Finding and keeping top technical talent is becoming one of the biggest challenges facing IT leaders today. It’s not enough to offer a competitive salary and solid benefits. These days, tech stars are shopping around for culture fit, office perks, flexible schedules, and whatever other benefits they can squeeze out of prospective employers.
We reached out to several leading IT executives to ask them what they’re doing to fight the IT talent wars. These three IT leaders shared some of their personal strategies for recruiting and retaining top-tier technology workers. In this roundtable you will:
- Learn the personal touch used by Curt Carver, CIO of the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia, to help draw in talented IT candidates and keep them engaged once they take the job.
- Find out how Red Hat CIO Lee Congdon is finding candidates for tough-to-fill information security vacancies and the benefits of using a contract-to-hire approach.
- Learn why giving IT employees the opportunity to move around within Hyatt Hotels Corporation has helped keep employees engaged by giving them room to grow, as well as other retention strategies used by Cliff Tamplin, consultant and former Vice President of Technology Support and Risk Management for Hyatt.
Download the “Winning the IT Talent War” PDF below to learn more.