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More than half of IT workers plan to change jobs in the next year
"Employers will need a well-articulated value proposition, in order to both entice people to join them, and to retain their own good talent.”
NZ IT sector looking good for recruitment
New Zealand IT sector. which has historically struggled to recruit top talent, is in good shape to recruit new employees.
IT and telecommunications' 'attractiveness' surges
IT and telecommunications now rated as the third most attractive sector for employment, putting the sector in a good position for recruiting talent.
Fight for talent heats up; flexibility key
New Absolute IT survey shows the tech staff shortage is continuing to bite - so what can you do to attract and keep talent?
Wellington IT skills drought continues
Absolute IT says IT professionals are in ‘hot demand’ in Wellington and have released a statement encoraging those with IT skills to head to the city.
Recruitment: Australia’s top employers ‘too slow to embrace mobile technology’
Social media & mobile devices have ushered in a new era of talent acquisition, providing new avenues and methods for connecting with candidates.
Wanted: Unhappy people
The latest research from SEEK reveals that almost 40% of Kiwis are actually unhappy in their jobs. That’s a lot of potential candidates.
Weirdly: First stop New Zealand, next stop the world
Weirdly is a software tool designed to help employers and potential employees in the hiring process. It has moved from inception, to beta, to launch in under a year.
Weirdly is helping recruiters find their own brand of weird
Weirdly is a Kiwi recruitment app that aims to help employers find the person who is the right fit and make the employment process easier.
Kiwi startup company takes the hassle out of headhunting
As tried and tested recruitment platforms from across the ditch try to break into the New Zealand
Video links students to the workforce, says expert
Video conferencing is assisting students to build the skills they need to enter today’s digital workforce, says Marci Powell, Global Director for Education Industry Solutions at Polycom and industry expert in the field of educational technology and telecommunications.
Digital media skills essential for 21st century workforce
New Zealand and Australian educators agree that digital media skills are essential for employability, says an Adobe study presented at this week’s 9th annual Adobe Education Leadership Forum held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Spotlight searches for New Zealand IT talent
The best and brightest IT talent in New Zealand have the opportunity to engage with global software industry innovator Atlassian.
A united nation of technologists
IT recruiters forced offshore as kiwi schools continue to send kids the wrong message about careers in ICT.
How much is your job worth?
Recruiter's annual salary summary shows which IT workers should be requesting raises, and which should be happy with what they've got.
Recruitment & retention big concerns for CIOs
Businesses investing in new technology projects, but IT bosses struggling to find the manpower to implement them.
Employers forced to choose 'next-best' candidates
ICT managers are having to make compromises in their hiring choices as salary expectations outstrip budgets.
Seek names top IT recruiters
Seek Annual Recruitment Awards (SARAs) has given IT managers an indication of which recruitment agencies jobseekers like the best.
Confidence rises among small businesses
Nearly a third of SMB owners planning to add staff before 2012: report.
Advice for 'the modern CIO'
Discussion with 11 high-profile CIOs yields interesting results.