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Today’s business has workforce challenges that demand a smart, affordable, and responsive resource model. Talent 101’s adaptable resource models for staffing services are not generic to any industry but unique to engineering and Information Technology solutions for the Semiconductor, Electronics, Telecom, and Defense industries.
Talent 101 delivers resources in areas such as:
We live in an on-demand world. Every day, we have access to an abundance of products and services at our fingertips. You have apps to order food, report updates, and procure supplies in an instant. What if you could get this same convenient access to top talent?
We've increased the flow of talent by implementing the CIRCUIT.
With a thorough selection, interviewing, and quality checks process, we’ve combined a catalog of skills to build a resource pool focused on the semiconductor, electronics, telecom, and defense industries. We stay in active contact with qualified candidates, including passive talent that won’t show up in other sources. This resource pool called the CIRCUIT offers you, qualified ready-to-go candidates.
Quick and decisive hiring—filling roles with greater speed, more accuracy, and less effort—should be a non-negotiable standard to any hiring manager.
Businesses and organizations have never been more dependent on the digital economy and the internet for growth. Cloud-based technologies have also made digital innovation much more vast and accessible to people. However, the greater the virtual infrastructure, the greater exposure to security risks businesses face.
As we head toward the fall season, semiconductor players are finding creative ways to continue developing technology and processes while adapting to a new normal. In the past few months, we’ve seen positive sales trends, creative fiction made from machine learning, silicon-based space technology, and new commercialized chipsets. In case you’ve missed anything, here’s a rundown of the latest news and breakthroughs in the semiconductor space:
As any engineer who has spent hours mulling over a malfunctioning piece of hardware can attest, nothing lasts forever. Years ago, finding defects wasn’t so complicated. But now, more features, complex packaging, and smaller nodes in modern technology make identifying defects more difficult. As a result, some devices never make it out of the lab— and others die in the fab.