The short answer is yes—and here’s how.
Even if your employees all eventually return to the office or you institute an ongoing hybrid approach, offering the option of remote work is essential to attracting tech talent today.
Even non-technical staff can handle complicated processes with low-code tools, helping to ease the talent gap and relieving pressure on IT departments.
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It isn’t technical expertise, says Richard Cox, CIO of Cox Enterprises.
Companies looking to recruit and retain high performers are smart to take action—but the answers may not be found in hefty signing bonuses or hasty returns to in-office collaboration.
Following George Floyd’s murder, big tech made a combined financial commitment of nearly $4.6 billion toward racial justice, but little actually changed on the ground. Here’s why—and how to fix it.