Leaders should reconsider the way they build their cybersecurity teams, to include diverse workers with technical skills to meet the cyber challenges of today and tomorrow, say industry experts.
It’s been a long, tumultuous three years. As the world of work changed and adapted to pandemic and economic headwinds, so too did the talent acquisition landscape. Here’s a look back at the twists and turns since 2020, and some predictions for what 2023 will bring.
We will witness more progress in world of work in coming years than we did in the past. Take a look at top HR trends over the last 10 years.
The cost of putting the wrong talent on the seat can be so high that organisations are shifting their decision-making towards selecting the person who will fit the role instead of eliminating unfit candidates.
To make your resume stand out from a large pool of submissions, experts suggest drafting a resume unconventionally to keep it catchier and less verbose.
Cybersecurity is a key field for many organisations but, like many others, also facing a talent crunch. In an interaction with People Matters, thought leader Camellia Chan, the CEO and founder of X-PHY, a Flexxon brand, helps crack the code towards hiring and growing cybersecurity talent.
At a time when employers are struggling to find employees and many people are making career changes, knowing and understanding why this happens is crucial both to those hunting for new jobs and for people trying to fill some of the many jobs that have been vacated.