Top 2 HR trends for 2017

Top 2 HR trends for 2017

Recently the Society for Human Resource Management identified certain trends that will heavily influence hiring in 2017. For the first time in the history of the labor market, technology has converted all companies into “technology companies” regardless of the service...
Sea change for the H1-B visa program?

Sea change for the H1-B visa program?

Hushed amid the outcry of the recent travel ban initiated by the Trump Administration, another change in how skilled foreign workers reach the United States to fill high tech jobs is under review – and if the furor of the travel ban is qualified as an outcry, the...
Recruiting Difficulties for Start Ups

Recruiting Difficulties for Start Ups

Recruiting the right IT talent can be daunting. Larger firms have the benefit of pools of HR managers who like anyone, bemoan their station having to sort through the mountains of resumes, the hours of interviews, and passing the information to the right people for...
Small Tech loses to Outsourcing Firms

Small Tech loses to Outsourcing Firms

When Congress created the H1-B visa program, it was designed with the intention of letting American Tech companies reach all over the world to find the specialized technology skill they were having difficulty finding in the United States. Although successful, this...
Echo and Alexa in Vegas

Echo and Alexa in Vegas

“What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas” is not only a motto but the mantra of a town built for sin in the desert. Where bright light mix with high stakes may likely be the last place you would want plugged into the Cloud that innervates almost every aspect of life,...
Is this the new face of advocacy?

Is this the new face of advocacy?

Vulnerability to cyber threats and hacking of products in the Internet of Things has been a recurring headline throughout 2016. Traditionally, identifying these vulnerabilities has remained the insider trade between manufacturers and private security companies that...