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Making IT Recruitment Human

The world of work is all about people. So, we spend our time and energy getting to know you first, to find out exactly the type of role or people you’re looking for, before matching you to your ideal company or person.

And because we care, we’re already well connected with the best IT talent and businesses to work for. Get in touch and we’ll do the intro.

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West Sussex
£45,000 to £50,000
West Sussex
£28,000 to £33,000
Greater Manchester
£28,000 to £33,000

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Johnny Perrotta Director 01344 289224

Blogs, Vlogs & Views

How You Can Use Data to Improve Hiring Processes for Successful Recruitment (Every Single Time)

As the Tech industry becomes ever more competitive, it’s vital to stay on top of the latest developments to optimize output. Currently, there’s a prominent area of business growth where incorporating data has been proven to generate high success that is highly being ignored: Recruitment.
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How You Can Use Data to Improve Hiring Processes for Successful Recruitment (Every Single Time)

Perhaps you already understand how data can help streamline your business processes. Maybe you’re one of thousands of worldwide companies that have adopted RPA technology, using CRM systems to measure A/B testing in Marketing efforts or utilizing AI software to calculate time-tracking for ultimate Supply Chain efficiency. 
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How Hiring IT Contractors Can Help Grow Your Tech Business and Tech Functions

With an industry that’s booming and no shortage of start-ups and employment applications - a lot of companies may wonder “what are the benefits of utilising contract resources?” When it’s time to grow your company and hire staff, you’ll find that your entrant-level technology roles have hundreds of applications flying in. Great! But there’s a downside: full-time staff come with full-time responsibility.
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How Contracting Is Growing the Tech Sector

Contracting can be extremely rewarding, from the potential higher earnings and the flexibility and freedom as to how and when you work, to the variety of organisations you get to work with. It isn’t for everyone of course, but for those who have taken the leap and moved away from the permanent work, the majority haven’t looked back.
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How Can Employers Help Reduce The Gender Pay Gap in the Tech Industry?

For women in the tech industry, lower pay per hour and reduced starting salary rates compared to their male counterparts are a sad reality. Whether this is due to the “motherhood penalty” or an unconscious bias, employers need to transform how they act in order to reduce the disparity as well as stay ethical. Since 2017, the tech industry has been required to publish public annual reports regarding pay gaps in their workplace and this has only highlighted a previously buried problem that doesn’t seem to be changing.
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What Does The Tech Gender Pay Gap Look Like?

For women in the tech industry, this is a real-world, real-life problem - with current gender wage gaps sitting heavy at 4%. Whilst this is almost half the UK national average of 7.4%, for women who hold the same qualifications and training as their counterparts… this is still too much. According to a Hired survey, that’s not all. There are additional negatives for women in the workplace including being “expected to do menial and secretarial tasks not associated with my role”. Unconscious (and perhaps even active) bias means that 50% of women abandon their technology careers by the age of 35.
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