At a time when businesses are looking to get back on track following the upheaval caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, seize opportunities and futureproof against upcoming challenges, harnessing technology has never been so important. Our free downloadable report offers expert tips and advice about successfully hiring tech talent in the current market.
Whether born-tech or tech-adapted (those for which technology was not initially core to the business), organisations of all dimensions need access to the right technology talent to succeed. This report investigates technology hiring trends, with insights from Robert Half’s expert team of technology specialists, designed to help businesses get ahead when it comes to attracting and retaining top talent.
Technology is always evolving, which means that businesses and employers must constantly adapt their plans and upskill if they are to achieve their goals and objectives.
In a tight candidate market where employers are struggling to find the skills they need, retaining existing staff and attracting the best candidates becomes essential.
While remote working is widely touted to be the ‘holy grail’ – and one of the silver linings of the pandemic – the reality is much more complicated, and most businesses are moving towards a hybrid model.
Whether just starting out or well-established, increasing headcount is one of the most common ways businesses look to achieve growth after receiving venture capital or private equity funding. Whether you are hiring for one role or one hundred, Robert Half can find the right IT talent solution for you.
Environmental, social and governance (ESG) concerns have been steadily rising up the agenda, both inside and outside the boardroom, and it is now a critical part of the hiring process.
“We are seeing how the fierce war for talent is affecting organisations, and by combining our team’s expertise with insights from tech leaders, we can identify trends that reveal what is happening within the hiring market. Understanding the market, candidate expectations and competitor actions will give your organisation its best chance to secure outstanding talent.”– Craig Freedberg, Regional Director - Technology
Robert Half commissioned Opinium Research Ltd to conduct an online survey of 750 technology managers and directors with hiring responsibilities between 9-16 May 2022. The sample included leaders from SMEs and large enterprises, both born-tech (those built around technology) and tech-adapted (those who pivoted to include technology within the organisation).The results from this survey were paired with expert insights from Robert Half’s UK technology team, who work with clients and candidates to provide access to new skills and opportunities on a daily basis. By sharing their experiences of the market, we can help more businesses and candidates identify their next steps, and improve the process for everyone.
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