Workplace burnout has become increasingly common in recent years. The impact of burnout on both people and businesses has gotten a lot of attention lately. Specifically, the well-known and widespread “Great Resignation” refers to the roughly 33 million Americans who have quit their jobs since the spring of 2021. In order to minimize employee turnover, leaders must know what workplace burnout is, how to identify it, and how to alleviate or avoid it.
We live in a rapidly changing world. The tech world specifically is constantly advancing and it’s important for people to be able to adapt to these changes. One way for people to stay relevant in this ever-changing world is by attending local tech meetups to learn from and network with people in the tech field. Below is a list of both online and local tech meetups in the Treasure Valley.
Topics: professional development, Treasure Valley, Technology, meetups
Technical Account Managers (TAM) often mean different things depending on the company. To us here at In Time Tec, a TAM is a steward who does what is necessary, such that the relationships between In Time Tec, the partner, and the engineer thrive.
Topics: Technical Account Manager, partnership
Because the world of software development is constantly evolving, It’s important for software engineers to stay educated on current trends. Below is a list of the top 10 books for software engineers to read, hand-picked by technical experts at In Time Tec.
Topics: Reading, professional development, Software
In Time Tec is hiring at an impressive speed. Last year alone, we added over 200 members to our team — so many that we had to find additional office space! With all this hiring, our recruiters meet hundreds of candidates a month, both in the US and in India. So what exactly do we look for when we are interviewing potential employees?
We all have 24 hours, 1,440 minutes, and 86,400 seconds in a day. That’s the unique thing about time, nobody has a competitive advantage. You can’t buy it, and no matter what you do, you can’t get more than 24 hours in a day. A lot of us are probably guilty of saying that we wish there were more hours in the day. But why wish for more hours in the day when we can make better use of the time we have?
Topics: personal development, professional development, Time Management
It goes without saying that as a leader you should always make sure your team is set up for success. You know your team's strengths and capabilities, so optimize them. You also know their weaknesses, so help address them with courses or connect them with someone in the company who can help. Below are a few of the ways we make sure our employees at In Time Tec are set up for success.
Topics: Leadership, employees, culture
It takes about 0.05 seconds for users to form an opinion about your website. This opinion ultimately determines whether they will stay on the website or leave. Research also shows that if the consumer does stay on your website, the average time they will stay there is about 45 seconds. All of this goes to show that first impressions matter. Your UI/UX design team is the most important factor to ensuring a good first impression on your website.
Technology is always changing. Old trends become obsolete, new trends emerge, and hackers continue to become more sophisticated. It’s important that your IT team stays up to date on what’s happening in the IT world, so they can ensure you have the proper technology to avoid cyber attacks and threats.
Topics: cybersecurity, Information Technology
The average person spends around 90,000 hours at work in their lifetime. I think it’s safe to say that it’s crucial for people to work at a place they enjoy. This also means that business owners not only need to navigate attracting top talent- but also retaining it. This starts with finding out what employees are really looking for in a job. Yes, money is an important aspect for most people when job searching, but ultimately people are looking for perks that go much deeper than monetary value.
Topics: personal development, business, employees, culture