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The Better Hire? The 50-year-old IT Veteran or the Fresh Grad?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Raphael Fang Oct 19, 2012. 8 Replies

Via Networkworld:Does the new grad have the edge or are you betting on the vet?http://www.networkworld.com/community/node/81562Continue

Weekend Watch: Social Media Issues at Work

Started Sep 28, 2012 0 Replies

The way we engage professionally via social media is offering new opportunities in the world of work. However, it’s also limiting the overarching control that companies have on employees’ ability to…Continue

Tags: monitoring, management, Policy, Networking, Workplace

Hit the Mark with Customized Incentives

Started Feb 2, 2012 0 Replies

Unless you work on Wall Street, you probably didn’t get a year-end bonus checks last year. …Continue

Tags: HR, Retention, Compensation

Use Your Imagination to Hire Positive Thinkers

Started Jan 31, 2012 0 Replies

Wouldn’t it be great if every new hire had a positive attitude? Studies show that…Continue

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Oct 24, 2013
Raphael Fang replied to Terry Starr's discussion 'The Better Hire? The 50-year-old IT Veteran or the Fresh Grad?'
"If the 50 year old candidate is not jaded, and still love the job, I will go with the person.  It's a better odd that the person will stay a little longer than a young graduate.  Young graduate have no realistic expectation and want…"
Oct 19, 2012
Ryan Leary liked Terry Starr's discussion The Better Hire? The 50-year-old IT Veteran or the Fresh Grad?
Oct 16, 2012
Clara Irizarry replied to Terry Starr's discussion 'The Better Hire? The 50-year-old IT Veteran or the Fresh Grad?'
"I think this needs to start in High School in Freshman Year.  As some high schools do.  .  Some high schools, as you know have a career day in senior year, which I participated.....its awsome.  But, it is only one…"
Oct 15, 2012
Tiffany Branch replied to Terry Starr's discussion 'The Better Hire? The 50-year-old IT Veteran or the Fresh Grad?'
"On a side note, I wish colleges and universities did a better job at preparing their soon to be grads for the work place. Many that I speak to say the advice I give them is totally different from what they hear in "career services.""
Oct 15, 2012
Clara Irizarry replied to Terry Starr's discussion 'The Better Hire? The 50-year-old IT Veteran or the Fresh Grad?'
"Of course, all these key elements come into play when searching for that ideal candidate.  I agree, hence why I said it depends on the position being sought and yes the newbie might not be offered when several years of experience is an…"
Oct 15, 2012
Tiffany Branch replied to Terry Starr's discussion 'The Better Hire? The 50-year-old IT Veteran or the Fresh Grad?'
"At the end of the day, you need to understand the organization, team and the manager to determine which candidate would be best. Typically, if a job is requiring 8 or mor years of exp, the newbie won't be considered. If the position is looking…"
Oct 15, 2012
Clara Irizarry replied to Terry Starr's discussion 'The Better Hire? The 50-year-old IT Veteran or the Fresh Grad?'
"I would have to say that in depends on the position being sought.  If you are looking for drive and creative vision, you might go for the rookie, for example.  When evaluating  someone with limited or no experience, I look for…"
Oct 15, 2012
Elise Reynolds replied to Terry Starr's discussion 'The Better Hire? The 50-year-old IT Veteran or the Fresh Grad?'
"It depends on the situation.  Sometimes younger hires are more flexible and hungry to prove themselves.  Often older candidates are more professional and accomplished.  Now that I am middle aged it bothers me how many employers are…"
Oct 15, 2012
Tiffany Branch replied to Terry Starr's discussion 'The Better Hire? The 50-year-old IT Veteran or the Fresh Grad?'
"I'll go with the vet, depending on the culture of the organization and team dynamics. I have worked for mid-size to large companies and I find that unless there is a training program, or a job is deemed "entry-level" the candidate…"
Oct 15, 2012
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The Better Hire? The 50-year-old IT Veteran or the Fresh Grad?

Via Networkworld:Does the new grad have the edge or are you betting on the vet?http://www.networkworld.com/community/node/81562See More
Oct 10, 2012
Terry Starr posted a discussion

Weekend Watch: Social Media Issues at Work

The way we engage professionally via social media is offering new opportunities in the world of work. However, it’s also limiting the overarching control that companies have on employees’ ability to communicate. At the SHRM National Conference in Atlanta, John Sumser led a panel discussion about “Legal Issues Facing Social Media Today.”Continue:…See More
Sep 28, 2012
Terry Starr posted a discussion

Hit the Mark with Customized Incentives

Unless you work on Wall Street, you probably didn’t get a year-end bonus checks last year. Forty-three percent of companies don’t give out year-end bonusesaccording to outplacement firm Challenger Gray and Christmas. And at half of the bonus-giving companies, employees receive either a non-monetary gift or a nominal monetary…See More
Feb 2, 2012
Terry Starr posted a discussion

Use Your Imagination to Hire Positive Thinkers

Wouldn’t it be great if every new hire had a positive attitude? Studies show that positive thinkers are more productive and resilient, in fact, the positive brain is 31 percent more productive than when the brain is negative, neutral or stressed.So how can you…See More
Jan 31, 2012
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January: Data Management Market Skyrockets and More

Posted on January 19, 2012 at 10:01pm 2 Comments

January report: The Data Management Software Market Is Surging; Healthcare IT Employment is on the…

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The Top Spots on Hiring Managers’ Wish List

Posted on January 11, 2012 at 8:00pm 0 Comments

Tech hiring managers are resolute in their staffing priorities for 2012 — they need innovative professionals who design, code, build and operate. Indeed, developers dominate the new year’s most pressing hiring needs for a second straight year, although ops professionals make their list debut. Read more.

Facebook's Four Principals of Success

Posted on January 6, 2012 at 3:19pm 0 Comments

There are a lot of…

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Where Tech Managers See Their 2012 Priorities

Posted on November 4, 2011 at 11:49am 0 Comments

http://resources.dice.com/2011/11/04/2012-hiring-priorities/

The search for tech professionals has become less urgent this year — but that doesn’t mean it’s less important...

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