The ICT jobs market in Australia and globally is going through a transformation with a significant shift to hybrid roles bringing formerly siloed skills such as IT, marketing and business together into one role.
The Information Technology Contract & Recruitment Association (ITCRA) has told a Victorian Inquiry into the ‘Labour Hire Industry and Insecure Work’ that contractors are the key enablers of an “effective ICT contribution” to the Victorian economy and are essential for productivity and competitive effectiveness of Victorian industry and business in general.
The Information Technology and Contract Association (ITCRA) continues steady growth in membership, with an 11% increase in new members over the past financial year.
Membership of the Information Technology and Contract Recruitment Association has grown over the past 12-months as IT recruitment firms emerge from a tough business environment over recent years.
Finding ICT contractors continues to be a challenge for recruiters, and hourly rates for both contractors and permanent employees have dipped, according to latest to the Information Technology Contract and Recruitment Association (ITCRA).
The Information Technology Contract and Recruitment Association (ITCRA) has enhanced its Business Knowledge series by including a stream of HR discussion topics in its phone and web-based HR support service 1300HRaaS.
The ICT jobs market is heating up as demand for ICT professionals grows, but the increased competition for jobs means it now takes recruiters longer to place candidates.
The Information Technology Contract and Recruitment Association (ITCRA) has ramped up its workplace health and safety program iSafe for this year on the back of expansion of the program over the past 12 months beyond the IT recruitment industry to the wider while collar professional market.
The Information Technology Contract and Recruitment Association (ITCRA) has relaunched its ‘Business Knowledge’ webinar program aimed at raising awareness of the potential business risks involved in contracting and recruiting new staff.
It’s becoming increasingly difficult for employers to find appropriately qualified ICT professionals to fill available jobs, with recruiters struggling to source talented candidates to fill vacant roles.
For the fourth year running, the Information Technology Contract & Recruitment Association (ITCRA) has received more nominations for positions on its board than there are vacancies.
The Information Technology Contract and Recruitment Association has strengthened its Certification program with a new reference checking facility.
The Information Technology & Contract Recruitment Association (ITCRA) has formed a partnership with New Zealand’s Burning Glass to facilitate deeper analysis of its SkillsMatch data.
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.
The ICT jobs market has softened in line with the overall downward business trend, according to a newly published report which notes that job shrinkage in the Australian market started way back in June last year.
The Australian Technology Contract and Recruitment Association (ITCRA) Privacy Best Practice Program has been diversified in response to market demand to ensure not only ITCRA Members have their unique needs met, but that all recruiters, service suppliers and corporate clients of the industry can benefit from the audit process in preparation for the March introduction of the Privacy Amendment (Enhancing Privacy Protection) Act 2012.
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