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Wednesday, 26 January 2022 01:28

Digital gap divides deskless workers

GUEST RESEARCH by Cloud Assess: Despite the growing reliance on digital for most workers, a recent study has found that a large percentage of essential “deskless” employees receive little technology support and feel disconnected from their employers.

Published in Guest Research

GUEST INTERVIEW: Juniper's quest to uncover exceptionally advanced, AI-powered wired and Wi-Fi connectivity is reaping rich rewards for enterprises, universities and organisations, with Dartmouth College an excellent example, as Juniper is set to speak at QUESTnet 2021 at QUT, Nov 29 to Dec 1.

Published in Guest Interviews

GUEST INTERVIEW: Juniper's quest to uncover exceptionally advanced, AI-powered wired and Wi-Fi connectivity is reaping rich rewards for enterprises, universities and organisations, with Dartmouth College an excellent example, as Juniper is set to speak at QUESTnet 2021 at QUT, Nov 29 to Dec 1.

Published in Networking

GUEST INTERVIEW: Just as security is now built into products, services and businesses from the ground up, so too should important legal issues be considered when starting a business, employing staff, dealing with data, IP, working form home, data breaches, staff who leave and much, much more, as lawyer Nicholas Stewart explains.

Published in Guest Interviews

GUEST INTERVIEW: Just as security is now built into products, services and businesses from the ground up, so too should important legal issues be considered when starting a business, employing staff, dealing with data, IP, working form home, data breaches, staff who leave and much, much more, as lawyer Nicholas Stewart explains.

Published in Business IT

GUEST INTERVIEW: Gerhard Schweinitz, is the APAC Head of Talent at Contino, the global enterprise digital transformation consultancy, and he joined iTWireTV to discuss the company, its successes, how to retain top tech talent and plenty more.

Published in IT People

GUEST INTERVIEW: Gerhard Schweinitz, is the APAC Head of Talent at Contino, the global enterprise digital transformation consultancy, and he joined iTWireTV to discuss the company, its successes, how to retain top tech talent and plenty more.

Published in Guest Interviews

Australian employees are working longer hours, feeling more pressure to be ‘always on’ and are more likely to switch jobs than most global regions, according to new research from Adobe.

Published in Enterprise Staff

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

With the Communications Workers Union (CWU) calling for a National Senate Inquiry into what it calls the "shambolic NBN network", over 100 subcontractors arrived outside the NBN Co North Sydney office to "protest against the NBN Co's shambolic management and pyramid contracting scheme that's leaving workers struggling to make ends meet."

Published in Telecoms & NBN

talentCRU: it's a truly talented crew of top workers in teams of 'tribes', ready to tackle any tech task, in what is a thoroughly modern and impressive working stye that truly takes into account the modern work/life balance while being fully compatible with the post COVID-19 reality of on-demand WFH.

Published in Business IT

Working from home – but how hard? Helping remote employees connect more effectively is a great way to improve productivity

GUEST OPINION by Brendan Maree, Vice President Asia Pacific, 8x8: So, how’s that remote working experiment working out for your business? It’s been a year now since the onset of the COVID crisis forced Australian businesses and organisations to shutter their offices and send employees home. In April and May of last year, almost a third of Australians workers were toiling in their home offices, according to Roy Morgan research.

Published in Guest Opinion

The union that represents workers and contractors at NBN Co has described as "appalling" the fact that three-quarters of the staff are senior employees who earn six-figure salaries, while hundreds of jobs at base levels have been slashed.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

More than 604,000 private sector jobs have been “destroyed” since lockdowns were introduced in March while 14,000 jobs have been added to the public sector, according to the Institute of Public Affairs.

Published in Recruitment

Upskilling workers with vital innovation capabilities is key for the future employment landscape, according to a study by Flinders University Professor Giselle Rampersad which also found that for workers of the future to thrive with robots and artificial intelligence, they will need to learn innovation through strong Worker Integrated Learning programs.

Published in Education

The Australian Greens have called on the Federal Government to attach conditions to any bailout money given to airlines to provide the financial support necessary to pay all workers, rather than allowing Qantas and Virgin to stand down workers without compensation.

Published in Strategy

The jobs of the future are highly technology intensive and the combined effort of governments and international organisations must pick up pace to upgrade workers’ skills, according to one economic research analyst at analytics firm GlobalData.

Published in Enterprise Staff
Wednesday, 10 April 2019 04:29

Telstra workers set to stage second strike today

Telstra workers across Australia will walk off the job on Wednesday (today) following what they claim is the company's continued refusal to provide them with fair pay and conditions.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Australian employees grow increasingly frustrated with workplaces that expect them to work with outdated, slow and complex technology, according to one analyst firm which says organisations must find a way to address the needs of modern workers.

Published in Market

More than half of Australian workers (55%) would exchange their work-related data for more-customised compensation, rewards and benefits, and 58% of Australian workers would do so for more customised learning and development opportunities, according to a new report from a global management firm.

Published in Data
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