In today's business world, it's becoming more important than ever to work for a company with a strong value-based culture. At a time when there is so much uncertainty and change, a company's values provide a sense of stability and guidance. It helps employees feel connected to something larger than themselves and inspire them to do their best work.
Topics: Leadership, personal development, professional development, Inc 5000, values, employees, culture, self reflection, people first, Sharing Abundance
As more and more companies expand globally, the need for outsourcing is rising. In Time Tec rounded up some statistics to show how the outsourcing industry is growing.
Topics: outsource, employees, infographic
The need for STEM professionals grows every year. Yet, not everyone has the time or money to pursue a four-year degree at a traditional college or university. Several tech bootcamps have sprung up across the country to offer an alternative educational experience to meet the need.
Topics: Programming, local staffing, employees, people first
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.
The tech profile of the Treasure Valley keeps increasing, leading to rumors that Idaho might be getting its own Silicon Valley. The speculation gained credibility with Meta Platform’s recent announcement. Meta is constructing a new data center in Kuna, Idaho, which will support Facebook, Instagram, and its other social sites.
Topics: values, employees, culture, people first, Treasure Valley
March 8 is International Women’s Day. The day honors the extraordinary accomplishments made by women everywhere. It also serves as an important reminder to stop and take a minute to highlight people who may be otherwise overlooked.
Topics: employees, culture, STEM, people first
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?
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
Hiring is a stressful process. Employees want to find their dream job, while employers aim to hire the best person for the job. Tech teams, in particular, present a unique challenge, as hiring presents a narrower field of candidates. With all that in mind, how do you find the best person for the job?
The pitch meeting went well, and your business is chomping at the bit to make the idea a reality. The trouble is, innovations require new skills and new approaches. Pursuing these innovations leaves companies with questions on whether to use in-house employees or outsource the project to another software company altogether. Here are a couple of things to consider when asking yourself what direction to take a proposal.