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Get an Access to the Global Talent Pool


With competitive software developer salary and the opportunity to expand your business to the global IT market, working remotely has been a most notable trend in past few years. As a trend, working remotely or from home has grown by 115% since 2005, and causing 40% more employers in the US to provide the choice of flexible workplace options. From outsourcing to out-staffing, there are a number of ways to access this global pool of remote web developers.

10 Companies Offering Work from Home

HR Digest

More evolved thinking, a changing social environment, a sheer need to retain talent, has forced the human resource departments to come up with this solution. The number of people who work from home has increased by 140 per cent since 2005.


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Hiring on all Cylinders: Live at HR Tech 2017


Tune in as the Entelo podcast team chats with many of the industry's foremost thought leaders, innovators, entrepreneurs and practitioners about the state of recruiting technology. Before GE, Laszlo was a management consultant at McKinsey & Company, serving clients in the technology, private equity, and media industries on a wide range of strategic and operational issues, including growth and turnaround strategy.

4 essentials for making the most of contingent labor


The reason: a new diverse, technologically enabled economy, in which things work very differently compared to just a decade ago. Back in 2005, contingents made up 30.6% Then, there is the administration: the operational complexity of managing 24/7 rosters and staffing levels, with many of the requirements legally prescribed, is no simple task. The good news is that technology now makes it possible to manage contingent workforces in complex working environments.

Bert Bean Of Insight Global: “Remote Work = Talent Uptick”

Thrive Global

He started as an entry level Recruiter in the Atlanta Headquarters in 2005. I think a lot of people would answer this question by talking about technology disruptions. Or how artificial intelligence will present challenges to hiring and staffing.

Michael Evans: “Tipping point”

Thrive Global

In 2005, I went on what he thought would be a three-week vacation to Argentina. Many of our neighbors are contract laborers who only get paid when they can work and the municipal systems that support them are beyond capacity. Make the tough staffing decisions thoughtfully but quickly.

Dawn Sizer of 3rd Element Consulting: “Determination”

Thrive Global

Dawn’s career in Information Technology started in 1995 and culminated in 2005 with the formation of her own Managed Service Provider, 3rd Element Consulting, where she has led the organization to numerous industry awards for excellence. Determination.

“Why it’s important to connect.” With Charlie Katz & Shannon Gabor

Thrive Global

With over two decades of experience in building global packaging programs at Mattel, developing new product lines for Target, and developing creative and compelling franchise partnership promotions for Warner Bros. Not focused only on work and productivity but also mental health and wellness.