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Glotel’s workplace study finds that hiring managers rate technical skills above cultural fit in permanent telecommunications candidates. Download the report here: http://tinyurl.com/7hhnlcy Are hiring managers right or wrong in this? Surely, given a certain minimum level of technical ability, cultural fit is more important? ie the ability to get on with your co-workers, line manager and other stakeholders is more important. What would you prefer, a highly technically proficient worker that do
To what extent will the difficulties in attracting the right talent stifle growth in the telecoms market?
70% of telecoms hiring managers struggle to attract talent to their organisation (finding from Glotel’s workplace study http://tinyurl.com/7hhnlcy). To what extent will this stifle growth within the telecoms sector? Please add your thoughts below:
743 days ago 0 comments Categories: News Tags: Telecoms, contractors, freelancers, pay, technical skills, availability
According to Glotel's workplace study: http://tinyurl.com/7hhnlcy, telecoms hiring managers rate contractor availability and technical skills as more important than pay rate. So if contractors can demonstrate that they have the right skills and that they are immediately available they should be able to negotiate better pay for themselves.
744 days ago 0 comments Categories: News Tags: staff retention, recruitment, attraction, contractor, telecoms
58.9% of permanent telecoms staff changed job for a better work-life balance. What are you doing to improve work-life balance for telecoms contractors and permanent staff so they don't leave you high and dry on telecoms projects? Find out what you can do about it in Glotel’s workplace study report: http://tinyurl.com/7hhnlcy
21.1% of telecoms contractors would leave a contract before it’s due to end. Find out how to keep them on the job in Glotel's workplace study: http://www.glotel.co.uk/en-GB/about/Pages/Workplacestudyform.aspx