We believe in being both a recruitment partner and business partner; helping you attract, recruit, and retain the best talent for your company. With a genuine passion for the tech market, Eligo Technology has led the way in connecting the tech community, attending, sponsoring, and speaking at events worldwide.
What does that mean for you? We understand the right fit both culturally and technically for your company and often know exactly the right person for your requirements straight away. We're also the first place the best candidates come to for insight and job opportunities.
We'd love to speak about partnering on your next tech recruitment project, please don't hesitate to get in touch below.
WeAreDevelopers World Congress 2019
London Tech Week 2019
Deep Learning Summit 2019
Artificial Intelligence Conference 2019
Droidcon London 2019
We don't see ourselves merely as a separate entity or supplier to the Tech industry, we believe we are a part of it; getting out from behind our desks and engaging with the people that make it. We're proud to host, support, and attend various meetups, community groups, and events. Here's some of the ones coming up. Looking forward to seeing you there!
With a genuine passion for the technology market and its community, our consultants go the extra mile recruiting for roles in Open Source, Mobile and Sitecore Development, Testing, Data Science and Analytics, Support and Infrastructure, SAP and ERP. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch to discuss how we can help with finding your next technology job or hire.
Eligo consultants really understand the technology space, and are exceptionally attentive to client requirements, constantly refining their approach according to feedback. A standout service.
Eligo's insight into the candidate market is invaluable and the consultants have a real grasp of what we are looking for.
What makes Eligo different is the amount of time they invest in getting to grips with my company's requirements - not only in terms of the technologies but also the cultural requirement.
The Eligo technology team are a breath of fresh air. It's refreshing to work with agents who understand my craft, and who take the time to understand me as a person and what it is I am looking for. If you are working with Open Source technologies and you aren't part of the Eligo family, then you should be.
We worked with Eligo on two challenging hires; we couldn’t have asked for better support. Following a detailed briefing session with us on the role, our culture and needs they immediately understood our talent requirements. We were quickly presented with a strong bench of candidates, helping us employ two exceptional staff members to very specific briefs and in short order.
They are a pleasure to work with and I would certainly recommend them to anyone looking for assistance in finding top talent.
iDirect primarily engaged Eligo to utilise their network of Front End focused technical talent. Whilst performing well in this area, what really impressed me was their dedication to assisting the organisation across the board, including roles a lot of front-end recruiters would consider way out of their remit. Great service and excellent delivery from Eligo recruitment.
Eligo has shown great enthusiasm and efficiency in providing the quality candidates we need. They invest time to fully understand our culture and take a real interest in what we do as a business. With new projects around the corner, we're looking forward to working more closely with Eligo to increase our recruitment drive.
Eligo take the time to understand the environment and the culture of your business which shows in the quality of the candidates they put forward. They have found a number of gems for us and now Eligo are the only recruiter I go to when looking to fill a position in my team.
Eligo are one of those rare agencies in the technical recruitment industry that care and understand about the importance of communities in Open Source and other technical disciplines. They are an advocate of getting people into the right place and are constant supporters of community events.
Recruiters have a pretty bad reputation in the Open Source community. But Eligo consultants are a shining example of what a recruiter should be.
Eligo is an exclusive partner of CV-Library and helps to support us with our technical recruitment, particularly with the harder to fill, senior roles. Rick has really taken the time to get to understand our team and the needs of the business, and as a result, is able to provide us with truly exceptional candidates. We've seen really positive results using Eligo and would definitely recommend it's services to others.
Not only has Eligo helped us to successfully build our Perl team, but they have been a constant support to me in my role. They are always there with advice on our market and support me in what I'm trying to achieve. We've now been to events with Rick which has increased our brand within the market.
