Stressed out. Burnt out. Most people's mental health has taken a pounding since the world was turned upside down, and a lot of contractors are now running on empty. We examine the effects of burnout and share some advice on how to tackle it.
When the tipping point finally came for a mass exit from the UK workforce and beyond, not all companies suffered equally. We explore why some organisations have fared better than others during this unprecedented talent crisis.
With web developer roles currently extremely sought after, we delve into what’s influencing demand, how companies can stand out to candidates and the cutting-edge tools developers are working with.
For women to see themselves reflected in a workplace they aspire to join or progress in is a powerful tool for improving gender diversity and inclusion, as well as advancing careers. Here we shine a spotlight on a few female role models.
The first day at a new job can almost feel like you’re starting school all over again; it brings about a strange mixture of excitement and nerves.
Many development companies face stiff competition for talent. So how can they stand out from the crowd?
When it comes to securing the best technology talent, it’s important to move fast. Talent shortages in this sector mean most candidates will not struggle to find offers, and businesses with slow hiring processes are likely to see the best talent slip through the net.
As the product-as-a-service market grows, we ask how data from embedded systems can be successfully commercialised
The initial impact of the pandemic on the embedded software market is starting to ease and in the long term the skills shortage is likely to deepen
As lockdown comes to an end in the UK, Tom Way, SThree’s Managing Director UK & Ireland, shares his gratitude for some of the sectors we must be most thankful for
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is being deployed in warehouses around the world.