2 Crucial Characteristics to Look for in a Staffing Company

Once you have determined that working with a staffing company is the right move for you and your business, the next challenge comes when you have to choose the firm which is best suited for your needs.  While many businesses base the decision simply on price, there are other factors that should be a larger priority.

Before you make your final decision as to which staffing company is right for you, be sure to examine these two crucial characteristics that can help determine whether your selection will lead to a successful business relationship, or send you back to the drawing board.

Local Reputation

The reputation of a staffing agency can provide significant clues as to how they function as a business, especially when it comes to recruiting in your local area.  While many businesses seek out information on the company as a whole, this may not provide a clear indication as to how they operate within your specific community, especially when examining national chains.

Each location should be considered its own separate entity, regardless of the presence of a larger corporate structure, as you will likely only have interactions with the location closest to your business.  If you want to see how the staffing company’s services are viewed within your area, consider contacting other local businesses who use the staffing company’s services for a review, or solicit for recommendations within the community.

While the firm’s reputation within the business community is important, discovering how their services are perceived by those working as employees through the service is also vital.  If you want to ensure you are gaining access to the most qualified talent, align with a firm that attracts the best candidates regardless of their relationship with your company.

Consider taking the time to speak with your employees to determine the staffing company’s reputation from that side of the equation.  If employees speak positively about the company, it is more likely that qualified candidates will be attracted to the service as well.

Experience and Specialization

Just as you would prefer your employees to have the appropriate amount of experience within a specialized position, you should consider that a key factor when selecting a staffing company, especially when the positions you are looking to fill are industry specific or highly skilled in nature.  By selecting a company that focuses on your sector, you can increase the likelihood they will be able to meet your needs.

Just as an experienced employee can perform better than a less experienced co-worker, an experienced staffing firm has advantages over less experienced competitors.  Less specialized staffing companies may not be able to keep up with all of the trends within your company’s field as they work with a large number of markets.  Specialized firms can focus on a primary area of expertise, allowing them to dedicate the time necessary to truly understand your industry, as well as the people who work within it.

Additionally, specialized staffing firms have a well-established pool of potential candidates, as well as a deeply entrenched network of professionals within the community.  This can provide them with unprecedented access to information regarding the local employment and business markets, which allows them to spot trends that are pending on the horizon.

Looking For A Top IT Staffing Company?

If you are ready to work with a staffing company that can meet the unique needs and demands of the IT marketplace, Resolution Technologies is here to help.  With staffing experience specifically focused on technology, we have the knowledge necessary to find the right candidates for your open positions.  Contact Resolution Technologies today to see how you can put our knowledge to work for you.

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3 IT Soft Skills You NEED to Succeed!

While many people focus on hard skills when developing their IT career, your soft skills can be just as critical to your success.  Many college and university graduates leave the classroom armed with the technical ability and know-how to work on today’s most advanced systems in fast-paced and challenging environments. However, this form of experience does not necessarily indicate that a potential employee has the soft skills necessary to function well within a workplace.

Combine this with the fact that while hard skills are often easy to teach and transfer to new employees, soft skills cannot be so easily developed through standard forms of instruction, which makes those who already possess these traits even more valuable.  In order to ensure your IT career will flourish, make sure you work to develop your soft skills, especially in these three key areas.

Communication Skills

The IT field can be highly technical, making it seem very complex to co-workers who are not as familiar with the terminology and the intricacies of the profession.  In order to work more effectively with others, your communication skills will need to be developed in such a way as to allow you to work with those who may not have the same knowledge base or experience.

Sophisticated communication skills will allow you to explain the necessary information to those who are less familiar with the subject without sounding condescending.  This is critical when you are responsible for training users in the proper operation of new technology-based solutions, working with members of management to create project plans and outline business goals, as well as for guiding user requirements during product development.

Teamwork and Collaboration

While communicating effectively with other employees is important, so is the ability to work effectively as part of a team.  Within the IT sector, a project’s success is rarely based on the work of a single individual, especially as more technologies begin to integrate with each other in new ways.

Being able to work as part of a team allows individuals to pool their strengths and offset their weaknesses.  It can also serve as a wonderful learning opportunity for those interested in advancing their current skill set or cross-training into similar areas.  For example, the movement towards unified communication technology has begun to integrate voice services with other IT messaging solutions in ways that would previously have been unimaginable, and those efforts are now integrating with mobile technology and cloud-based IT solutions.  Being part of a collaborative team effort allows you to gain exposure into new areas, as well as network with other professionals with compatible skill sets.