Anne Rooke from Eligo has been responsible for bringing a wealth of IT talent to Dr Logic and has for the most part staffed our Company over the last few years! Working with Anne is almost like having an in-house recruitment specialist; she understands us like no other recruiter we’ve worked with and keeps one step ahead so that when we do have a requirement she often has someone earmarked for us already! Anne is professional but so easy to talk to she feels more a friend of the business than a supplier; she even popped across with Eligo beers for the team when we celebrated our 15th birthday earlier this year. It’s great having someone like Anne who understands the sort of talent we seek; she has an uncanny knack of finding the best people for our team, time and time again and I would have no hesitation in recommending her as a first class recruiter.
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In our April technology news update, we cover cybersecurity growth programmes in the UK, MP's challenge social platforms on hate speech, Slack plans for IPO, NatWest's launches first biometric card, Microsoft's trillion market valuation and more! A UK first for cybersecurity growth, millions using the same unsecure password and cyber attacks on businesses soar 20 scaleups join UK cyber security growth programme Tech Nation, the UK’s leading network for tech entrepreneurs has announced 20 fast-growth cyber scaleups that have been accepted onto their first national cybersecurity growth programme. The 6-month Tech Nation Cohort is funded by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, with the aim to help to accelerate the growth of the UK’s most exciting cyber security businesses. Click here to read more about the 20 scaleups joining the new cybersecurity growth programme (Tech Nation) 17/04/2019 UK Cyber Security Centre finds millions using 123456 as a password When was the last time you updated your password? A new study has found that despite the increase of cyber-attacks over the years, millions of people are still using easy-to-guess passwords on sensitive accounts. Analysis by the UK’s national Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) found 123456 as the most widely used password on breached accounts. Click here to read more about the analysis by the National Cyber Security Centre (BBC) 20/04/2019 Cyber attacks on businesses soar to 235 per cent this year A new report finds the number of cyber threats to businesses has soared 235 per cent in the last year, with small businesses still the most at risk. According to the report by cybersecurity firm Malwarebytes consumer data is more easily available in bulk from business targets. Cybercriminals are using increasingly clever means of attack to get even more value from targets through the use of sophisticated Trojans, adware and ransomware. Click here to read more about the rise in cyber attacks on businesses (City.A.M) 25/04/2019 Hate-speech still an issue across social platforms and work chat app slack files for IPO MP’s challenge Facebook, Twitter and YouTube over hate speech on their platforms UK MP’s expressed their frustrations at the social tech giants, with Facebook, Twitter and YouTube facing tough questions about why they still fail to remove hate speech from their platforms. Representatives of all three social platforms said they were improving policies and technology and increasing the number of people working to remove hate speech. However, despite repeated assurances that the social platform’s systems were improving, MP’s remained unimpressed. Click here to read more about the issue of hate speech across social platforms (BBC) 24/04/2019 Workplace chat app Slack plans to go public The workplace chat app Slack has plans to go public, after hitting 10 million daily users across more than 600,000 organisations. The public offering won’t raise money for Slack but it will allow existing shareholders to begin selling their stock. The chat app has reported a rapidly growing revenue of $400.6 million from $105.2 million over the past 3 fiscal years. Click here to read more about Slack’s plans to go public (The Verge) 26/04/2019 UK Tech at the centre of socially responsible tech and biometric innovation New study reveals UK strength of ‘tech for social good’ companies. According to a new study by Tech Nation, the UK is the global centre for socially responsible technology innovation. ‘Tech for