This Week in Talent (6 Feb)

We have a good variety this week: a map for showing software developers’ distribution by location and technology, a comprehensive six-part guide for choosing an ATS, the fastest growing jobs in Australia, and more!

Global technical Talent map 2020

Here is a great resource from the folks at AmazingHire providing exclusive insights into the software developers’ distribution by location and technology. Check it out.

Writing a good resume

The title says it all. An excellent guide for everyone to share with your candidates.

3 ways to identify workers that your company should reskill

Reskilling itself isn’t a one-size-fits all endeavour – you need to be able to identify the right people and offer the right training that will work for your organisation. If you are only purely relying on external Talent to fill your gaps, this is an article that you have to read.

Podcast: What is the future of Talent Assessment?

David Green is the preeminent expert in people analytics and in this informative podcast, he and his guest Uri Ort deep dive into how to measure the business impacts and outcomes of assessments. A must listen for anyone who is interested in how assessments can support their Talent identification and development programs.

Need 2 Know series: Purchasing an enterprise ATS, introduction

We all know the picture around ATS is never completely rosy. The question, then, is how to ensure that we make the best of what is available. Here’s a six-part article series exploring the different stages for purchasing your next ATS. Check it out.

These are the 15 fastest-growing jobs in Australia right now, according to job site Indeed

Not much of a surprise here – healthcare takes top spot. In fact, the top eight roles are all related to healthcare. And just in case you were wondering, employment consultants came in at a decent 15th position. Not bad we think. Click to read more.  

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