IT and digital specialsit potential of Central and Eastern Europe CEE

How can you attract IT talents and IT specialists to work for you?

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Many companies are currently feeling the effects of a lack of talented IT specialists with suitable skills on the labour market and have begun to look for talented help abroad. The Paylab Portal focused on IT specialists from the Baltics, Balkans and Central Europe in an effort to determine their willingness to work abroad. A total of 4,343 IT specialists working in this region across 11 countries in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) participated in a Paylab survey at the beginning of 2017. They primarily included software engineers, technical specialists and programmers. Higher earning potential was the most attractive reason to work abroad, given that they were likely to earn at least double in Western Europe than what they were earning in their home country.
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Salary analysis – How large a salary would cause an employee to stay at the same company?

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A salary is still the best source of motivation for work and is closely related to the value of a position on the labor market. HR professionals are well aware that some of these positions are filled quickly because there are more opportunities to choose from, but it is harder with other positions as it’s not easy to find qualified applicants with the necessary skills, specialization, and education in labor market or in a certain region.
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African start up revolution was born in Nairobi

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Do you know Marcello Schermer? He quitted his well-paid job in Silicon Valley in order to be part of the startup community in Africa. Everywhere he goes, he eagerly talks about hidden potential, which is waking up on the African continent. As a Seed Star World’s regional manager he traveled all over African continent and supported business ideas created by local people in 18 African countries, including Kenya.
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