social good’ companies were worth £2.3 billion in 2018 with a turnover of £732 million – much larger than the amount generated by the manufacture of consumer electronics in the UK (£634 million). The UK department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport has partnered with the Social Trust to kickstart a fund of up to £30 million. Click here to read more about ‘tech for social good’ companies in the UK (UKTN) 24/04/2019 NatWest launches first biometric card for contactless NatWest will be launching a trial with the first biometric card in the next few weeks, allowing shoppers to verify payments above the usual £30 contactless limit using their fingerprint rather than having to enter a pin number. The bank is working with digital security company Gemalto, Visa and Mastercard to bring the biometric service to users in the UK. Click here to read more about the first biometric bank card (City A.M) 11/03/2019 Microsoft updates and trillion market valuations and a new tech hub in Birmingham Microsoft releases latest .NET Framework Microsoft has updated its software framework with new and improved features with the release of .NET Framework 4.8. The new version includes an improvement of the JIT through bug fixes and code generation-based performance optimisation that was based on .NET Core 2.1. The update is available for Windows 7 Service Pack 1, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10. Click here to read more about Microsoft’s latest .NET framework (SD Times) 22/04/2019 Microsoft hits $1 trillion market valuation Microsoft has seen it's stock market value top $1 trillion (£774bn) and is not the most valuable company in the US after reporting better-than-expected sales and profits. Microsoft is well known for its Windows operating system, but it makes more money from its Azure cloud services and Office software package. Click here to read more about Microsoft’s trillion market evaluation (CNET) 24/04/2019 The Economist set to launch new Birmingham tech hub The Economist is planning to set up a new technology innovation unit in Birmingham, as it looks to boost in-house support for its digital services. The new site, which will be the companies first site outside of London and, comes as a growing number of businesses are looking to invest in the rapidly expanding tech scene in the West Midlands. Click here to read more about The Economist's new Birmingham tech hub (City.A.M) 11/04/2019) Upcoming tech events TNW 2019 - 09/05/2019 TNW 2019 is a two-day festival that showcases industry-leading speakers, panel discussions, and workshops. Find out more here Mobile Growth Summit - 15/05/2019 MGS UK is a one-day, non-vendor conference which aim to help you to connect with and learn from mobile growth and brand marketing professionals. Find out more here Digital transformation Conference - 15/05/2019 The Digital Transformation Conference brings together leaders spearheading digital initiatives in their organisations to offer insights, education and case studies on what can be a confusing environment. Find out more here We Are Developers World Congress - 06/06/2019 The event serves as a networking opportunity between leading technology companies and the European developer community. Find out more here Eligo Articles and News Tips to reduce stress at work With April being Stress Awareness Month it’s a better time than any to promote mental health in the workplace. And with news that the economic and social cost of mental health problems in the UK amounts to more than £100bn every year and with around 70m work days lost due to sickness absence, companies can’t afford to ignore mental health issues in the workplace! Take a look at some of these handy tips to help reduce stress at work Our Technology news update regularly features supplier news, product launches, events, our own articles, and much more. Check back each month to catch up on the industry news affecting the Technology sector collated by our team of Technology consultants. If you have a news article you would like featured in our industry news or would like to work with Eligo Technology to produce content please do not hesitate to get in touch. If you want to hear more news about the technology jobs market, contact us at email@example.com or follow us on twitter at @Eligchlo. You can also check out our page for the latest jobs in development, data, digital marketing, testing, IT support and more.
