"IT pros seem to love the opportunity to keep their skills sharp and to work with the latest, cutting-edge technology," he says. "Some businesses offer the opportunity to participate in hack-a-thons or encourage talent to take on side projects, all of which benefit both the employee and the business," he says.
"It's all about creating an environment in which IT pros feel valued and play a part in creating a culture where they can grow and thrive," Goli says. And a free lunch certainly doesn't hurt.
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