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Workers & employers differ in 2024 business growth optimism
UK workers' confidence in business growth dampened by cost of living pressures, with 72% optimistic for 2024, compared to 89% of employers.
Financial impact of skills shortage is set to increase for Australian employers
Seven in 10 Australian employers state they expect to be negatively impacted financially by not having access to the required skills in 2023.
Cybersecurity skills top priority for AU employers in 2023
The recent high-profile cyber-attacks have put yet again the spotlight on companies security policies and programs.
We all know the value of cloud training, what happens when we don’t?
Cloud computing is evolving, but many organizations struggle to successfully migrate due to lack of skills. Training is crucial.
3 in 4 employees considering a new job in the second half of 2022
While macro-economic shifts may be dampening business confidence, worker confidence in the labour market remains strong.
New tech has a positive impact on job creation in 2020, survey reveals
Tech optimism: Aussie bosses foresee job growth from new tech in 2020, per Robert Half study.
Aussie CFOs most resistant to new tech, says research
Aussie firms face uphill tech training battle, lagging in global race for digital proficiency.
Australian CIOs turning to contract IT professionals to fill skills gap
The demand for IT contractors is on the rise in Australia as organizations embrace digital transformation, according to a new survey by Robert Half.
Retiring Baby Boomers to deepen skills shortages in NZ
Baby Boomer retirement in New Zealand creates skills shortages, with 86% of hiring managers concerned about impact on skillsets, survey finds.
NZ CFOs comment on the impact of automation
Finance professionals need to adapt their skill sets in order to face the challenges the future workplace will inevitably bring.
IT employers having to up salaries and bonuses to attract talent
Australian IT wages outpace average with a 3.3% rise as firms vie for top talent.
Govt’s HK$50b to boost IT jobs and salaries, but concerns remain
Despite the huge investment, almost all Hong Kong CIOs are concerned about the existing talent pool of IT professionals.
Australians choose better work / life balance over better pay
Nearly 85% of Australian office workers are willing to take a pay cut in exchange for better work-life balance, according to a survey by Robert Half.
Are you paying your IT employees fairly? A third feel overworked and underpaid
IT workers may be feeling overworked and underpaid, but they may have the upper hand when it comes to negotiating higher salaries.
Australian CIOs well aware of internal security risks and plan to do more
The battle of the breach continues to play out and at least 87% of Australian CIOs have experienced a breach in their own company.
Report: Education providers need to step up & help fix IT skills shortage
Australian CIOs call for education system to address widening IT skills gap, with only 3% saying it meets market demands.
Good news for IT workers - if they are looking for temp work
Australian CIOs are planning to increase temporary IT headcount by 21% over the next year, according to a report by recruiter Robert Half.
Survey shows NZ businesses adapting practices for millennials
Millennials will make up 50 percent of the global workforce by 2020 - something businesses in NZ are getting ready for.
The three IT areas that will future-proof your career
Here are the top 3 roles in IT that are predicted to create the most jobs in the coming years - did your position make the cut?.
Fierce competition for IT pros affecting hiring market
The demand and supply imbalance that has affected the IT hiring market for years will likely continue into 2016.
Wearables popularity creating jobs, according to new research
The report suggest the wearable tech space is an emerging job market, with 81% of CIOs believing wearables will happen the workplace.