In our March technology news update, we cover Facebook and Google breaking user trust, from saving passwords to two-factor authentication. The latest technology recruitment and global business trends, as well as the latest mobile rumours, scams and much more. Tech giants break users trust (again) Facebook internally exposes millions of user passwords Reports have found that the passwords of millions of Facebook users were accessible by up to £20,000 employees of the social network. Security researcher Brain Krebs found that up to 600 million passwords were stored in plain text, which could date back to 2012. Facebook has said it has now resolved the ‘glitch’ that stored millions of the passwords on its internal network. A source at Facebook told Mr Krebs that these data protection failures allowed developers to create applications that logged and stored the passwords without encrypting them. Click here to read more about Facebook exposing user passwords internally (BBC Tech News) 21/03/2019 Facebook is abusing trust in two-factor authentication Two factor authentication is said to be the best way to keep your account secure, even if a hacker nicks your password. The most popular form of 2FA, although least secure uses SMS, with the company texting you a short code after you enter your password. This means putting your trust in the company that holds your phone number to gain extra security – however Facebook have been found to abuse this trust. The social network abused phone numbers that users had given to enable two-factor authentication by allowing advertisers to target content against them. Click here to read more about Facebook abusing two-factor authentication (OneZero) 08/03/2019 EU hits Google with €1.5 billion antitrust fine The US tech giant has been hit with their third antitrust fine from the European Union, now totalling at €1.5 billion. Reports have found Google to abuse its dominant position by forcing customers of it’s AdSense business to sign contracts stating they would not accept advertising from rival search engines. This latest fine is its third major penalty the EU has charged Google, with last year the company was charged €4.3 billion for abusing market dominance in mobile and the year before €2.4 billion for manipulating shopping search results. Click here to read more about Google’s latest antitrust fine from the European Union (The Verge) 20/03/2019 Latest recruitment trends show UK tech holds strong against the impact of Brexit and London secures top spot for global innovation. Recruitment trends: UK tech sector upholds strong performance as Brexit approaches According to latest analysis by Robert Waters plc, the banking and financial services jobs are booming in the European central cities of Frankfurt, Paris and Dublin. Financial recruitment is said to have increased in these areas more so than in London. However, the UK tech sector is still growing at a steady rate despite downward pressure from Brexit and the economy. The UK continues to be a leading country in Europe in terms of candidates with IT sills and the number of roles advertised in the tech sector has increased by 11 percent from 2016 to 2018. Click here to read more about the latest recruitment trends in technology and Brexit’s impact (UKTN) 19/03/2019 London gains top spot for global business innovation According to new figures published, London has been voted the top destination for businesses to locate global teams and innovate, despite Brexit uncertainty. 37% of more than 450 senior leaders of large companies surveyed viewed London as the best location for global teams, gaining the top spot ahead of New York (26%), Paris (20%) and Singapore (17%). As many businesses undergo rapid transformation through technology the research explores how recruitment, retention and business location decisions are informed by short and long-term drivers of change. Click here to read more about London gaining the top spot for global business innovation and more (UKTN) 08/03/2019 Apple phone rumours, Android scam and WhatsApp Business rolls out in the latest social and mobile device news. Apple’s next iPhone might be able to wirelessly charge other devices Huawei and Samsung recently introduced a wireless charging feature in some of their latest phones, giving users the ability to charge other devices wirelessly. Rumours have surfaced alleging that Apple’s next iPhone might include this feature too, along with upgraded cameras and a bigger battery. Click here to read more about the Apple iPhone wireless charging rumours (The Verge) 23/03/2019 Scam allows advertisers to make money by draining Android phone batteries Buzz-feed has reportedly found that ad networks have figured out a scam that lets lucrative video advertisements hide behind traditional banner ads in Android apps, so users don’t even know they’re there. Apparently the app developers are not to blame - and were surprised to find an influx of complaints about why their apps are draining user’s batteries and eating up phone data. Click here to read more about the scam allowing advertisers to drain android phone battery (The Verge) 22/03/2019 WhatsApp Business begins to roll out on iOS WhatsApp business, a separate version of the messaging app that is designed to allow businesses to communicate with their customers has begun to roll out on iOS. Along with being able to reply to customers directly, WhatsApp Business has other features that are personalised