chance to travel to four countries within the APAC region to visit our teams. I do this about every nine months or so. But each time I travel abroad, I learn and experience new and amazing things about the people, the cultures and the foods.
Onsite, offsite, or both? Here are four things to consider when you are thinking about your RPO location.
Each month the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics issues a job report detailing how many jobs were added over the prior month, what the unemployment rate is, and other employment and wage figures.
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