Gallup: Strengths-Based Culture is a Winning One

By Paula Bernier Hiring and promoting based on candidates’ and employees’ strengths is the best way to go. It’s far more effective and satisfying for both employer and employee. That should come as no surprise. But Gallup in this Jan. 3 article helps explain why this approach is important, and how to implement a strengths-based […]

CEO at Octo Telematics Firm Offers His View of the World

Octo Telematics is a company that provides insurance telematics services. The company was founded more than 4 million connected cars and 14 years ago in Rome, and since then its devices have been installed in more than 3.7 million vehicles globally. We recently interviewed Nino Tarantino, CEO of Octo Telematics North America, about what he […]

Developerprogram.com HR Director: Our Benefits Package is Incredible

If you want a rockin’ benefits package and the ability to meet with the company CEO before you even get hired, you might want to check out developerprogram.com, The 15-year-old company provides cloud-based white-label infrastructure that powers developer and other partner programs. That includes everything from creating secure online partner portals, to delivering trouble ticketing […]

Fusion CEO Says ‘the Three C’s’ Help Drive Organizational Excellence

Fusion provides everything a company needs to successfully migrate to the cloud, and once it’s made the move, to enjoy the cloud’s many benefits. Its solutions are provided through one contract, invoiced on one bill, and delivered over one advanced cloud services platform over one nationwide network, and all its services are accessible through one […]

New Survey Indicates Tech Compensation is on the Rise

The average salary of a U.S. employee in the technology sector reached $96,370 last year, an increase of 7.7 percent over 2014. Meanwhile, average salaries for professionals in this vertical hit six figures in seven markets in 2015. These numbers come courtesy of tech careers site Dice, which released the data from its latest annual […]

New Award Helps Attract Tech Workers in a Competitive Market

Developers in Silicon Valley last a surprisingly short nine months  It’s becoming clear that programmers are in short supply and demand is increasing rapidly, leaving small and medium companies struggling to compete in a space where giants rule. In order to be successful, an organization must differentiate their tech culture from others. “We allow pets.” “We have superior daycare.” “We offer flexible work hours.” These are just […]

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