You’ve done your research, grabbed your finest suit, and even flossed twice to make sure there wasn’t a stray piece of spinach wedged between your teeth. But there’s one very important question that you’ve not yet been able to answer: how long should it take for an interview?
This month we have chosen to highlight Cassie Schaefer, our Immigration Team Lead. She helps us coordinate between our US and India offices. Read more about her here.
Company culture and employee engagement seem to be on the minds of every company. There are cottage industries and full time consultants who make their living telling companies how to engage employees and craft a company culture that fosters growth and long-term commitment. There are employed experts from the likes of Google, Apple and Southwest Airlines that write articles ad naseum about how they do it and what you can learn from them. But building a good company culture and raising employee engagment isn't easy.
Teamwork is just as important in the business world as it is in basketball. The obvious team skills aside, basketball offers several other lessons to businesspeople. There are many physical and mental mindsets that can be translated from basketball to the workplace, and here are the big ones.
Pokémon GO has seemingly taken over the world. Your kids are playing it, your coworkers are probably playing it, even fathers-to-be are playing it in the delivery room! Pokémania hasn't been so strong since the original games were released in 1996. Unlike the traditional Pokémon games, however, Pokémon GO brings players into the real world – and into real businesses.
It sounds like you're putting together a great conference or event: You've lined out the food, sponsors, and you’re looking at strong attendance numbers, but something is missing.
Engagement, real time communication, and schedules (that are always changing) are what takes your event from good to great, but it can be costly. An event app can do more than you think and the price can meet most any budget.
This month we have chosen to highlight Manoj, our practice head for mobile solutions. He is the liaison between onshore business development and offshore execution and makes sure everyone stays on track for all mobile projects. He has an interesting story to tell: read on to learn more.
IT staffing companies provide their customers and employees with learning experience and connections. However, there are still many myths surrounding IT staffing companies and this could influence job seekers who could potentially want to enter the field. Here are 5 common misconceptions that are associated with IT staffing.
One of the most common complaints I hear from CIOs is about the difficulty in obtaining the proper level of funding. It hasn’t helped that there has been continuing pressure to reduce the cost of higher education, making IT’s cut of the pie (at times a shrinking pie) more difficult. In this post, I outline a model for objective and transparent presentation of IT service costs and project proposals to promote a positive funding decision with the institutional governance.