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The tech industry is expanding and changing faster than most, from the scaling start-up to the established giants that are still growing. For HR leaders in tech, this means that programs and practices can quickly fall out of date.
Revisiting and evaluating your strategies is imperative in every aspect of the recruitment and retention process. If you “set and forget” your HR practices and the business continues to grow, you’ll soon find yourself ill-equipped for the increasingly competitive tech talent pool.
HiBob recently teamed up with Codility for a discussion on “Building an effective HR strategy in tech.” Moderated by HiBob People and Culture Partner Alyx Gilham, the conversation featured Jeremy Schmidt, senior director of global talent acquisition at codility, and Toby Hough, people and culture director for Europe at HiBob.
The panelists shared what makes this time so challenging for HR leaders in the tech space, and how they can attract and retain top talent. Here are some best practices from their conversation.
A challenging time for HR in tech
Whether you call the ongoing talent shake-up the Great “Resignation” or “Reassessment,” one thing is clear: People in every industry are looking inward to evaluate their work lives