For many years, Wall Street firms were able to offer larger salaries to their employees compared with workers in other industries, and this approach let them attract the best and the brightest. Today, however, the industry is in a different place financially, and sometimes firms aren't able to attract talent with money alone.

To recruit and retain top management and technology staff in the aftermath of the financial crisis, employee engagement and talent development are key, especially to the workers who survived the crisis and to the new millennials who are just joining the workforce. As such, firms that want to keep an edge on their competition are actively carving out specific recruitment and development programs aimed at hiring and growing the creme de la creme of IT talent. Read full story on Wall Street & Technology

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