Why the Best Hire Might Not Have the Perfect Resume

Regina Heartly brings up some great points about finding the best hire talent by reading between the lines of a resume to find the right person to join your company. Have you had any luck hiring outside the box? What do you look for on a CV? Let us know in the comments below.

7 Reasons you are not getting the Job!

How many times have you received a phone call from your Recruiter regarding a job, but you never heard from them again? Are all Recruiters liars? Why are they even calling me? Yes, there are still some bad practices in our industry but we are not all the same! Here is the truth dear candidate! 

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Change is brewing – SAP innovation and efficiency at SABMiller

Interpro’s David Johnson recently caught up with Lutz Von Nida, Head of Global Solution Design at SABMiller who, as a pioneering leader in SAP, is striving to merge ‘IT’ and ‘Process Innovation’ by putting a user-centric approach at the heart of his philosophy. Combining advanced process management and embracing emerging IT tools, Von Nida’s team is 

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5 User Experience Trends You Need to Know

User Experience (UX) is an essential component of everything from retail businesses to software design. “Consider the user” is a mantra that is repeated in a variety of industries—and should be adopted by many more. The reasoning is clear: 9/10 visitors are less-likely to return to a website where they had a bad experience. Just 

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Which Developers Business are Looking for in 2016

As of 2014, the number of mobile users surpassed the number of desktop users. In business, this means that you need to shift your strategy to include all potential access points. Websites that are not mobile-optimised are driving away traffic. Apps that aren’t supporting a mobile workforce is driving away skilled workers and crippling your 

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Are .NET Developers Still in Demand?

Over the last few of years, I have seen the demand for .NET Developers rise and fall. One month there are jobs galore then the next month they dry up. Usually coinciding with the emergence of the next programming language that’s about to taking off! Working alongside developers, primarily contractors with a Microsoft background I 

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