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April 2015

Dear Reader,

This issue of the Venteon newsletter is all about tech! Take a look at the articles below to learn the staggering cost of a bad hire in IT, and the bad habit most tech managers share.

If you're looking for the top technical candidates available for hire right now, our Candidates in the Spotlight are the best of the best. Give us a call if you want to know more about these or our other qualified technical candidates.

Rachelle Winter


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Candidates in the Spotlight

.Net Developer (Mid-Level) - A cutting-edge programmer analyst seeking a challenging career opportunity in application development, with over four years of experience in application design, the agile philosophy, mobile web development, and application data modeling.

Front-End Developer (Up and Comer) - This candidate is looking to take the next step in their career. Started with current company two years ago and is now looking for a mid-level position. This is a candidate who can work independently but is not so experienced they become unaffordable.

Lead .Net Developer (Lead or Manager) - This is a very Sr. Level Developer who recently moved to SE Michigan. Has 18 years of IT experience across various industries. Served as a Development Manager, Project Manager, Application Architect, Web Developer, Application Developer, Lead Developer, Mentor, and Programmer/Analyst.

To find out more about these candidates, please click here
or contact us today.

The High Cost of a
Bad Hire in IT

The cost of a bad hire, especially in the IT industry, can be staggering -- potentially costing half a year’s salary!


The Bad Habit Most
Tech Managers Share

As a tech professional, you may have an idea what the number-one bad habit is for most tech managers. Ready for the answer?


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