Vice President of Talent Acquisition Ezequiel Ruiz implements the BairesDev vision across all levels of the Talent team. Ruiz also leads the strategy and development of all internal sourcing, recruiting, and staffing processes to build the most effective and motivated teams possible.
Despite the growing number of companies that say they prioritize DEI in their hiring processes and beyond, many are still falling prey to hidden biases.
Tech leaders often focus on their technical “chops” as the core of their job. However, sometimes focusing on non-technical skills can make you even more effective.
Understanding the specifics of hybrid work models has become indispensable for companies that want to be up to date. Let’s take a look at the advantages, downsides, and how different strategies can contribute to your business's success.
For organizations that need IT assistance and are having trouble finding it, the key to maintaining support for their technology efforts is creativity.
When collaboration fails, productivity collapses. How can you improve this crucial facet with your teams?
The ability to program isn't the only talent that makes an outstanding software engineer.
Reasons for disliking the WFH model vary from not having a good workspace to not being self-directed to too many disruptions from others in the house.
Every project needs a project manager, someone who guides the team. That begs the question: What’s the right kind of manager for a project and how do you find them?
When you introduce new technology to your organization, it’s natural to face some resistance. But educating employees on how to use it will increase buy-in.