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Why the Recruiter Did Not Call You Back

  • Recruitment Team
  • November 10, 2021

I get this often, and it’s a typical breakfast/lunch topic among recruiters whenever there’s a career/job fair happening: an applicant asking, “I applied, but how come I did not get a callback?” I often would respond to this question with a bunch of follow-up questions, such as: “When did you apply?” or “What role did…

What is Systems Engineering? For more than five decades, systems engineering has been known as a well-established field. Different definitions for a system, in diverse context, have been provided in literature. Examples are ANSI/EIA-632-1999, DAU Systems Engineering Fundamentals, IEEE Std 1220-1998, ISO/IEC 15288:2008, NASA Systems Engineering Handbook, and INCOSE Systems Engineering Handbook. For instance, IEEE Std. 1220-1998 defines a system…

Wearable Technology? Wearable technology has been around for almost twenty years, but only in recent years wearable technology has changed the way that we actually live.  With devices like Fitbits and Apple watches taking off in popularly since their launch in the mid-2010s, consumers can actively track and measure multiple things, like their health and…

If you’re trying to create, sustain or properly leverage your organization’s Quality Management System (QMS), then start with ensuring that your actual culture and practice for quality is: Easy to use and customize The QMS’s quality manual doesn’t have to be large in word count, pages or in the number of process/work flow diagrams. What…

How to position your product for success with Model Based Systems Engineering? In the globalized and fiercely competitive world of today, it’s critical for engineering companies to exhibit smart and integrated product development capabilities that are aligned with latest technological advancements and changing customer needs. The competition is not only about building intelligent products but…

Every industry has some degree of automation. So why is automated testing of a digital health environment so rare? Why do we constantly see the testing phase of every EMR, EHR, or HIS implementation planned with thousands of hours of manual testing by clinicians, business analysts and IT professionals? Among the concerns we hear are:…

The health care industry is becoming increasingly digitally enabled. Health systems and clinicians are being supported by and rely on digital health systems. So how do we ensure these systems are deployed correctly and safely? One approach is to employ automated testing. Why is this necessary? Digital health is increasingly being used to capture and…

Focus on bringing your next innovation to market. Let an independent, on-demand testing center of excellence provide a unified and balanced combination of test planning, test management, automated testing services, best practices, tools, and technologies. Applying a TCoE within a managed quality assurance group resolves the challenges associated with decentralized and under-performing testing functions. In the…

There is no doubt that commercial passenger airplanes are big – the Boeing 747-8 and the Airbus A380 dominate in this category. Each has the ability to transport more than 500 passengers on the longest regularly scheduled commercial flights in the world, however, the flying giant Antonov An-225 Mriya (dream) tops these both for its…

Choosing the right software development lifecycle is crucial to the successful implementation of any project. Developers have many choices to choose from such as Waterfall, V-model, Agile, and spiral, just to name a few. The life-cycle adopted can vary with the industry, scope of the software system, and product in mind.  When safety and reliability…