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Hardware Engineering Manager

Hardware engineering focuses on the development and testing of computer hardware components. You may focus on specific components or parts of the process, such as specializing in design or working only with processors, or work with a general hardware engineering skill set. As you gain experience in this field, you may want to move into a position with more responsibility and a focus on strategy, as opposed to doing the front-line development yourself. The hardware engineering manager position puts you at the head of an engineering team or department, with an average salary of $140,958.

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Embedded Software Engineer

Embedded software engineering is a sub-specialty of software engineering that specifically focuses on developing software for non-computer hardware. You deal with unique hardware development environments, as the electronic systems you create software for lack the resources and capacity of your typical computing device. The software integrates directly into these devices, which requires a different software engineering style than those working on computers. Software and hardware share a strong link, so even when you don't have the same CPU power or memory as a computer, you can get a lot out of the electronics.

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Why You Should Choose OneTech's Candidates

It can be difficult to find the right talent when you have the wrong kind of recruitment pool. If you have faced struggles in the past with recruitment pools that are too random or not dependable enough for an efficient hiring process, One Tech has the ideal solution for you: Our recruiters are experienced in understanding exactly what job positions require and who can fulfill your needs.

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Set Your HR Manager Free: How Staffing Agencies Support Human Resources

Having an accomplished human resources department doesn't mean that your business can't benefit from the services of a staffing agency. Human resources departments need to deal with many issues over the course of the day; by engaging a staffing agency, you can make it easier for your human resources department to operate effectively.

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Avoiding these Common Pitfalls When Writing Your Job Description

Are your job postings getting literally hundreds of responses? Are they getting none at all? Or are they simply not getting the responses that you expected? Writing a good job description is a difficult process, but it's essential to building the correct pool of candidates. Here are a few of the issues that are most commonly encountered, even by experienced HR personnel.

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The Benefits of Leasing Employees Rather Than Direct Hiring

If your business is considering a rapid expansion -- or you simply want to simplify your payroll and other associated expenses -- you may want to consider the benefits of leasing employees. Leased employees are directly employed by a staffing agency but operate in day-to-day operations exactly like hired staff members.

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How Insurance Benefits Have Changed for the Modern Employer

Moving into 2016, employers may want to brush up on the responsibilities that they have towards their employees regarding insurance. Health insurance has changed significantly over the past few years and this may lead to some confusion in human resources departments.

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The Many Hidden Benefits of Working as a Temp

Some people are simply naturals when it comes to temping. It's always exciting to slide into another position with brand new challenges -- and to know that there are new experiences just across the horizon. But there are some other advantages to working as a temp as well, some of which may not be immediately obvious.

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Job Searching Through the Holiday Season

Job searching through the holiday season often sounds unpleasant -- and it can be a challenge for even experienced job seekers to navigate. The holiday season presents many unique challenges, but also some benefits for those who are creative thinkers. It's not always wise to delay your job search until after the holiday season, especially if you're in a competitive or niche market. 

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Four Key Things to Look for In Temporary Employees

Hiring a temporary employee can always feel like a risk. Not only do you need to invest some time into training, but you also need to make sure that the temporary employee will be as conscientious and driven as your full-time employees. So what do you look for to make sure that you're getting the most out of the employee-employer relationship?

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