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Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday are all embedded into American popular culture. And while most people are spending time planning their meals and preparing their shopping strategies, or checking out the parades and football games on TV, there are others that are focusing on another very important part of the holiday season: giving back.
The holiday season is the time of year where charitable giving comes into focus. Launched in 2012, Giving Tuesday, observed the day after Cyber Monday, has become a movement for celebrating and supporting philanthropy, giving back in both service and financial donations. The spirit of Giving Tuesday, and the spirit of philanthropy and giving back, is part of our culture at HNM Systems.
As a hiring manager in the technology industry, you often receive hundreds of candidates with fancy degrees, prestige and skill keywords, yet the hardest part is finding the most qualified candidate.
As a manager you focus on finding someone with the right skills, culture fit, future performance and retention, which can be hard to find on a resume. Recruiters and hiring managers are hiring out of the box, they are looking at things such as ability and skill set. We are now analyzing analytics to find out who would be the best hire.
After you identify the true mission, outcome and core competencies of the role you are hiring for, developing a consistent interview process is key to hiring the right person for your job. Methodical interviewing can give you a lot of important background information about a potential candidate; details will help you identify important behavior patterns you will need to coach and manage through.
Through our experience hiring short and long term employees for a variety of companies, we have found these four additions to the interview process that can help you hire the right person for your team.
Data analytics has been a major part of 2018. In the past, we discussed 10 Ways Data Analytics Can Improve Your Company, so now we’d like to see how data analytics will change in the coming year.
“Analytics has become a great way of finding the best talent and improving processes within recruitment as well as the hiring process,” said Kristin Schaer, HNM Systems’ Managing Director. “We are now able to find great candidates using new tools such as behavioral and cognitive assessments and interview results. By analyzing the behavioral drives of employees and organizations we can find the factors of behavior and why employees stay or leave an organization.”
Here are 4 ways that data analytics are expected to change in 2019, and how your company can use it to continue growing.
- Privacy Concerns. It will continue growing as a major issue within data analytics. In May 2018, the European Union passed new data protection rules. It is expected for more countries to continue adding regulations and fines to protect data and be transparent about data collection. Make sure that you are being transparent about which data is being collected from your website.
- Competition based in Customer Experience. In the past, companies have competed in price, quality, services, etc. but now they will be competing on customer experience. Using data analytics in this capacity can help your company track and predict consumer behavior.
- Customized Analytics. Data analytics are moving away from data analytics dashboards that have limited functionality and standard sets of metrics, which are used to collect large amounts of data. Companies are turning toward embedded analytics dashboards, which deliver metrics and insights based on user queries. This will give you a much more detailed analysis.
- Shortage of Data Analyzers Worsens. The field of data analytics is growing at a faster pace than there are people joining the workforce. This has caused delays in the development of more data analytics. This expected to give way for more self-service analytics tools to account for the labor deficiency.
It’s crazy to think that 2019 is only a few months away, but it’s time to start preparing for what the technological landscape will be like.
By 2019, it is expected for there to be more than 24.4 billion devices and connections around the world. In 2014, there were only 14.2 billion devices. With this large increase, more people will be have the ability to stay connected at their fingertips.
Top technology developers are in high demand, but it has been found that they are passive when it comes to looking for new job opportunities. Here are some ways you can attract developers to your company.
Heather Moyer, HNM Systems’ CEO, President and Founder, is a finalist in the San Diego Business Journal’s 2018 Next Top Business Leaders Under 40.
The award honors young leaders, change makers and innovators who have had a positive impact on the San Diego community.
Heather entered the staffing field at the age of 20 while pursuing her bachelor’s degree in business administration at San Diego State University. Within five years, she was appointed president of a local staffing firm. Under her leadership, the company grew more than 500 percent. By the time she was 26, Heather developed an entrepreneurial itch, which lead her to found HNM Systems in 2011.
When creating HNM Systems, Heather chose to focus on the wireless industry, which she believed was underserved. Since its foundation in 2011, HNM Systems has employed more than 500 consultants, empowering them to take calculated risks and achieve their career goals.
Heather has helped HNM Systems flourish by doubling the company’s full-time staff and growing revenue by 85 percent in 2017. She also recently launched the Emerging Technologies division at HNM Systems.
Data is everywhere now and companies are constantly trying to leverage themselves using data. With every website you visit, every search you make on Google and every post you make on social media, you are producing data that is used by a variety of companies in efforts to improve and create targeted marketing. The data trend, however, goes beyond marketing to clients and can be used during your company’s hiring process.
Here are 10 ways data can help your company with hiring.
In this world of constant innovation, technology evolves to match needs and changes in the world around it. Being a firm that brings world-class talent acquisition practices to the Technology and Telecommunications space, we too must evolve as technology changes.
Since its founding in 2011, HNM Systems has used its people-centric values to deliver the highest caliber of candidates to our customers in wireless, wireline and utility. Our commitment to bringing unique technology and high impact performers together will continue with the evolution of our mission and core values. Its important to us, here at HNM Systems, that your experience is representative of the core values in which we based the organization. We will continue being relentlessly people-driven and having transparent relationships to transform our customer experience.
Valuing the importance of seizing opportunities, we have expanded over the last two years into staffing for the emerging technologies space. Our new Emerging Technologies division provides high quality professional employer and placement services for organizations within Cloud (SaaS, PaaS, IaaS), Mobile, E-Commerce and Digital Marketing (SEM, SEO and Paid Media) verticals. Our proprietary process and people-driven approach allows us to identify and place top performers on contract or for permanent placement within these sectors.