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What color is your parachute 2020 by Richard Bolles

A Two-Minute Crash Course on How Much Has Changed in the World of Work
Charles Dickens put it well: For some people, a lot of people, this is the best of times. But for others of us, this is the worst of times. The rules of the game have changed. Without notice. And without warning. Especially for the job-hunt, or for those trying to make a career-change.

The job-hunt is behaving differently now, than it used to. Things have changed. Dramatically.

The tipping point was 2008. We all know what happened then: the so-called Great Recession, the worst financial disaster since the Great Depression in 1929. We have recovered, but the landscape has been fundamentally altered, long term. What used to work, doesn’t work anymore. What used to be easy, is now difficult or seemingly impossible. Our lament: Out of work. Made up a resume. Sent it to all the places I’m s’posed to. Went to all the Internet “job-boards” and looked for vacancies in my field. Day after day. Week after week. Month after mont…

Top Remote Software Developers On-Demand

Across the board, career coaching has shown to have remarkable benefits for an individual’s career. The Institute of Coaching reports that over 70% of those who receive coaching see improvements in their work performance, communication skills, and relationships.  Executive and senior managers routinely get coaching from consultants hired to help them develop their leadership skills. CEOs including Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, and Eric Schmidt have all worked with career coaches to hone their communication, develop new concepts, and get feedback on their visions.  By working with a coach, developers and programmers can cultivate new skills, receive feedback on their career trajectory, and learn how to future-proof their resume. Coaching can take different forms: from informal coaching, like a coffee chat with experienced peers, to semi-formal mentoring or joining an organization/team that provides mentorship, to formally hiring are all valuable ways to get career feedback. Coaching is crit…

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6 Best Places to Hire Developers by Jetcake

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6 Best Places to Hire Developers This article was originally published by JetCake.

On the hunt for a great software developer? Many recruiters turn to their networks and employee
referrals in today’s competitive market.
Others get creative in how they reach out to potential new hires.
But, your best efforts don’t lend any new leads, there are some developer-specific job boards
that can help you find a talented freelancer or contract hire.
Check out these seven best places to hire a software developer or programmer.  JetCakeJetCake’s approach to vetting tech talent and placing them at Silicon Valley’s best companies
is a little different than simply hiring straight from a job site.
JetCake matches freelance software developers with the right company
after they’ve gone through screening interviews.
Candidates go through rigorous coaching and technical training
on a series of real-world projects that require effective communication and skills.
Through this process, JetCake can verify that t…

Why Developers Need Career Coaching by Jetcake.com

Across the board, career coaching has shown to have remarkable benefits for an individual’s career. The Institute of Coaching reports that over 70% of those who receive coaching see improvements in their work performance, communication skills, and relationships.  Executive and senior managers routinely get coaching from consultants hired to help them develop their leadership skills. CEOs including Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, and Eric Schmidt have all worked with career coaches to hone their communication, develop new concepts, and get feedback on their visions.  By working with a coach, developers and programmers can cultivate new skills, receive feedback on their career trajectory, and learn how to future-proof their resume. Coaching can take different forms: from informal coaching, like a coffee chat with experienced peers, to semi-formal mentoring or joining an organization/team that provides mentorship, to formally hiring are all valuable ways to get career feedback. Coaching is crit…

Comment favoriser la diversité et l’inclusion dans le secteur bancaire ?

Comment favoriser la diversité et l’inclusion dans le secteur bancaire ? Au-delà des exigences réglementaires ou légales, la diversité et l’inclusion doivent être au cœur des engagements de toutes les entreprises non seulement pour leur attractivité aux yeux des futurs salariés, mais aussi pour la gestion de leur image face à leurs clients et partenaires. Elles doivent ainsi lutter contre toutes formes de discrimination qu’elle soit liée aux origines, au genre ou encore à l’orientation sexuelle et/ou l’identité de genre, à un handicap et la liste est longue. La question qui se pose ici est comment favoriser cette diversité et cette inclusion au sein du système bancaire ? Les réponses dans les développements qui suivent : ·L’initiative doit venir d’en haut Les actions menées pour promouvoir la diversité et l’inclusion doivent-être avant tout être lancées par la direction même de l’entreprise bancaire. Il s’agit tout simplement d’appliquer le principe qui dit que l’exemple vient d’en haut e…