Adaptability and Creativity

With the pace at which IT seems to change, an IT professional needs to be prepared to adapt to the shifting environment in creative ways.  This can include dealing unexpected changes to project requirements, most often referred to as scope creep, as well as adjustments to overall business priorities that can cause one project to be shelved in favor of pursuing another.

Additionally, you may be required to conjure unique solutions to improve the overall effectiveness of a final product, including integrating features across multiple systems while promoting mobility within the workplace.  This can lead you to use your knowledge in new ways, and being open to trying solutions that may not have been attempted before, in order to produce the desired outcome.

Looking for a Career in IT?

If you are looking for ways to help make your soft skills shine, the professionals at Resolution Technologies are here to help.  With a focus in technical staffing, we understand what current employers are looking for beyond the basic hard skills in the job descriptions.  Contact Resolution Technologies Today!

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Unlocking Productivity: 2 Keys to Motivating Your IT Team

Keeping your IT team motivated requires dedication.  It is often easy to ignore the need to encourage employees when times are good, and it can be difficult to figure out the best way to help them rally after a setback.  In order to provide your team with the support and direction they require, consider these two key areas when determining how best to motivate your team.

Allow the Positive to Envelop the Challenges

Regardless of the overall success of a project, there are always some positive takeaways that should be acknowledged.  In cases where things met or exceeded expectations, taking time to review what efforts made the project a success, and how they can be implemented for future projects, not only demonstrates to the team you are aware of their efforts, but also you want to help them continue moving in a positive direction.

If a project was not entirely successful, reviewing the things that did go right will find the positives in a situation that may otherwise feel quite negative.  Once the positives are highlighted, work with the team to develop constructive feedback on any needed improvements.  Avoid placing blame unnecessarily. Instead, use it as an opportunity for growth and encouragement.  Follow up any critical assessments by reaffirming the positive occurrences to show , though there may be room to improve next time, the team still provided value through their efforts.

In the end, successes should always be acknowledged, and even celebrated when the situation calls for it.  Recognizing hard work and providing praise can go a long way to keeping your team working with the same dedication you have come to expect.

Listen With Intent

While most people understand the value of listening to your team, listening involves much more than simply not speaking.  When you are soliciting feedback and input, take the time to understand what your team values as well as what they find frustrating.

Employees who feel aligned with the mission or goals of a business are more likely to remain engaged in their work.  By learning what your team sees as intrinsically important within your business’s activities, you can help them connect their work with those key points.

By being open to hearing about their frustrations, you can come to understand what about the work, or the environment, may be preventing them from performing to their full potential.  An employee may feel additional training opportunities would allow them to more comfortably perform certain necessary duties, or cross-training would allow the team to better understand one another’s functions while also being available to provide support.

Some team members may express they feel overworked or under an undue amount of pressure, while others may feel they are not being fully utilized by the company.  As you learn about what the team values, as well as the individuals within it, make adjustments to allow each employee to thrive based on their needs and preferences.

Further, encourage them to recommend their own solutions to any expressed frustrations.  By being asked to share their ideal scenario, this can motivate employees by showing you value their judgment.

Looking For Top IT Candidates?

If you are looking for additional ways in which you can motivate your team, or to begin the search for your next team member, Resolution Technologies is available to assist.  With staffing experience specifically focused on technology, we understand the challenges managers and employees face within the workplace, and can help develop a plan to bring out the best in everyone involved.  Contact Resolution Technologies today and let our experience become your experience.

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Essentials Every New IT Manager Needs

Stepping into your first IT management role can feel like walking into another world.  The position comes with a new set of roles and responsibilities that are well removed from the day-to-day tasks of an IT professional.  If you want to prepare to take your seat at the management table, here are some management essentials every new IT manager should possess.

Be Technically Competent

If you are going to lead a team of IT professionals, it is critical that you have a working understanding of their various skill sets and areas of expertise.  While you may not need to be able to perform every task that is assigned to each team member, you should have a fundamental understanding of every key piece of software, primary operating platforms, and other critical technology-based solutions that are being created, used, or supported by your team.

Be Able Take Charge and Lead Well

Whether you are taking a promotion within your current leadership structure or are beginning with a new company, be prepared to assert yourself in the role.  This includes effectively communicating your expectations to your new team, as well as serving as their representative in larger leadership gatherings.

