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Cloud-based HR, payroll, expense management and rostering & attendance software provider ELMO has released a new product which it claims will allow managers and people leaders to streamline their people management requirements and “fight back against the war for talent”.

Published in Recruitment

As the pool of skilled talent diminishes in the Australian market, organisations cannot afford to take a misstep in their talent strategy, according to new independent research by one recruitment firm revealing that the impact of a bad hire is more damaging and costly today than it was a year ago.

Published in Recruitment

As digital transformation reshapes the labour market and Australian businesses face a deepening skills shortage, new research reveals the impact demand for digital skills is having on job prospects and earning potential for employees across finance and accounting, technology, business support and marketing.

Published in Recruitment

Three in five Australian workers are open to their employer mandating COVID-19 vaccinations in the workplace, according to the June quarter Employee Sentiment Index (ESI) from cloud-based HR provider Elmo Software.

Published in Health

A survey conducted by Unisys reveals that while leaders and employees agree that hybrid working is more productive, they feel it is not aligned on what is required to achieve it.

Published in Business IT

Seventy three percent of Australian CIOs plan to extend salary increases to their tech employees in 2021, according to a new salary guide from one recruiting firm.

Published in Recruitment

The impact of the COVID 19 pandemic has resulted in just over half, or 51% of professionals who have been working remotely, not yet feeling safe and happy to return to their co-located workplace, according to a new survey.

Published in Health

Global process management and automation vendor Nintex has developed a free, downloadable workflow automation solution which it says is helping Melbourne-based employers and employees to safely and legally fast track their participation in the recent Victorian Worker Permit Scheme, during COVID-19 stage four restrictions.

Published in Health

A new video service, that lets people create their own CVs in order to search for jobs, says it will be offering free service to those who have lost their jobs during the coronavirus pandemic.

Published in Recruitment

Analytics provider SAS is now actively promoting its online ‘Certified Young Professionals’ program in Australia and New Zealand, coinciding with what is says is recognition that a lot of young people leaving tertiary education will be “challenged for employment opportunities” while COVID-19 is around.

Published in Education
Friday, 29 May 2020 16:46

Breaches are Inevitable

How do You Detect and Respond to Them?

GUEST OPINION By Louis Tague, Vice President, Australia and New Zealand, FireEye: As efforts to adjust to the “new normal” are forcing huge portions of Australians into remote working and outside the relative safety of their employers’ corporate networks, cyber risks have become top-of-mind even for employees who don’t work within security.

Friday, 29 May 2020 16:21

Breaches are Inevitable

How do You Detect and Respond to Them?

GUEST OPINION By Louis Tague, Vice President, Australia and New Zealand, FireEye: As efforts to adjust to the “new normal” are forcing huge portions of Australians into remote working and outside the relative safety of their employers’ corporate networks, cyber risks have become top-of-mind even for employees who don’t work within security.

Published in Security

Employees in Australia’s IT industry are the most likely in the nation to ask for a salary increase in 2020, with three in every four (75%) planning to request a pay rise this year, according to a new report which also found a lack of satisfaction by IT workers with their current salaries.

Published in Enterprise Staff

Concerns over the growing digital skills gap in Australia’s workforce have been revealed in a new study that found that 88% of employers find it hard to get employees with the skills they need.

Published in Enterprise Staff
Wednesday, 08 January 2020 15:16

The rise of the ‘hybrid job’

PAXUS: The most in demand and highest paying jobs of the future will likely be hybridised, requiring those that fill them to possess skills across multiple disciplines, according to recent research by Burning Glass Technologies (Burning Glass).

Wednesday, 08 January 2020 15:01

The rise of the ‘hybrid job’

SPONSORED NEWS: The most in demand and highest paying jobs of the future will likely be hybridised, requiring those that fill them to possess skills across multiple disciplines, according to recent research by Burning Glass Technologies (Burning Glass).

Published in Enterprise Staff

A degree may no longer be enough in the eyes of an employer as organisations prioritise technical and soft skills to further their business transformation goals, according to new research which reveals that hiring managers forecast it will be more challenging to find qualified professionals in the coming five years - despite 68% of the Australian population holding a qualification.

Published in Recruitment
Tuesday, 15 October 2019 16:55

Swinburne, IBM team up to deliver AI study course

Swinburne University has partnered with IBM Research Australia to deliver a unit on artificial intelligence (AI) as part of Australia’s first Master of Financial Technologies.

Published in Education

Expat Australians with technology industry experience feel Australian businesses discourage them from returning home, with many returned expats not even landing an interview for a potential role where their skills precisely match the job requirements, according to a newly published research report.

Published in Recruitment

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