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Remote working fans were compared to ‘flat earthers’ by one of the panellists at last week’s event writes Doug Wooburn editor of IT Channel Oxygen Leaders from Dell, TD Synnex, CDW and Trustmarque jousted on a range of topics […]
At Robertson Sumner, we’ve been helping companies build successful sales, marketing, and technical teams for over 20 years. In this upcoming series we share insights on how to hire and retain top talent in sales, […]
The technology industry is one of the fastest-growing sectors in the world, with innovation happening at an unprecedented pace. However, for years, women have been underrepresented in this field, and their contributions have been overlooked. […]
In honour of Halloween this week I wanted to share some tips on “Ghosting Candidates” for our consultants internally. I thought they could be useful for you hiring managers out there who do not currently […]
As we move through the year and continue to interview hundreds of IT candidates, both sales & technical, every month we’re finding less people are leaving for simply for more money. But company culture is […]
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