UK technology industry in mental health crisis – report
The UK''s technology industry is reaching critical levels of burnout due to skills shortages and failed digital transformation ambitions.
Australian execs anticipate significant workforce reskilling as they adopt AI
While employees rank impactful work as a top attribute they care about, executives say it’s one of the least important factors to their teams.
Remote’s new platform to help manage human resources globally
Remote's Global HR Platform aims to solve the entire end-to-end process of hiring, managing, and paying people worldwide.
Salesforce ecosystem, powered by AI, to create 11 million jobs
Salesforce's partner ecosystem will create a net gain between 2022 and 2028 of more than $2 trillion in business revenues and 11.6 million jobs.
Trustwave wins Employer of Choice in Australian Business Awards
"This underscores the cultural transformation we have undertaken, built around the fundamental concepts of transparency, respect and continuous improvement."
Digital divide could mean early retirement for Kiwi businesses
A changing of the guard is gaining pace with the rise of 'younger' decision makers who rely on digital media to network, job hunt and inform decisions.
NZ tech sector using the office the least as NZ embraces hybrid working
A new survey of New Zealand office occupiers has proven that the tech sector's love of working from home is still very much alive and well.
One in five NZ businesses say quiet quitting is taking place
Quiet quitting describes employees who opt out of tasks beyond their assigned role and become generally less invested in their work.
Labour shortages are continuing to ease in Australia
Companies are hiring fewer casuals than they were compared with June 2022, with the average business posting 9% less shifts year-on-year.
Weekday secures $2.2m funding, tackles gap in hiring tech teams
Weekday says it promises to do what LinkedIn should have been for recruiters with its peer-group references platform.
Alternative employment pathways critical to tech sector
Creating new career pathways for 1.1 million Australians could help build the nation's tech workforce of the future, a new report has found.
Artificial intelligence seen as key labour shortage solution
"The efforts towards workforce transformation that organisations have already made are remarkable, but more opportunities abound."
Half of small biz HRs are worried about losing their job to AI
Almost half of HR leaders are worried AI will take their jobs, but 76% say it streamlines workflows and makes their job easier.
G-P updates innovative Meridian Suite with fintech
G-P has enhanced the G-P Meridian Suite with the latest innovations to make global growth accessible to all organisations.
Australians most nervous globally about AI – report
Less than half of the nation trusts artificial intelligence, while only around 40% are excited about the AI revolution
How employers' digital experience moves potential new hires
It’s critical that employers make a good first impression on potential hires. And in most cases, it means delivering a seamless and engaging digital experience.
The global employment crisis in the technology sector
Findings from a global report titled ‘Launching a Tech Hire Revolution’ reveal the employment issues faced across the global and Australian tech industries.
CIOs look to increase IT headcount in 2023 – Gartner
"While many may have more budget, they also have inflation pressures and the need to justify the value of investments, making hiring more difficult.”
Rise in Generative AI sees professionals future-proof careers
Nearly all L&D professionals are taking action by developing soft skills, building professional networks and upskilling in other technical areas.
Employees seek a competitive edge with micro-credentials
According to research from D2L, more employees seek to gain a competitive edge by upskilling with micro-credentials.
Remote, flexible work most in-demand non-financial benefit
"When organisations are under pressure to reduce costs, offering benefits that require little additional investment is a simple way to keep teams motivated.”
G-P launches new employment services, Meridian Suite
G-P, the specialist in global employment compliance, has unveiled its vision for global growth technology, a new category that will move the EOR industry into a new phase.
Australia on track to deliver 1.2 million tech workers
A new report from the Tech Council of Australia (TCA) reveals Australia is on course to meet the Government’s goal of 1.2 million tech jobs by 2030.
New Zealand workers face highest burnout levels in the world
Workload expectations were a major driver behind employee burnout, followed by expectations for employees to always be online at home.