CIRCUIT by Talent 101 offers you qualified candidates the moment you need them.
In an organization, an empty seat can be a burden interfering with a company’s core mission. When there’s a vacancy, managers must redistribute the workload or it’s left undone. This can result in stress, costs, delays, lost opportunity, and lower revenue. What’s more, hiring to fill empty seats can take weeks or months, adding strain and extra costs.
Talent 101’s staffing solutions include contract and contract-to-hire with flexible service contract options. We recruit and deliver professional expertise to fill vacancies in your labor force. This allows for flexibility in project resource planning and execution phases. We provide our clients with budgeting and financial flexibility by offering contingent labor as a variable cost. We also recognize your desire to retain top talent. That’s why we offer favorable and flexible terms for the conversion of contingent labor to permanent employees.
Talent 101 delivers top semiconductor and engineering talent in the following areas:
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 thorough selection, interviewing, and quality checks, we’ve combined a pool of skills to build a talent repository focused on the semiconductor and electronics industries. We stay in active contact with qualified candidates, including passive talent that won’t show up in other sources. This repository, called the CIRCUIT, offers you qualified candidates the moment you need them.
Quick and decisive hiring—filling roles with greater speed, more accuracy, and less effort—should be a non-negotiable standard to your hiring manager.
In this edition of semiconductor news to know, summer is now in full swing with stronger semiconductor sales and expected growth gains throughout the year. In the semiconductor space, the global market has experienced year-to-year growth of greater than 20 percent for 13 consecutive months as announced by John Neuffer, president and CEO of the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA).
The wave of new regulations and policy proposals forecasts a stronger focus towards lucrative industry initiatives and better internal organizational practices. We expect continued development in global collaboration to benefit industry security customs, uphold ethical standards, and better workforce development. Further dialogue in organization behavior and goals marks a signal towards responsible action and a commitment to doing good in the world.
There’s a lot to glean from this quarter's industry news. Read on to explore the latest semiconductor news and technology trends in the second quarter of 2018.
Engineers, developers, and designers must keep up with technology for the same reason any professional keeps up with technology—to stay relevant in the job market. But with the fast-paced world of advancements and competitive labor markets, it can certainly be a challenge to keep up.
In this article, let's explore three simple ways for engineers to take advantage of growth opportunities and sharpen their skills in the world of work.
If you found yourself on the job hunt, would your qualifications today hold up for a new job tomorrow? With the lightning pace of technology breakthroughs that inhibit our role in the office and the changing faces of the workforce DNA, many worry about the impending “skills gap.”
As the advent of AI, machine learning, and automation pushes the baseline standard for qualified candidates, companies are transforming their own talent and technical capabilities. After assessing the fastest growing, in-demand gigs in the semiconductor space, the implications for future positions call for skilled workers in sectors like cybersecurity, healthcare, and finance. As jobs become harder to fill, the strain of the skills gap is felt across multiple industries.