Whenever we put people first, miracles happen.That’s why In Time Tec always putspeople before the goal, process, or profit.
One of the most important things to remember when running a business is that it's not always about what you say, but what you don't say. This is especially true when it comes to talking about your competition. In today's business world, it's all about creating value for your employees and customers. And while competition is a prominent characteristic of business, it can also lead to companies devaluing their products and services. The reality is that competition can be a good thing, but only if you're doing it right.
At In Time Tec, people come first. We choose to invest in our employees so they have the knowledge, resources, and direction necessary to reach their potential and fully serve our clients. One way In Time Tec approaches success is through learning groups, which provides a space for employees to undergo the learning phase and evolve as better, stronger, and more confident people ready to contribute to each other's lives. The learning groups have established a community across the company that gives everyone a chance to promote critical thinking, improve interaction, and foster development.
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.
In its most basic form, a business approach serves as a tool to assist you in achieving your company's objectives. Many organizational decisions, such as selecting a new workforce, hiring developers, leads, and architects, or creating new processes, are followed by the business plan. But not many companies set up a journey from scarcity to abundance to accomplish their goal and action plan.
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.
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.
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.