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When you’re developing in a space such as quantum computing, it can be difficult to attract the right talent. Jason Lynch, CEO of Equal1, joined Harry Gooding on the Tech Founders series to discuss how his company’s work can help them to bring in new recruits, and the way that they’re going about growth.

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If you’ve simplified your processes and still have gaps which require mundane, repetitive manual activity, it’s time to consider Robotic Process Automation in your finance system. If you can write a process down, the chances are it can be automated, leaving your existing workforce with more time to focus on the exceptions.

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Before Series 2 of the Hays Technology podcast ‘How Did You Get That Job?’ starts in May, host Shaun Cheatham looks back at the first series and the themes of leadership and diversity that were so prevalent.

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Going green is essential for organisations now, and there are plenty of benefits that taking action on sustainability will bring. To explore these outcomes in further detail, leaders from technology companies across the world have shared their experiences and stories of working toward a greener world.

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Software developers are in high demand, but only a small minority of the individuals working in this sphere are women. If organisations are to reap the benefits of a diverse workforce and identify unrecognised talent, that has to change. In this blog, recruitment specialists at Hays Technology share their insight, stories and advice on balancing the scales in software development.

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What can we do with technology to tackle the climate crisis? Business leaders from across the world share how their companies are focusing on a decrease in emissions, the challenges they face and their goals for the future.

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By its very nature, technology is constantly evolving. Accordingly, leaders in the sector need to update their skills to meet the demands of their industry and their workforce. So, what will the technology leader of the future look like? Deloitte’s latest Global Technology Leadership Study, published in May 2020, found that almost seven in 10 (69%) expect tech leaders to be change instigators...

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The effects of burnout on employees and the organisations they work for can be far-reaching. But what can employers do to spot, address and prevent burnout? Burnout has been a growing challenge in many sectors in recent years, but few more so than the technology industry. And with the added pressure of getting organisations working remotely, it’s perhaps no surprise that things have got worse...

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Research shows low employment rate for Autistic people in US, UK and Australia. Meanwhile, some employers focus on hiring Autistic people as opposed to a fully neurodiverse workforce. Adapting interview techniques and job descriptions can make process more inclusive for neurodiverse applicants.

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While it’s important to understand that neurodivergent people have different characteristics and strengths, research reveals that there is evidence of specific strengths and skills associated with neurodiverse conditions. Within the world of tech, focus, creativity and analytical talents could help leaders address a range of existing skills gaps and widen their talent pool

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COVID-19 has driven demand for digital and technology talent globally in 2020. Here’s how businesses can stand out in a competitive market.   Demand for technology talent has evolved rapidly since the start of the pandemic.   At first, there was a hugely increased demand for candidates that could enable remote working – people with cloud-based skills that could deploy systems...

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Senior manager jobs are in high demand and it’s no surprise. Such roles can do wonders for your salary – but making the transition from a team player, such as a senior developer, to a team leader is often easier said than done.   Your current role may require a high level of technical expertise, but a managerial role calls for a more diverse skillset. You can’t rely on your IT acumen...

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