As 2017 is coming to an end, it’s time to look back at the most popular content we’ve published in 2017. Our most viewed and shared posts focused on developer landscape, tech jargon, HR trends, tech statistics, diversity a developer roles.
In case you’ve missed any of them, here’s a list of most popular content from 2017.
The IT world is chock-full of terminology, which makes the work of technical recruiters extremely hard. One of the ways to be more confident while you approach developers is to understand their roles. In this post, we explain in detail what Front End, Back End, and Full Stack developers do. We look at the skills these people typically need to work, what technology they use, and what types of tasks they usually deal with. Make sure you read this one carefully.
Research helps you navigate the difficult waters of tech recruitment, so we’ve put together a list of top 50 recruitment statistics HR pros must know in 2017. The list is based on research by Harvard Business Review, LinkedIn, Glassdoor, Jobvite, Capterra, The Bureau of Labor Statistics, Deloitte, MRINetwork, Edelman Trust Barometer, NFIB, Future Workplace, Career Arc, PayScale, and Society for Human Resources Management. Stay tuned for the 2018 edition!
Knowing the basic tech jargon helps you communicate with developers and presents your company in a good light. However, IT terms are not easy, especially for non-coders. Fret not! We’ve compiled a glossary of IT terms for Tech Recruiters to give you a helping hand.
Be it general terms, culture, roles, programming languages, and technologies, architecture, or infrastructure – we’ve got you covered.
Our developer hiring infographic comprises data and actionable tips for technical recruiters. We strongly believe in data-driven recruitment and thanks to statistics and industry benchmarks, you can take the guesswork out of the recruitment process. Among other things, this infographic tells you how many developers are open to new opportunities, how many of them have steady jobs, what they look for in a job opportunity, and what benefits they value most.
The world of software development is a predominantly male environment. Creating diverse teams is tough, even for industry leader Slack who tops the list with 29.8% of women in technical roles. Companies struggle to attract and retain female employees, but there’s a lot at stake here because “gender diversity is a significant and positive predictor of productivity”.
This post outlines industry benchmarks and presents 10 steps to make your company more women-friendly.
In this expert roundup, 14 industry masterminds share their predictions regarding 2018 HR trends which will rule the year to come. The post features some of the sharpest minds in the industry, including Craig Fisher, Franz Gilbert, Dr. John Sullivan, Shannon Pritchett, Jim Stroud, Todd Raphael, Ben Slater, Elyse Mayer, Matthew Cooper, Mei Lu, Aleksandra Pszczola, Nathan Perrott, Vince Szymczak and Kate Kandefer. It’s an absolute must-read!