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Keep Your Staff Engaged while Working from Home

Working from home can present many challenges. It’s difficult to stay focused on the task at hand while dealing with distractions. It’s also difficult to get into a working mindset while in the familiar and relaxed setting of the home. This leads to less efficient employees which, in turn, can be detrimental to a company.

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How to Stay Productive While Working from Home

Working from home has many wonderful benefits. From the flexibility in schedule to working in a familiar environment, it’s no wonder that working from home is becoming more common. However, one of the biggest challenges for remote workers is staying productive. Often, remote workers work from a more relaxed environment than in-office workers. This can

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How to Deal With an Unexpected Layoff

Being laid off can be one of the most stressful and frustrating experiences you can go through. Yet, 40% of workers have Been laid off or terminated at least once. Usually, layoff occurs due to a financial crisis within a company, and often, being laid off can be rather unexpected. Although no one would want

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Why Freelancers and Recruiters Should Work Together

Typically, developers looking for direct-hire or long-term gigs work with a recruiting agency. However, a freelancer can benefit from working with a recruiter as well. Recruiters are often aware of positions and jobs before they are posted for the general public. They place both contract and permanent employees and can help connect freelancers with a

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How to Effectively Manage Remote Workers

Effectively managing remote workers can be a challenge. Even for those skilled and experienced in the business world, new challenges present themselves when working with someone remotely rather than in person. Yet, working remotely is becoming increasingly common. One study shows a 4% increase in remote workers over a period of 4 years. As remote

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What a Hiring Manager Looks for in a Candidate

Applying for a new job can be a daunting task. It is easy to become nervous wondering if you are the right fit for a company. However, there are a few simple traits that a hiring manager usually looks for in a candidate. A Hiring Manager Looks At Your Qualifications. Perhaps the number one consideration

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Top Interview Questions and How to Answer Them

Interviews can be nerve-wracking. Sitting down, being asked questions, being evaluated on your answers, it’s no wonder that so many people struggle to find themselves at ease when sitting across from a hiring manager. However, most interviewers ask similar interview questions, and knowing how to answer them can help feel confident during your next interview.

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Is Adobe Certification Worth the Effort?

In a fast-paced, ever-changing workforce, you might question which skills and certifications you need for success. If you have the know-how, do you really need a piece of paper to back it up? Many AEM developers already have college degrees or web development certificates, so getting Adobe Certified may not seem that important. After all,

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5 Interview Questions You Should Ask Candidates

An informative interview plays an important role in allowing a company and an applicant to get to know each other. To ensure your interview is productive and helpful, make sure you ask the right questions. Begin with Broad Questions No matter who you’re hiring or what job position you are attempting to fill, you should

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5 Methods for Researching Prospective Employers

What should you do when you find a job posting that interests you? Before you fill out the application, or submit a resume, even before you call your recruiter, you need to do your homework. Researching prospective employers can give you the information you need to position yourself ahead of other applicants. Who oversees each

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5 Tips on Preparing for the Interview

Whether it’s your first interview or your 50th, sitting down to discuss your strengths and weaknesses with a stranger can be pretty nerve-wracking. However, there are simple things you can do when preparing for the interview. We have some simple tips that should help you improve confidence and give you the right words at the

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Building a Functional Resume as a Software Engineer

Too many job candidates never make it to an interview simply because their resume fails to impress. We are not saying that it’s because they lack experience. It may just be that their resume fails to showcase their talents. Building a resume for a software engineer requires a whole different approach than, let’s say, a

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How to Negotiate Your Salary When You Receive a Job Offer

If you are a web developer, architect, or marketer who specializes in Adobe, Salesforce, Sitecore, or Magento, it only makes sense to work with someone who can help you negotiate your salary. Our goal is to bridge the gap between business and employee, matching qualified workers with the companies who need them.

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5 Missteps When Hiring Top AEM Talent

With Adobe Experience Manager, your company’s content authors can quickly and easily create the personalized experiences customers demand. Too bad it’s nowhere near as easy to find AEM developers to implement it, customize it to your business, maximize its functionality, and monitor and maintain it. There are about third fewer AEM developers than open AEM

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Transfer your H1B visa to a new company in three steps.

As an Adobe Experience Manager developer, you already know that companies seek and value your skills. After all, your unique skill set brought you together with your current H1B visa sponsor in the first place. However, in light of recent changes to the 2019 H1B program, you may feel uneasy when you’re approached with offers

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With Developers, You May Get What You Pay For

According to a  Stripe and Harris Poll survey, 61% of senior executives say the biggest threat facing their business today is a lack of developers. And 42% of them say they can’t keep up with evolving technology trends because they don’t have enough skilled engineers. Developers are aware they’re in short supply and high demand.

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How the California Assembly Bill 5 Affects You

The California Assembly Bill 5, spurred by decades of employee misclassification, limits the categorization of independent contractors. It places the burden on employers to show that workers meet certain conditions. All employees and independent contractors (pre-existing and new) must meet the following standards: The worker is free from the control/direction of the hirer in connection

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