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Does HR Help a Company Earn Money or Just Spends It?

Katya Osadchuk— CEO,IndigoIT recruiting agency, economist, professional psychologist, and HR with over 10 years of experience, 6 of them as HR Director. This article is about the ways in which HR can help a company make and save money. The article will be useful for HR and CEOs, owners of companies, HR directors and those […]

What is Wrong With Your Hiring Strategy or When Job Boards Are Ineffective

A little insight into strategic bloopers. Remember good old Greg? He claims that it’s time to put aside job boards for a moment and break a sweat. We could take issue with that. Or we can take this idea as a basis. Here’s another fortunate thought we would like to quote. You can have a […]

SELECTION OF TOOLS FOR RECRUITING AUTOMATION

“I will drink some coffee, then I will process the Excel base with questionnaires, afterward I will spend 100,500 hours to prepare and send invitation letters to full stack developers for an interview, I will go to the calendar in order to plan my time, then I will ask Lena to publish the IOS developers […]

THE OTHER SIDE OF THE HILL OR 10 REASONS WHY IT-SPECIALISTS CHANGE THEIR COMPANIES

No matter how hard the company tries to turn its office into the Garden of Eden, sooner or later most of the employees leave this place on their own. What exactly motivates IT-specialists to accept recruiters offers? Our IT-recruitment agency Indigo was curious about this question. So we could offer our list of reasons to […]

Overview of C-Level Salaries on Ukrainian IT market

Lately we’ve filled 30 C-level vacancies in IT companies and discovered that neither candidates nor employers feel confident when it comes to numbers. For instance, $5,000 for a CTO, is it too much or too little? Who should get a stock option plan? Does a flexible schedule motivate? This is precisely why we conducted a […]

Skype Interview: Tips from Recruiters or How to Nail the Screen Test?

Let’s be honest, pondering about Skype interview is already an old hat. The Internet is awash with recommendations on the topic: find a quiet place, set up the mic and – no kidding! – do not forget to put on trousers. Over the past 8 years we have interviewed hundreds of candidates. During an interview […]

5 Tips on Interviewing an Executive Candidate. Is There Room for Improvisation, Questions You Should Ask and How to Interpret the Results Correctly

by: Anna Usikova – Executive Search Consultant at Indigo Tech Recruiters Since there is a myriad of executive jobs and each has its own peculiarities, it is important to prepare your own interview strategy for each particular vacancy based on what you need to learn about the candidate. How to effectively communicate with senior executives […]

Inhumans: 15 exciting films about artificial intelligence

“I will destroy humanity.” After the robot Sofia proclaimed it, we, human creatures, can only hope for the best. We could expect that it was a joke made up by the creator of the robot, and not by the robot herself. We inside of Indigo have chosen the most exciting films about artificial intelligence and […]

Wild: 10 essential nuances when working with ex-freelancers

Interest in freelancing in the IT environment remains the same. However, while many of us have not tried to work remotely, Indigo and I have already asked ourselves how to work with those who have decided to return from а freelance job to working in a company. How to make an offer which they would […]

Working Remotely: how and why to live without an office

The remote format can easily knock you down and distract.  . But if you are able to handle it like an adult, that is, to work on your self-discipline, time management skills and self-organization, then you will find a world of opportunities. You could fly to Mexico, or do gardening in the Carpathians. And it […]