toward businesses, including away messages, greeting messages, and the ability to list info such as opening times and addresses. Click here to read more about the WhatsApp business app rollout (The Verge) 21/03/2019 ‘I’m not a robot’ reCAPTCHA test fooled and AI bias in decision making AI program tricks reCAPTCHA ‘I’m not a robot’ test Computer scientists have found a way around Google’s reCAPTCHA tests, tricking the system into thinking an artificial intelligence program is human. Google’s reCAPTCHA tests utilise behavioural analysis, requiring humans to simply tick a box declaring “I’m not a robot”. However, at the end of last year, Google released version 3 of their reCAPTCHA test which analyses a range of signals and gives a score between 0-1, lower scores more likely to be bots and higher scores more likely to be human. Scientists at the University of Toronto focused on tricking Google’s secondary system with machine learning, the invisible scoring isn’t abused but they claim they could still get past the latest reCAPTCHA test. Click here to read more about the AI program that is said to have tricked the reCAPTCHA test. (WIRED) 25/03/2019 UK Government examines AI bias in decision making The UK Government is launching an investigation to determine the levels of bias in the algorithms that could affect people’s lives. The Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation will conduct an investigation that focuses on areas where AI has incredible potential, from policing and recruitment to financial services. But it also could have serious negative impact on lives if not implemented correctly, for example when police utilise it as a tool for ‘Harm Assessment Risk’ the AI determines whether an individual is likely to cause further harm. If the algorithm is more or less effective on individuals with different characteristics over another, the issue of AI bias appears. Click here to read more about UK government investigating AI bias in decision making (Artificial Intelligence News) 20/03/2019 Eligo articles and news World Book Day 2019: Share a story Reading a book can be a great way to escape, for some it can help motivate to make a change, it might make a profound impact on our lives, or for others, it can simply make us feel happier and mindful. The World Book Day theme this year is 'share a story' so I asked some of the eligoids to share a book they particularly enjoyed or made a difference to their day to day lives. Read about world book day at Eligo here Take charge of your career Feeling stuck in your current role? Want to move forward but not sure how? As we finally emerge from the dark, cold months of winter and spring into warmer seasons, now is a great time to take charge of your career! Want to discover what you could you do to succeed and progress in your role? Read about how to take charge of your career here Our Technology news update regularly features supplier news, product launches, events, our own articles, and much more. Check back each month to catch up on the industry news affecting the Technology sector collated by our team of Technology consultants. If you have a news article you would like featured in our industry news or would like to work with Eligo Technology to produce content please do not hesitate to get in touch. If you want to hear more news about the technology jobs market, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on twitter at @Eligchlo. You can also check out our page for the latest jobs in development, data, digital marketing, testing, IT support and more.
Moving abroad for work can bring with it a whirlwind of emotions: excitement, stress, joy and fear. Landing a new job and upping sticks across the globe can be tricky and in order for you to settle down into your new job and place of residence without any hiccups, there are a few things to tick off your working abroad checklist. Get to grips with the culture Every country conducts business slightly differently and you’d be surprised at the alteration between countries, provinces or states work-life balance. Some countries are more formal in their approach to business than others, whereas some can be laidback. But with these differences comes a chance to interact with new people and different cultures, often including tasty food and drink, and the opportunity to create potential long-term friendships. It’s worth doing your research beforehand; do you know someone who currently works or has worked and lived in the country your moving to? If not, try looking at online forums to find out more about the culture, and pose the question to your new employer at the interview stage. Get to know the Visa requirements Each country has varying types of work visas so it’s a good idea to fully research regulations surrounding the one you will be under. Sorting out your Visa is an essential part of the working abroad checklist and a very time-consuming task, so make sure you start this way ahead of time. Information regarding Visa’s can be found here and if you’re working with a recruitment consultant, they will also be able to give you helpful advice on the type of Visa that’s right for you. Figure out the finances An important part of getting ready for working abroad means figuring out your finances and making sure you research and prepare for international taxes, banking and national insurance. Let your bank account back home know where you will be moving to, as using your card abroad without