With smart phones now a given, the days of clocking off at 5pm and switching off are long gone. In a world where 24/7 connectivity is now the norm, it is important to remember to ensure balance by taking time for the things in life that make you happy.
The Finite Group national technology recruitment firm has climbed 21 places in this year’s AFR Top 500 Private Companies List after group revenues hit $402 million for the FY 2017, up significantly on the previous year.
National IT recruitment firm Finite has been named Best Technology Recruitment Firm 2017 – Australia by the UK's CV Magazine for the second year in a row.
Demand for IT professionals with security credentials and experience will dominate the tech industry jobs market over the next five years, but new research also reveals it will be increasingly difficult to recruit these professionals in a “candidate-short” market.
Australian recruitment company Talent has formed a joint venture with San Francisco-based recruitment process outsourcing provider the Coit Group to deliver recruitment solutions to the US tech and digital sector.
The Information Technology Contract & Recruitment Association (ITCRA) has committed to further work with the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) to ensure clarity for the IT recruitment industry on the newly released Australian Privacy Principles (APP) guidelines.
Global IT recruitment group, Talent International, has entered the IT services market in Australia by acquiring Western Australia IT consultancy, Agile Logic, in a move designed to diversify the company’s business model.
The ICT sector has become an employers' market as the number of job candidates for each role rises, and the demand for permanent employees collapses as CIOs select contractors to plug holes.
IT recruitment firm Ambition Technology is looking for IT professionals who are interested in moving out of selling or managing IT and into IT recruitment. But first candidates have to make the grade.
Unless you have SAP skills or cloud experience it's time to mothball any lingering hopes you may have had for a pay rise this year. The Peoplebank Salary Index for March, which is released today, shows that the pay on offer for around 50 different IT roles is pretty much flat - and it's expected to remain that way for the rest of the year.
By 2030 one in five Australians will be aged 65 and over - but they'd best not expect a job in IT&T - a sector showing signs of entrenched ageism. Wrinkles, it seems, rankle recruiters.
Findings from The IT Job Board indicate that, following England's disastrous World Cup, IT employment searches are on the increase
The musical chairs playing out in the IT recruitment game continue with former Candle CEO David Stewart reappearing at Clicks IT Recruitment and Peter Acheson being named CEO of Peoplebank Australia.
Around 650 project and programme managers are expected to descend on Melbourne this week for the Project Management Institute's (PMI) Global Congress - just as demand for IT project managers is again on the march in Australia.
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