The Information Technology and Contract Association (ITCRA) continues steady growth in membership, with an 11% increase in new members over the past financial year.
The CEO of the Information Technology Contract & Recruitment Association (ITCRA), Jule Mills, has been named to the Staffing Industry Analysts’ Global Power 100 — Women in Staffing list.
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.
It seems the gender imbalance in the ICT industry is alive and well, with half of IT professionals in Australia believing women in the industry do not have the same career opportunities as men.
A shortage of professionals with the right IT skills to meet demand in key areas of the industry is likely to have a significant impact on Australian businesses this year.
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.
Businesses have been advised not to ignore the Christmas-New Year holiday period in their search for new employees, with a warning that it could cost them an opportunity to get ahead of their competitors.
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