The recent allegations of harassment at Uber illustrate the challenges that tech pros can face on the job—as well as some options for pushing back. Given …
Successfully managing a workforce is a challenge for businesses of any size, but new mobile and cloud-based technologies can help streamline operations while allowing organizations to …
HR has set its sights on big data, but that’s only half of the battle. Being able take advantage of that data and experiment is key. Find out how to get the most out of big data.
Working in HR comes with great times and tough times, and sometimes candidates can use a friendly reminder that you are not The Enemy. Read our recent post to Dice techies on two things they should recognize about your HR team.
You’ve heard of DevOps. You may even be hiring or recruiting a DevOps position. Learn more about what it is, and how it goes hand in hand with system administrator positions in technology.
Former IT guy Duane Lay now works in HR. He sees lots of discussion online about HR issues, but not a lot of solutions. Check out his formula for getting different (hopefully better!) results.
With a $2,500 travel budget, where would you go? Stop by the Dice booth at SHRM National in Atlanta and we’ll trade you – “Tips for Trips.”
Tech recruiters and HR pros at a recent tradeshow said they work 55 hours per week, on average. What would it take to get you off duty for a few more hours each week?
I often have the pleasure of sharing time with many talented and insightful HR professionals and recruiters. You don’t seem to get much of the glory at work…but in my opinion, you should.
Performance reviews are like the weather, everyone talks about them, but until recently, it seemed that HR didn’t want to do anything about them. The grumbling …