telling your bank can lead to your card being blocked for security. You will also need to open a local bank account as soon as you arrive at your new location, so you are able to receive a wage and pay for rent. Be sure you take into account the difference in currency and calculate your earnings with the cost of living, make sure you don’t get caught short and research general costs etc beforehand. Are you a contractor? You may not be allowed to use your limited company in the country you choose to work in and may have to go through an Umbrella company, if you don’t have one of these ask your recruiter to consult you on this. It’s usually the case that the recruiter already works with an Umbrella company and can advise one suitable for you. Getting set up for the move When getting ready for the actual move, you should pack the essential items straight away and save the not so urgent items for later. Moving to another country can be a little stressful so have a clear out and try and get rid of unnecessary items and get some help from family and friends if you can. Another key working abroad checklist item is sorting out your accommodation. Make sure you arrange your accommodation before you arrive and keep in mind you might need a copy of your employment contract and local bank account details in order to rent a temporary residence. Got kids? Then setting up school arrangements will also be on your working abroad checklist. Don’t forget their educational certificates (translated and officially stamped) and if you think they may need additional help with the local language, make sure you speak straight away with the school or local council. Once you move it’s also a good idea to scout out the area, including the transport and how you will be commuting to the office. Your fellow colleagues will also be able to advise you on the best route to work, along with the best places to eat and drink. Be certain of your decision to work abroad Choosing to work abroad can be an easy decision for some but difficult for others. Have you weighed up the pros and cons of moving? Have you spoken to your partner and family members? Moving can have a big impact on your personal and social life but often for the better! Enjoy it! Working abroad can be scary at first but it can also create some of the best experiences of your life, by stepping out of your comfort zone and exploring and embracing the local culture you won’t regret your decision to work abroad. If you’ve been working with a recruiter to find your new role abroad then they will have advised you about some, if not all, of the things mentioned in our working abroad checklist. However, if you’ve worked with a recruiter previously but came away with a poor experience make sure you are asking your recruiter the right questions. Working abroad isn’t as scary as it sounds and can lead to endless opportunities, professionally and personally. If you’re currently considering a new role, or the chance to relocate for a change of scenery take a look at our latest vacancies or get in touch with us.
We are scraping our old news roundup format to bring you – drum roll please – a mega monthly news update! January brought with it a mass of predictions and trends and in the first Eligo Technology news update, we take a glance at the tech job market of tomorrow, top tech skills and how tech is going to change this year. We also cover some highs and lows of the technology giants from plans to stamp out fake news to facing legal action over sexual misconduct and the first big GDPR fine. The future of the tech industry A glance at the Job Market of tomorrow: Future Jobs Report 2018 (Wall Street Journal) The World Economic Forum recently released their detailed but short glance at the state of the tech job market of tomorrow, with its Future of Jobs Report 2018. The survey revealed that in 2018, an average of 29% of task hours were performed by machines versus 71% performed by humans. By 2022 this average is expected to shift, with 42% of tasks to be performed by machines and 58% by humans. What are your thoughts on this shift in labour? Do you think machines will take over, what jobs will become redundant and which will be in most demand? Read more here (Wall Street Journal) Top trends and gadgets of CES 2019 The CES trade show in Vegas brings together the biggest names in tech to startups you’ve never heard of. This year’s event saw Alexa and Google Assistant stealing the show, a skin printer that wipes years from your face, a wristband that controls your temperature and some quirky pet robots. Read more here (BBC News) KMPG survey reveals UK tech sector growth at its weakest for 3 years According to KPMG’s latest survey, The UK Tech Monitor Index the technology sector experienced a difficult end to 2018, as business activity growth eased to its weakest for three years and new work remained subdued. Causes for this lack and lull in client spending were reportedly down to global trade frictions and Brexit-related uncertainty. So what does 2019 have in store for the growth of the UK technology sector? – According to the survey, buoyant staff hiring and capital spending plans are still in place. Read more here (UKTN) Diversity on the rise GCHQ offers all-female Cyber training classes In a bid to increase the number of female online security experts, GCHQ is offering 600 free places on all-female CyberFirst Defenders courses in April and May this year. The BBC has found