As an IT manager, you function as a go-between in regards to your team and other nontechnical areas of the business.  You have to make sure other business areas understand what it takes to meet certain technical expectations, as well as be realistic about what is or is not possible based on your current resources.  At times, this requires being able to express highly technical information in a way that is easily understood by those without an IT background, as this helps ensure business-wide comprehension.

Be a Problem Solver and Negotiator

Regardless of the skills brought by your and the members of your team, issues will inevitably arise.  Whether it is based on a technical error or unexpected incompatibility, or a project goal that cannot be realistically met, you will need to work with both the members of your team as well as members of management in order to craft realistic solutions to problems as they come to pass, or before they are fully realized.

Functioning as a problem solver requires being informed of the current progress of any projects, as well as keeping abreast of any barriers your team may be concerned about when it comes to a project’s success.  As a negotiator, you have to work with the business as a whole to keep expectations reasonable, especially if changes are being requested on a project that is already in progress.

Be Authoritative

As an IT leader, it will be your responsibility to make sure project information is accurate when it is gathered, and you will also be the primary voice to stand up against unnecessary scope creep.  You will need to assess any changes in costs, both financial as well as those associated with the anticipated shifts to deadlines, in order to articulate how seemingly simple requests can have large-scale implications.

Looking to Advance Your Career in the IT field?

While taking your first IT management position can seem overwhelming, by focusing on the key areas above, you can begin by presenting your best self.  If you are looking for additional information on working as a leader within your workplace, or would like assistance acquiring your first hire, contact Resolution Technologies today.

 

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Hot Jobs: Week of August 29

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This week, we’re featuring positions in the Atlanta area for our “Hot Jobs of the Week” spotlight. If you see a job that interests you and fits your skills and expertise, click the links below to learn more about the position and apply.

  • Windows Engineer– Atlanta, GA
    • Responsible for designing, administering, installing, configuring, and maintaining operating systems and related software, diagnosing hardware and software problems and recommending solutions, and administering multiple computer operating systems, software and security
    • Must have experience working in a Systems Engineering role, experience with Windows 2000, 2003, 2008, 2012, and experience with VMware
  • Citrix Engineer– Atlanta, GA
    • Responsible for designing, building, and supporting virtual solutions within Citrix, providing coordination and architecture design of SCCM current and future versions, troubleshooting network connectivity in a LAN/WAN environment, and monitoring and responding to system alerts
    • 3–5 years experience supporting a Citrix XEN App/Desktop environment, with strong communication skills, executive presence and humility, someone who takes direction well
  • Sr. UNIX Engineer– Norcross, GA
    • Responsible for performing UNIX system administration and configuration tasks, such as DNS, sendmail, and other server services, working independently to complete assigned tasks without supervision, and creating documented procedures for new system administration task
    • Experience working in environments with Solaris, AIX, Red Hat Linux, or HP-UX, experience working with Blade servers (HP C7000, Virtual connect for HP-UX and Linux H/W or SUN V-series, T4 servers), and experience with any virtualization technology (VMware, LDOMS, HP-IVM, HP VSE)
  • Web Developer– Atlanta, GA
    • Responsible for adding features to the React/Node.JS web application, architecting and building an internal tools portal to streamline operations, collaborating on technical challenges, and helping develop workflow processes
    • Professional experience working as a web developer, experience with JavaScript, experience with scripting (Ruby on Rails or Python or Groovy or PHP), and experience with Agile development practices
  • iOS Mobile Application Developer– Atlanta, GA
    • Responsible for maintaining and building new features for the native iOS application in SWIFT, automating the building process for iOS applications, collaborating on technical challenges, and developing workflow processes
    • iOS development experience, and experience with Ruby on Rails

Here at Resolution Technologies, we understand that serving our clients and consultants is what matters most and promise to never lose sight of that! We take the time to understand your individual needs through face-to-face interaction and strive to always make sure your objectives are met. Resolution Technologies is a full-service Information Technology Staffing firm offering flexible solutions for our clients ranging from contract, contract-to-perm, and direct perm placements. Whatever your needs are, we promise to provide unrivaled quality and service. 

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Hot Jobs: Week of August 22

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This week, we’re featuring positions in Atlanta, Nashville, and Herndon for our “Hot Jobs of the Week” spotlight. If you see a job that interests you and fits your skills and expertise, click the links below to learn more about the position and apply.

