17 June 2021, London – Technology talent solutions firm, Stott and May, has opened a new entity in Ireland to reinforce the company’s continued growth across Europe.
Incident response professionals also cite salary and potential for career growth as most important factors when it comes to accepting new role according to data from Stott and May.
Our latest webinar, entitled 'Understanding DevOps DNA', was hosted by Nominet and focused on how to build and contribute towards more effective DevOps teams. This deep dive session is ideal for DevOps leaders and professionals that are looking for inspiration on how to manage the moving parts of technology ideation and delivery to create better business outcomes.
After the delays and the future gazing, we set out to to separate the fact from the fiction through hosting a knowledge-sharing virtual event entitled 'IR35: The Facts, all the facts and nothing but the facts'.
London - 31st August 2020 – The technology stack you’ll get to work with is the number one consideration for Data Engineers when accepting a position according to Stott and May’s ‘How to Hire a Data Engineer’ research report. The global report examines the views of 50 data engineering professionals, from private sector organisations, to determine how best to attract, engage, acquire and retain talent in this increasingly competitive area.
Stott and May recently partnered up with Giles Lindsay, CTO at Digital Ventures, to host a our latest Agile Valley event in the form of a webinar entitled '9 Dysfunctions of Agile'.
This Cyber Security focused webinar session, featuring a host of tenured CISO's, will take you through the challenges and best practices associated with creating the perfect security roadmap.
As a talent acquisition agency for high growth technology businesses, employer brand sits close to our hearts. In a bit to offer advice and support to the community on how companies can preserve or even enhance their employer brand over this disruptive period we created this webinar entitled; 'COVID-19: The Ultimate Test of Employer Brand'.
London – 28 April 2020 – The latest findings of the Stott and May Cyber Security in Focus research reveal that leaders are still struggling with the skills gap and access to talent. Most respondents (76%) believe there is a shortage of cyber security skills in their company, which represents an improvement on 2019 (88%), however, the problem still seems more potent for mid-market and large enterprise businesses. Organisations are still struggling to source cyber security talent (72%) with no material improvement around time-to-hire from 2019.