The War for Tech Talent - How 30 Top Firms Stack Up

Recruiting & HR

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We have created this report for the purpose of providing insight into the competitive technology recruiting and hiring landscape. The information provided may prove useful to HR professionals, Technical Recruiters and Technology Hiring Managers as they seek to compete for information technology talent in an aggressive and evolving market. This information is the product of many years of internal research by Andiamo Partners’ Research Division. We are now providing this information to be used by our clients and their peers.

We compare the hiring practices, technology landscapes and recruiting techniques of the following companies: Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Apple, Amazon, eBay, LinkedIn, Twitter, IBM, Intel, SAP, Oracle, Netflix, Hulu, Yahoo, AOL, HP, Dell, EA, Zynga, RedHat, VMWare, Cisco, Juniper, Rackspace, Akamai, Adobe, CA, Trulia and Zillow.

All of the information included in this report was obtained from public, reliable data sources. We have used reasonable endeavors to ensure that the information provided in this document is accurate and up to date as at the time of issue. The primary sources are listed on pages 19-20.

This quarterly report seeks to compare key factors among some of the world’s most well respected technology companies. Some of the comparative information includes: annual change in job openings; average base salaries and total compensation; technologies used in application development and database environments; percentage of employees from top 15 ranked Computer Science Universities; employee satisfaction; profiles of entry level recruits; companies they recruit from and their employees by location.

Some of the most insightful information is found in the Company Comparison section (page 18) where we show a side-by-side comparison of each company as well as a report displaying the 2 year change in job openings and demand for technologies & skill sets.