that the intelligence and security services are worried about missing out on female recruits and so will be providing this training as a mix of residential and non-residential training events. Read more here (Recruiter) Tech Talent Charter launches diversity benchmarking report The Tech Talent Charter (TTC) has launched a benchmarking report tracking gender diversity in technology roles across the UK. The data was gathered from over 200 signatories representing over half a million employees. Offering a snapshot of today’s tech industry and an insight into practical ways companies can improve it. Read more here (UKTN) Tech giants take on fake news and GDPR fines Facebook employs fact-checkers to tackle fake news Here are the facts. Facebook has taken on a UK fact-checking service to help deal with fake news. Full Fact is a charity that reviews stories, images and videos and rates them based on accuracy. If something is found as fake, it will appear lower in the news feed but will not be deleted or removed. Whilst this is seen as a positive step for Facebook, will just pushing posts further down news feeds work enough to stop the spread of fake news? Read more here (BBC News) WhatsApp limits message forwarding to fight misinformation WhatsApp is putting a limit on its message forwarding, only allowing users to forward 5 messages in a row. The Facebook-owned messaging company is aiming to tackle the spread of rumours and misinformation as the spread of this ‘fake news’ has been a persistent problem on Facebook-owned WhatsApp and other social networks. The company began testing the message limit in India in July following a spate of mob violence and lynchings in that country blamed on misinformation spread on the social network. Read more here (CNet) Google charged with £44m GDPR fine The award for the first tech giant to break GDPR in 2019 goes to…Google. French data regulator CNIL fined Google 50 million euros (£44m) for a breach of the new EU data protection rules. Reasons for imposing the charge included a “lack of transparency, inadequate information and lack of valid consent regarding ads personalisation.” Apparently, the first complaint was filed on the 25th of May 2018 – the day the new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect. Read more here (BBC News) Consultant comments / predictions “My prediction for 2019 is that investment in AI and Machine Learning to help automate business processes will continue to accelerate, as it becomes an integral part of corporate strategy. According to a report by Deloitte, cognitive technologies/AI have topped the list of emerging technologies in which CIOs plan to invest. Benefits include increasing productivity, strengthening regulatory compliance through automation, and helping organisations derive meaning from ever-larger data sets. I predict that the Data Science and Machine Learning job market will continue to be candidate driven, with these candidates in increasingly high demand as organisations continue to deploy and manage these AI fuelled enterprise systems.” Katie Parker, Account Executive Eligo articles this month Trending technology skills for 2019 As technology evolves at such a rapid pace, so do technology-based careers that surround it. As such, the IT professional of the 21st century is constantly learning and adding to their technical skill set to keep up with the ever-changing digital landscape. According to the latest LinkedIn data, there are at least 50,000 professional skills in the world! Out of these, there are 8 trending technology skill areas that companies are looking for when hiring IT professionals this year. 2018 review: A Year of change for Eligo 2018 was a great year for our consultants, candidates, and clients, with many changes impacting the business and the team in a positive way. Like a proud parent sharing your achievements with family and friends, we decided it was time to fill you in with what’s been going on here at Eligo over the last year. What’s imposter syndrome and how can you overcome it in 2019? Are you critical of yourself at work? Do you dismiss your achievements as nothing? Perhaps your thinking of making a big career change, starting a new job or landing a promotion? – These thoughts often come with a side order of self-doubt and sense of inadequacy. We’ve all experienced different levels of imposter syndrome at some point in our career lives (I know I have). But the good news is there are ways to overcome these feelings of self-doubt and gain the confidence to appreciate your abilities and continue to take charge of your career. Eligo download of the month: Job Hunting Guide Job hunting can be a different experience for everyone and it can be exciting, terrifying, and stressful in equal measure. There are questions such as what you should ask in an interview, to make decisions around handing in your notice at your current job to consider, as well as the inevitable update of the CV. All in all, finding the right new job is one of the hardest things to achieve, which is why we wanted to put all of our expertise and knowledge of the job hunting process into a handy job hunting guide to not only make life easier but make sure you land your dream job. From working with your recruiter and perfecting your CV to interview preparation and making tricky decisions surrounding your employment we cover it all for you in our Job Hunting Guide.
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