Is your team being headhunted?
For many managers, just the word “headhunting” is enough to cause anxiety. With images of their best people being drawn away to another company — perhaps even a competitor — most managers view the concept of headhunting as something to be approached with suspicion, unless of course the headhunting is happening on their behalf.
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Looking to get started in IT?
Anyone who has ever tried to find a job in any field knows that it’s much easier to land a position — especially one with decent pay — if you have a related degree. It’s so important, in fact, that many job postings specifically define degrees that applicants need to have earned in order to even be considered for the job.
However, as many people can attest, it is possible to get a job in some fields even without specific credentials. After all, most people change careers (not just jobs, but actual careers) at least a few times in their lives — proof that the subject that seems most interesting when one enters college at 18 isn’t always going to be their passion.
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When you’re looking to invest in an online IT training program, you have plenty of options, from free courses to full distance degree programs. If you were only selecting for yourself, the choice might be easier, since you are likely to know exactly what you need in terms of course content and learning environment.
When you are looking for a course provider to offer training to your employees, though, the decision is a little tougher. You need to find a course that will appeal to a wider audience, offer a variety of course types, and accommodate various learning styles. Choose the wrong provider, and you could end up spending a lot of money for not much return.
Continue reading What to Look for in an Online IT Training Course Part 1