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Posted by David Brown, EVP Veredus, a Hays company, on Wednesday, May 4, 2016
I see a lot of IT professionals looking for long-term job opportunities, which is great for stability and job security, but if you want to learn new skills and become a really in-demand candidate, then IT contracting for a few years could be the best way to do it.
What can contracting offer?
Posted by David Brown, Executive Vice President, Veredus, a Hays Company, on Thursday, Apr 28, 2016
IT contractors need to continually invest in their own business, which means continually upskilling and ensuring they're at the forefront of new technology.
Even for experienced contractors, learning new skills and keeping up to date with the latest trends is critical to success.
What do you need to succeed?
Posted by David Brown, EVP at Hays | Veredus, on Friday, Apr 22, 2016
Posted by James Hawley, Executive Vice President, Hays, on Wednesday, Apr 20, 2016
What skills, traits, and experience do construction professionals need to be successful in their careers, and drive results for their company? The Hays DNA of a VP of Construction report surveyed and interviewed more than 150 construction VPs to find the shared experiences, common traits, and market insights that helped them reach the top.Their insights will help you make better career and hiring decisions.
Posted David Brown, Executive Vice President, Veredus | Hays, on Thursday, Apr 14, 2016
The IT function moves quickly and the word “digital” can mean anything from design to development, marketing to analytics so when I see people claim to be “digital experts” it’s often a red flag.
How can you sell your skills without branding yourself a generalist to get further in your career?