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During contract negotiations, your soon-to-be employer may bring up the idea of a non-compete clause (also known as a do not compete clause or a covenant not to compete). According to CNN, around 37% of workers in the US have signed a non-compete clause (NCC) at some point in their careers, and around 18% are… read the rest »

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As discussed in our previous candidate article, the size of a company you work with can directly affect your career and personal goals. When the time comes to accept an offer, first consider the benefits and drawbacks that a company offers you. Evaluating company size is a crucial part to this process. Whereas smaller companies… read the rest »

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When deciding which job offer you will accept, consider the size of the company and how its size affects your career and personal goals. Small and large companies both have benefits as well as downsides. In this post, we discuss the benefits of working with a smaller company. Employee Skills Become More Diverse Smaller companies… read the rest »

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Congratulations! You’ve received multiple job offers – now you get to choose between them. While a great problem to have, deciding which opportunity is best can be daunting. Common factors helping you decide which offer to take include salary, benefits, career path, company culture, location, and red flags. Salary and Benefits An effective way to… read the rest »

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While unemployment in the tech industry is currently low, there is always the possibility that your company will reduce their workforce. As such, it never hurts to be prepared for a potential layoff. Here are tips for how to spot a round of layoffs, how to prepare for the unexpected, and what to do if… read the rest »