  • Java Developer– Nashville, TN
    • Responsible for translating user requirements into well-defined software, developing and maintaining customer software applications in support of business needs, following approved software development life cycle, and mentoring other developers
    • 5+ years professional experience as a Java developer, experience with web-based Java development, experience with open-source frameworks (Spring, Hibernate) and experience with versioning and revision control systems (Subversion)
  • Linux System Architect– Herndon, VA
    • Responsible for building and maintaining new platform system infrastructure, and providing support for large server environment maintaining system standardization, security, software, and performance
    • Experience as an architect or lead designer on a high-volume, scalable system, experience with scripting languages (Shell scripts/Perl/PHP/Python/lua)
  • Linux System Engineer– Herndon, VA
    • Responsible for building and maintaining new platform system infrastructure, and developing support and system tools to help automate administration and support tasks
    • Proficient in various flavors of Linux, in-depth knowledge of Linux, Apache/Nginx, and SAN/NAS, databases, network and security
  • Skype for Business Engineer-Atlanta, GA
    • Responsible for maintaining and supporting the current Skype for Business/Lync environment, acting as SME and point of escalation for Lync/Skype for Business, and making HLD and LLD for Lync
    • Data, voice, and messaging experience with Lync 2010/2013, experience utilizing Lync as a PBX replacement, and experience setting up Standard and Enterprise edition of Lync (2010, 2013)
  • Lead SQL Server DBA -Atlanta, GA
    • Responsible for implementing and maintaining RDBMS structures to support business needs and application development, utilizing strong communications and prioritization skills, and coordinating, reviewing, analyzing and approving the physical database requirements
    • 5+ years experience with SQL Server 2000/2005/2008/2012, experience as a lead DBA, OLTP, transaction processing, or payment experience, and experience with Great Plains

Here at Resolution Technologies, we understand that serving our clients and consultants is what matters most and promise to never lose sight of that! We take the time to understand your individual needs through face-to-face interaction and strive to always make sure your objectives are met. Resolution Technologies is a full-service Information Technology Staffing firm offering flexible solutions for our clients ranging from contract, contract-to-perm, and direct perm placements. Whatever your needs are, we promise to provide unrivaled quality and service. 

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Hot Jobs: Week of August 1st

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This week, we’re featuring positions in Atlanta and Nashville for our “Hot Jobs of the Week” spotlight. If you see a job that interests you and fits your skills and expertise, click the links below to learn more about the position and apply.

  • HR Recruiter-Atlanta, GA
    • Responsible for finding candidates for open positions, reviewing and interviewing applicants, utilizing online recruiting sources and researching new ways of using technology for recruitment
    • 2+ years experience recruiting in a fast-paced environment, experience with assessment tools, knowledge of Behavioral, Situational and/or Competency Based interviewing techniques, and PHR/AIRS certifications
  • Java Developer– Nashville, TN
    • Responsible for developing/maintaining custom software applications, following approved software development life cycle, mentor and train other developers, and provide technical leadership
    • 5+ years professional work experience as a Java developer, experience with web-based Java development, experience with open-source frameworks (Spring, Hibernate), experience with build automation tools (Maven) and experience with Integrated Development Environments (Eclipse)
  • Skype for Business Engineer– Atlanta, GA
    • Responsible for updating, installing, configuring, designing and migrating to Lync with Skye for Business 2015, and supporting, optimizing and maintaining the Microsoft Lync 2013 infrastructure with high availability
    • Experience in Lync with Skype for Business with full voice and video integration, experience utilizing Lync as a PBX replacement, and experience in setting up Standard and Enterprise edition of Lync (2010, 2013)
  • ETL Engineer– Nashville, TN
    • Responsible for creating, developing, modifying and maintaining internal and external facing databases as part of an Agile/SCRUM engineering team, providing full life cycle support, and exploring new technologies
    • 6+ years of BI or ETL engineering experience, 3+ years experience with SQL Server BI reporting tools and complex query development (SQL, SSIS, SSRS, SSAS), 2+ years development application experience
  • Lead SQL Server DBA– Atlanta, GA
    • Responsible for implementing and maintaining RDBMS structures to support business needs, coordinating, reviewing, analyzing and approving the physical requirements of databases
    • 5+ years experience with SQL Server 2000/2005/2008/2012, experience as a Lead DBA, experience with systems development methodologies, experience with the design, creation and maintenance of database structures

Here at Resolution Technologies, we understand that serving our clients and consultants is what matters most and promise to never lose sight of that! We take the time to understand your individual needs through face-to-face interaction and strive to always make sure your objectives are met. Resolution Technologies is a full-service Information Technology Staffing firm offering flexible solutions for our clients ranging from contract, contract-to-perm, and direct perm placements. Whatever your needs are, we promise to provide unrivaled quality and service. 

