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How To Earn A Raise Or Promotion In Tech

Posted by Christine Wright, Senior Vice President, Hays U.S. on Monday, Jan 20, 2020

USblog_howtoearnaraiseorpromotionYou’re several years into your role and both your salary and title have remained the same. To move forward, you’ve got to put yourself in the driver’s seat of your career. Here are the steps to take towards your next raise or promotion in tech. 


How to network at events like an expert

Posted by: David Brown, CEO of Hays U.S. on Monday, Jan 20, 2020

Hays Blog: Networking tips to help you get aheadNetworking is often named as one of the critical ingredients for driving your career. The saying goes that who you know matters more than what you know. What you know and what you can do will drive your career – but if no one knows what you’re capable of then it will be hard to get ahead. As important as networking is, a lot of people struggle to do it effectively. In-person networking at events is a great way to generate trust, build your reputation, open doors and generally increase your chances of securing a new role.


Challenge yourself today for the promotion you want tomorrow

Posted By: David Brown, CEO of Hays U.S. on Monday, Jan 20, 2020

Hays Blog: 4 ways to boost your career

Finding opportunities to grow your skills beyond the day-to-day at work is the ideal way to give your career a boost. However, looking for new challenges is not just about impressing the boss. Taking on responsibilities that push you outside your comfort zone will also boost your confidence in your skills and ability to move up.


Here are the top interview questions you should ask in 2020

Posted by: David Brown, CEO of Hays U.S. on Thursday, Jan 16, 2020

USBlog_herearethetopinterviewquestionsHow were your interview skills last year? It may be time to revisit your well-worn questions so that you uncover important details to help you make an informed hiring decision. Remember that interviews are a two-way street, as candidates are also evaluating you as an employer of choice.


Building a thriving team through open career conversations

Posted by: David Brown, CEO of Hays U.S. on Thursday, Jan 16, 2020

USblog_buildingthrivingteamThe beginning of a new year brings a unique opportunity for leaders and their teams. One of the main roles of a leader is to help their team develop and articulate long-term career plans. Interestingly, the Hays 2020 Salary Guide shows that lack of clarity about career development was a top reason why staff would consider leaving their current role.


The new year's resolution that should be at the top of your list

Posted by: David Brown, CEO of Hays U.S. on Thursday, Jan 16, 2020

USblog_thenewyearsresolutionThe diversity and inclusion (D&I) landscape is continuously evolving —many employers are starting to rethink their approach and its organizational impacts. The business benefits for diversity in the workplace have been proven repeatedly through research and experience, however some employers are still not be aware of the lasting benefits a diverse workforce can offer.


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