Business Intelligence / BI
Digital Transformation / DX
talent attraction stories
Competitive talent markets are a technology problem
Instead of seeing the next few months as a pot-luck, data science and technology should be utilised to pick apart what exactly organisations need to grow.
Zendesk embarks on major APAC talent drive
Zendesk, a provider of customer experience and engagement software, is expanding its footprint in Asia Pacific by expanding its Singapore office.
True diversity and inclusion can solve Australia’s tech talent shortage - Halcyon Knights
“Whether through quotas or other means, improving gender diversity alone is not enough."
Increasing talent shortage in A/NZ cybersecurity market
According to new research from Hays, technical expertise is simply not enough when hiring cybersecurity personnel and businesses should be looking to upskill employees.
Retiring Baby Boomers to deepen skills shortages in NZ
As New Zealand’s Baby Boomer generation gradually retires from the workforce, their exit will create a knowledge and experience vacuum."
Digital transformation is driving a new war for executive talent
Organisations are realising that digital transformation is largely a talent issue.
Why talent attracts talent in the IT industry
Only 22% of respondents believe their entire management team is qualified to set the right tech strategy and make the right technical hires.
Creating an attractive digital workplace for young talent
As the next-generation of workers come through, how can organisations ensure their IT environment is set to attract high performing employees?
The power of data: LinkedIn launches new recruitment tool
The reports feature easy-to understand visualisations of data ready for exporting and sharing with business leaders and stakeholders.
Agilyx and Lumesse partner on talent acquisition solutions
The partnership will combine Agilyx’s expertise in business applications with Lumesse’s technologies portfolio.
Skilled tech recruits flock to Wellington after talent attraction programme
So far, 64 of the 93 tech specialists have either accepted job offers or are in discussion with Wellington employers after WREDA’s LookSee programme.