Nataly in Rio

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How does an Olympic soccer player feel about competing in Rio de Janeiro this year? Our marketing intern, Heather, got to pick Nataly’s brain again to find out. This time, she asked Nataly’s opinion about Rio, how she gets along with her teammates and if she’s the only dual citizen on the Colombia team.

HW: Have you ever been to Rio de Janeiro before?

 NA: Nope, it will be my first time, which I’m super excited about. It was always on my bucket list to go. It’s just stunning landscape, and culturally very significant. I value the Brazilian culture, especially because Brazil is considered one of the birthplaces of our sport, so it’s always kind of a reference point for a lot of players– the style they play, the freedom with which they play and the technique– so it will be cool just to play on their soil.

HW: What are you most looking forward to about the Olympics in Rio?

NA: Just another opportunity to compete at the highest level. I think that’s the driving force for me a lot of the time. It’s just another opportunity to do something that I’ve always wanted to do and I’ve loved to do since I was four years old. There’s a different sensation when I compete or when I’m on the field, and it’s just a different drive, a different type of personality, almost. So it’s about being able to unleash in a way that I’m not able to on a day-to-day basis, and just kind of push myself to that competitive limit. It’s just more of the competition, and it’s also another opportunity to represent my country, which is the highest honor any athlete has. And to get a chance just to play with my team that’s like my family.

HW: So you’re close to your teammates?

NA: Yeah. I mean, I’m one of the older players, not just in my age but I’m also a veteran of the team. So a lot of them are coming up and getting experience under their belt and need a little bit of a guiding force. I feel like that’s my responsibility a little bit. So yeah, they’re just kind of like my little sisters. Not all of them, some of them are around my age group and we feel like we’re in the same life phases. But as a team we are in some different phases of life so that’s always kind of fun to experience, and also a little challenging.

HW: How often do you see your teammates?

NA: Only for camp and when we’re competing.

HW: Are you the only one on your team who doesn’t live in Colombia?

NA: No, I am one of three, I think. The other two live in Florida, one in West Palm Beach and one in Boca. So they live pretty close to each other and they train together. One of them is a goalkeeper and the other is a defender. For these two tournaments, the World Cup and the Olympics, there are three of us. For the last cycle– the last World Cup and Olympics– I was the only one, the only American and Colombian dual citizen.


Here at Resolution Technologies, we understand that serving our clients and consultants is what matters most and promise to never lose sight of that! We take the time to understand your individual needs through face-to-face interaction and strive to always make sure your objectives are met. Resolution Technologies is a full-service Information Technology Staffing firm offering flexible solutions for our clients ranging from contract, contract-to-perm, and direct perm placements. Whatever your needs are, we promise to provide unrivaled quality and service.

 

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Hot Jobs: Week of July 25

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This week, we’re featuring positions in Atlanta and Nashville for our “Hot Jobs of the Week” spotlight. If you see a job that interests you and fits your skills and expertise, click the links below to learn more about the position and apply.

  • Java Developer­­­— Nashville, TN
    • Responsible for developing and maintaining custom software applications, following approved software development life cycle, and providing leadership and training for other developers
    • 5+ years experience as a Java Developer, experience with web-based Java development, open-source frameworks (Spring, Hibernate), versioning and revision control systems (Subversion) and Integrated Development Environments (Eclipse)
  • Skype for Business Engineer— Atlanta, GA
    • Responsible for upgrading, installing, configuring, designing and migrating to Lync with Skype for Business 2015, making HLD and LLD for Lync, utilizing Lync as a PBX replacement and acting as a SME for Lync/Skype for Business
    • Data, voice and messaging experience with Lync 2010/2013, supporting, optimizing and maintaining Lync 2013 infrastructure, and setting up Standard and Enterprise edition of Lync (2010, 2013)
  • ETL Engineer— Nashville, TN
    • Responsible for creating, developing, modifying and maintaining internal and external facing database applications, providing full product life cycle support, exploring new development techniques and mentoring junior engineers
    • 6+ years BI or ETL engineering experience, 3+ years experience with SQL server BI reporting tools and complex query development (SQL, SSIS, SSRS, SSAS), 2+ years database application development experience
  • Lead SQL Server DBA— Atlanta, GA
    • Responsible for implementing and maintaining RDBMS structures, coordinating, reviewing, analyzing and approving the physical database requirements
    • 5+ years experience with SQL server 2000/2005/2008/2012, with systems development methodologies, with the design, creation and maintenance of database structures, with the development and revision of database standards and experience as a Lead DBA

