With a background in growing out an AWS Premier Partner, our Talent Solutions team understands the unique challenges an organization faces when hiring top quality Cloud Professionals. Now that Google Cloud Platform is growing quickly, we look forward to helping companies find the talent they need to take full advantage of the cloud!
This past November, I took the AWS Cloud Practitioner exam and to my surprise, actually passed. It took me two attempts to attain the certification - and I was so proud of myself. For you it may not be a big deal, but you’ll have to understand a few things about me to comprehend why this was so impactful for me:
1) I’m a horrible test taker.
2) I’m horrible at memorization.
3) I’m the world’s best procrastinator with a hint of ADD sprinkled on top.
At the time of this article, the United States’ National Unemployment Rate is 3.6%. This statistic drives markets, reserves, trends, stability and fragility of a nation, all while being compacted within the confines of a simple number. This guiding indicator drives so much of who we are and what we accomplish. The question becomes how does it determine activity and relevancy for your day-to-day technical recruiter and your eager candidate on an even larger scale; the Global Recruitment Process?
As companies move to the cloud and adopt more hybrid environments, the need for professionals with experience and certifications across multiple cloud platforms becomes greater. That's one of the many reasons we've kickstarted the Cloud Champion Community. To provide a resource for Cloud professionals where they can have access to information on education/certification sponsorships, relevant events/webinars, career opportunities, and more!
It’s no secret that more and more forward-thinking companies are taking the necessary steps to move into the cloud, whether it be a public cloud such as Amazon Web Services, a private cloud, or a hybrid cloud platform. For the companies that are trying to get ahead of the game, here are some tips in “hacking” the cloud security talent pool.
When people ask me what ReluTech does, I tell them that we are an all inclusive IT solutions provider. Being an all inclusive IT provider is a very broad description, so today I would like to briefly discuss what that actually means.
I’m Alix Dickinson, a Sr. Account Executive on the Talent Solutions team at Relutech. As a part of this team, I focus on finding top tech talent for my clients, as quickly as possible. I also like to help find top talent for my team as well. In this video, I explain why our clients love working with us, as well as why I, along with my colleagues, love working for Relutech.
…”And the word of the month is Intention!”, said our President, Ted Pappas in our weekly Monday morning meeting (ironically called TedTalks). The discussion of being intentional with our customers failed to escape me as I sipped on Jack Daniels during our Quota Trip in Cancun last week. Funny how even the strongest drinks can’t quell the most compelling of statements and ideologies. And although I hit my quota for the second year in a row, the stakes are raised and the better I have to be at my job. So what do I do for a living? I’m an IT Recruiter for a company called ReluTech which has 3 business segments:
Don’t fear the transition into recruiting. While you can read books, articles, blogs, papers, etc. on how to make the transition, the most important skill to understand is to be yourself. You will not succeed in any transition if you happen to lose the most important element of yourself and what makes you, YOU!
Last month, ReluTech joined forces with Relus Cloud Talent Delivery to offer unique and disruptive services across data center, cloud, and talent solutions, and as such, we are now operating as ReluTech Talent Solutions.
Last week, the ReluTech team hosted its first Women In Technology (WIT) event at our office in Peachtree Corners, GA. We had 5 successful women speak on our panel moderated by Relus Cloud Sr. Director PMO, Mary Fellows. Check out some key takeaways in this blog.
2017 was a huge year for ReluTech and the driving force behind it has been our talented people. To help your company grow and succeed you need the right talent. Check out what Account Executive Mike Page has to say about his 2018 predictions for tech talent trends.
In this day and age, with the IT unemployment rate at <4%, it’s pretty common to partner with agencies to help fill technical positions of all skill sets and levels. How do you make that relationship successful?
In a poll I conducted with technical hiring managers throughout my own company, over ¾ of the them stated that soft skills make up between 25 and 50% of their hiring decision. Luckily, a lot of these things can not only be recognized but address and fixed before an interview.
Reader, prepare to take notes. Your DevOps employees should be the apple of your eye and I promise that if you aren’t taking care of their interests, I’ll pull them from your company and get them to work for ReluTech or another organization.
I think it’s safe to say that most surprise sales calls are generally met with an immediate hang-up or a prompt “no thank you.” Decision makers receive an average of 20 to 30 individual sales calls each day. No wonder cold calls are met with disdain!
Typically, candidates experience three or more rounds of interviews, each requiring in-depth research and preparation. When candidates complete the final interview and learn that an offer is coming, it’s common to feel pressure to immediately accept.
If you are like most recent graduates, now is the critical time to start looking for your first real job and making your first real career decisions. Here are the top five essentials to know before going to a career fair.
All-flash arrays are designed to service applications that require enormous performance at very low latency, but are not so effective when blended with a higher capacity requirement. Can today’s hybrid systems deliver the best of both worlds?
If I were a corporation, and this was my critical data, a foolproof Disaster Recovery policy would be necessary. A DR plan protects my data and business if disaster strikes – whether by natural or man-made causes. For my pictures, this disaster could be in the form of a virus, a faulty hard drive, or my basement flooding. In any Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity plan, it is important to take several factors into consideration.