Why HR and IT should talk to each other… but they don’t? [our guest post on ERE Media]

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We are thrilled to let you know that our article “Why HR and IT should talk to each other… but they don’t has just been published on SOURCECON | Sourcing which is run by ERE Media,  the go-to information and conferencia source for human resources, talent acquisition, and reclutamiento professionals.

The article is based on our experience with reclutamiento técnico and stories that we hear from companies that we talk to. From our perspective it seems that there is a lot of tension between HR and IT reclutamiento, they often suffer from misunderstandings and miscommunication. It is a real pity as IT recruitment is a joint effort and the sooner all empleados get on board the better results they will achieve and tech talents they will recruit.

In article “Why HR and IT should talk to each other but they don’t” you’ll find out:

  • How IT job market looks like?
  • HR perspective
  • IT perspective
  • So where does the fault lie?
  • An approach to fix it

Have a good read! Just click aquí.