Here at Resolution Technologies, we understand that serving our clients and consultants is what matters most and promise to never lose sight of that! We take the time to understand your individual needs through face-to-face interaction and strive to always make sure your objectives are met. Resolution Technologies is a full-service Information Technology Staffing firm offering flexible solutions for our clients ranging from contract, contract-to-perm, and direct perm placements. Whatever your needs are, we promise to provide unrivaled quality and service. 

Nataly Goes to the Olympics

Nataly Blog 1Our Human Resources Manager and Colombia women’s soccer player, Nataly Arias, is competing in the Olympics this year in Rio de Janeiro! Heather, our marketing intern, got to sit down with Nataly and talk to her about her experience with the Olympics, and how it compares to the World Cup.

H: Will this be your first Olympics?

NA: No it won’t, I competed in the London Olympics in 2012.

H: How was it?

NA: It was…. I hate to sound cliché, because we end up saying kind of the same thing most of the time, but it was an incredible experience. It was what I had always dreamt of as a kid; getting to meet so many people from other parts of the world and different walks of life, other disciples, other sports and seeing how they train. It’s just a very humbling experience and it fills you with a lot of gratitude and appreciation for what you’ve accomplished. It’s also kind of like the most exclusive club in the world, because not many people reach that pinnacle of their discipline or of their sport.

H: How many World Cups have you competed in?

NA: Two. The World Cup in 2011 in Germany, and then the last one in 2015 in Canada.

H: You competed in the World Cup last year. How does the World Cup compare to the Olympics?

 NA: I grew up, in the purest sense, just a diehard football fan. I loved South American and European soccer. Obviously, when I was a kid the MLS (Major League Soccer) launched, but I was about eight or nine, so those early, early years were about watching abroad. The World Cup was always the pinnacle for me, and as a girl I always thought “I’m gonna do that.” Even though there wasn’t a platform– well there was, but it was much smaller at the time– I was convinced. I thought, “well then, I’ll make a boys’ team.” I wanted to figure out a way to play in a World Cup because to me, the World Cup was the pinnacle.

The World Cup is a little bit higher for me just because for our sport, it’s the top. But the Olympics is the Olympics. I mean, for other sports it is the only thing that these people train for– years and years of their lives for 10 seconds. I grew up a fan of other sports; I loved watching the Olympics, especially the track and field events and the gymnastics– things that I didn’t play. The 1996 Olympics was a huge moment for me, which is really cool that it was in Atlanta. I didn’t get to attend, but I just remember it being really engrained in my head– particularly the opening ceremonies and Muhammad Ali. That was the first time women’s soccer was in an Olympics, and that team’s poster­–for the U.S. women– was in my room for many years. I thought, “One day I’m going to compete in the Olympic games.” It was something else introduced into the women’s football platform: first the World Cup, then you could also compete in an Olympics, then you could compete in Pan American games and now you can do all these Olympic-style events and get a medal. Growing up, I didn’t think that was an option. It wasn’t at the time. But when it became one it was like, “Everyone works their entire lives to get a medal; I want one, too.”

 

We’ll be checking in with Nataly periodically to see what she’s looking forward to most about going to Rio, what her training schedule will be like, and which teams she’s most excited to compete against. Make sure to follow us on social media to keep up with her story! And check out our interview with her last year, before the World Cup, here.


Here at Resolution Technologies, we understand that serving our clients and consultants is what matters most and promise to never lose sight of that! We take the time to understand your individual needs through face-to-face interaction and strive to always make sure your objectives are met. Resolution Technologies is a full-service Information Technology Staffing firm offering flexible solutions for our clients ranging from contract, contract-to-perm, and direct perm placements. Whatever your needs are, we promise to provide unrivaled quality and service.