Entries with tag technology .
Whether it’s an established business, a fledging startup or a world-famous football club, every organisation boasts a team of Game Changers. In our latest video series, we speak to players at Manchester City about their game-changing moments and the people who inspire them.
The metaverse and its associated augmented realities are fast becoming popular, and the benefits can easily be applied to the world of work. As the world’s largest specialist recruiter, it’s important that Hays Technology explores the potential this has to change not only how we collaborate, but also recruit and train the workforce.
George Frodsham, Founder and CEO of biotech company MediSieve, joins Hays Technology’s Harry Gooding on the Tech Founders series to discuss his experiences to date. Read his advice and insights into life as a business leader as he reveals what he would tell any budding entrepreneurs – and what he wish he knew when he started.
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.
In our series, we ask those working in the Salesforce ecosystem for their stories and advice - both about the platform and anything else! 1) What was your first job? In 1992, I had my work experience in BHS doing store administration. Later, after work experience at a solicitor’s office, I ended up getting a job there as an administrator, and continued in that career in Tilbury...
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.
Criminals are frequently amongst the first to use new technologies for their own nefarious means, and industries struggle to keep one step ahead to plug security gaps. As we see the accelerating rollout of machine learning, we are now seeing people both use it and exploit it in order to override common security tools.
In our series, we ask those working in the Salesforce ecosystem for their stories and advice - both about the platform and anything else! 1) What was your first job? It was at McDonalds! 2) What positives do you see that have come out of the COVID pandemic? It’s completely changed attitudes to the way we work in proving you don’t need to be in an office to be effective. It’s...
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.
If you’re applying for your first role in the world of tech, it can be difficult to know how to write a CV that highlights what you bring to the table. Here are eight CV-writing tips to help you prove that you’re the right candidate for the job.
80% of organisations fail to progress RPA beyond pilot. Here’s why, and how, to avoid becoming a statistic
Getting started with Robotic Process Automation isn’t rocket science really, but it’s about to get a whole lot harder. There is no one journey that everyone passes through with RPA; however, looking at Centre of Excellence growth across multiple industries, I am confident we would see a clear pattern emerge.
Having worked in recruitment and HR for years, Adam Coleman set up a consultancy firm in his native Ireland and pivoted to tech with cloud-based solutions for businesses. He talks to Hays Technology's Harry Gooding about the company’s beginnings, principles and life as an “accidental founder”.
In our series, we ask those working in the Salesforce ecosystem for their stories and advice - both about the platform and anything else! 1) What was your first job? A dishwasher (me manually washing dishes) in a steakhouse restaurant when I was 19!! 2) What positives do you see that have come out of the COVID pandemic? Seeing my two-year-old daughter grow bigger, learnt how to...
The pandemic has accelerated key aspects of automation, and related products and services look set to continue their growth well beyond 2027. There is a long-held fear that our hard-learned skills will shortly become redundant as we are replaced by our robot overlords, but that doesn’t necessarily mean unemployment. Could automation actually lead to more jobs?
In the latest instalment in Hays Technology's Tech Founders Live series, I chat to Sari Hurme-Mehtälä, Founder and CEO of Kide Science.
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.
Software engineers are in demand at organisations of all sizes and, as a result of the digital skills gap, there are roles out there for those interested in these opportunities. What are their responsibilities and which skills required?
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.
In today’s world, there are plenty of options are available to those looking for a new role. As a result, organisations are having to prove what they can offer to candidates, and it’s vital that you use your job interview allows you to decide whether this is the right fit for you. Here are some questions you can ask your interviewer to help you come to that decision.
In our new series, we ask those working in the Salesforce ecosystem for their stories and advice - both about the platform and anything else! 1) What was your first job? Not sure if you can count setting up a card shop and selling overpriced cards to my parents, so let’s say my first official job was working in a suit shop (Charles Tyrwhitt) whilst at college! 2) What...