You may have heard about Mexico and some kind of bad attributes that might be the reason why you postpone or don’t even consider a life or the establishment of a business in this Country.
This week I was curious about how candidates, skilled IT developers in Mexico, live the recruitment and hiring process with us: ScreenIT so…
Without mentioning names, we all know that new immigration bills in the United States and recent threats to end programs for startups going to the US and start there represent a lot of uncertainty for companies working in the tech industry.
Consequences will come for start-ups in the Silicon Valley, which will have to adjust its salaries to the high demands of IT-professionals in the area, as well as face a shortage of talented developers that sooner or later, will be no longer filled with people from abroad.
To help all these coping with adversity, Mexico implemented some programs to welcome those who aren’t welcome in the US.
So, you send your resume for the perfect job, you have most of the searched profile but, they haven’t answered you, not a call, not an email or a message…
What’s happening? What’s wrong? are recruiters too busy? Have they covered the position?
Maybe, but I’m going to tell you what happens most of the time: your resume is not exactly the one needed…
At ScreenIT we understand not all companies are ready to take the decision of having a new team or extend the existing one to a new geography. So here we expose important checks to do before any movement.
Beyond lower cost, there are plenty of elements that you should consider in case your company needs to find an IT nearshore/offshore vendor.
If you are looking to fully experience, live, taste and learn technology Campus Party is the place (also known as CPMX8).
When talking about technology outsourcing offshore options, it is usual to immediately think about India.
Historically, this country has been a major competitor with Mexico. Most of the time, IT teams are built onsite and then reinforced with the Asian talent hub.
If you feel comfortable with trouble related to offshoring such as have to wait a day-and-a-half for an issue to be turned around, you probably must avoid going nearshore.
Otherwise, if you are looking for a solution to improve your company’s operation and take advantage of its whole potential, I’ve written for you the following benefits of Nearshore outsourcing. Read more
In life, business and relationships alike, it is important to be one step forward, to advance. Sometimes it turns difficult, especially nowadays where the competition abounds for the good.
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