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Friday, February 8, 2019

The 11 Most In-Demand Jobs of 2019


 For today’s message, we’re going to share the top 11 most in-demand jobs of 2019. 


Today, we’d like to shed some light on the top 11 most in-demand jobs of our marketplace in 2019. This list comes straight from an article recently published by Fox Business News.

You can find a more in-depth analysis of this list by checking out the original article here, but, for now, let’s dive right into the top 11 jobs:

1. Data scientist. It’s predicted that more than 4,000 new jobs will be added for this position in the United States.


2. Site reliability engineer.
This IT position will be highly in demand this year.


3. Enterprise account executive.
This position, which is more geared toward software sales, is also set to be in high demand.

4. Product designer. Those in this IT role are tasked with engineering technology products.

5. Product owner. Those in this role are responsible for handling business analytics and business processing.


6. Customer success manager. This role brings approximately $90,000 a year and is in very high demand.


7. Engagement manager. This includes those involved in IT program management, business analysis, and business process improvement.


8. Solution architect. Though it does not generally involve managing people, this role pays similarly to managerial positions.


9. Information technology leader.
More than 1,500 of these jobs are expected to be added in 2019.


10. Scrum master.
This position involves managing agile development teams.


11. Cloud architect.
Again, more than 1,500 of these jobs are expected to be added in 2019.


If you have any other questions or would like more information, feel free to give me a call or send me an email. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Friday, January 25, 2019

What Job Applicants Are Thinking

 You could be unintentionally disappointing your applicants, thanks to a bad interview process. Here’s how you can fix it.



Through working with our 70+ clients, we’ve seen the good, the bad, and everything in between when it comes to job application processes. More importantly, we’ve seen how they affect applicants. 

A lot of companies have an interview process that takes too long and fails to give adequate feedback to applicants. When an applicant finally gets their first phone interview after a week of waiting, another week will go by without them hearing anything. Then they get the interview, and another week passes. This often adds up to more than a month, and it’s way too long. 

Having so many steps in the process can also eat up time. When candidates have four or five interviews spread across 10 different decision makers, what do you think goes through their head?


A lot of companies have an interview process that takes too long and fails to give adequate feedback to applicants.


They think the company is disorganized, indecisive, unfocused, and not interested.

The common thread between these thoughts is that they’re all negative. When looking to find high-level additions for your company, using an interview process fraught with bad impressions is not a good way to do so.

If you’re not interested in an applicant, tell them quickly and professionally. Leave them with a good feeling about the role, and make them think, “I just wasn’t quite right for the role.” If not, they could go and share their dissatisfaction in your company with others in the job market. And if you really are interested in a candidate but they’re carrying all the bad thoughts we mentioned earlier, that’s even worse—they could potentially walk away altogether!

To avoid losing top talent, there should only be a few key decision makers who are all on the same page and who all provide timely feedback. You’ll get to the offer stage quickly and efficiently, and you’ll win a great addition to your team.

If you’d like to speak about your own hiring situation, have any questions, or need more information, feel free to reach out to us. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

Wednesday, December 26, 2018

A Recap of SAP’s Acquisitions and How They Affect the Company


Here are the recent purchases made by SAP in order to enhance the customer experience.



Today we’ll be recapping SAP’s recent acquisitions and how these new capabilities affect their offerings as a company. Oftentimes, they acquire competitors and products that will help them do something different from their core offerings.

  • Qualtrics allows organizations to focus on four key areas to improve the user’s experience: customer, product, employee, and brand data.
  • Contextor introduces AI and robotic process automation capabilities. Think of when you interact with a bot on a website.
  • Coresystems is involved with mobile and cloud-based field service management. This helps employees in the field to create real-time customer experiences.

Oftentimes, they acquire competitors and products that will help them do something different from their core offerings.

  • CallidusCloud helps manage sales and marketing automation. This product handles bidding, pricing, quoting, and invoicing processes.
  • Gigya is an identity management company that businesses can use to join the identity management marketplace. In other words, think of how some sites let you log in with social media sites like Facebook; Gigya handles this process.
  • Hybris ties into SAP’s increased focus on the customer experience.
  • Ariba is a major purchasing and supplier-relationship managing company.

If you have any questions or need more information, feel free to reach out to us. We look forward to hearing from you.