In this white paper, we take a further look into how the digital skills gap is impacting the Azure ecosystem, and what businesses can do to help solve their staffing challenges.
Women have historically been neglected within the tech industry, particularly with regards to promotion and pay. Here, we explore the current gender split within the Microsoft industry and what businesses can do to improve it further.
Thinking about setting up some diversity and inclusion training for your workforce? Here are our top 5 tips for getting it right.
Virtual recruiting and onboarding have become increasingly popular in these past years, especially following the height of the Covid-19 pandemic. But is this hiring technique here to stay?
One of the most common areas where bias occurs is during the recruitment process. In this blog, we share our top tips for eliminating bias and maximizing your diversity and inclusion efforts.
Struggling to attract diverse talent to your vacancies? You may be missing something. In this article, we share 5 D&I best practices that all businesses should have implemented, no matter what stage they’re at in their journey.
A diverse workforce has so many benefits, but are your job ads limiting the type of professionals who feel welcome to apply? Here, we share our top 5 tips for tweaking your job ads and widening the potential talent pool.
Knowing how to retain your existing talent is crucial to winning the race for talent in the Microsoft Dynamics hiring market. Discover more in this latest insights article.
The tech skills gap is growing, and the Microsoft Dynamics talent you want and need is at risk of being poached. In this blog, we will be exploring how wide the skills gap currently is and how you can help bridge it.
Knowing how to attract great talent to your organization is important, but with the race for talent well and truly in motion, do you know how to retain your existing Azure staff? We share more in this latest insights article.
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