Cybersecurity company Virsec has announced four executive appointments to help lead the company through its next growth phase.
The number of new jobs on offer to Australian executives increased in July despite the severe and continuing lockdown in New South Wales and occasionally other states, according to a new report from human resources firm EL Consult.
The Ericsson Unboxed virtual is on next week, offering live demonstrations of the latest 5G innovations, market research and case studies.
Executive job creation in Australia has slowed right down - with the IT sector dropping into negative territory - since the beginning of the pandemic, but things are “not that bad and certainly not as woeful” as it is for skilled and semi-skilled workers, according to executive search firm EL Consult.
Employment demands for Australian executives are at historically low levels despite a rise of 14% in demand for August, as advertising for executive positions continues to rise post lockdown and “cracks appear” in the working from home alternative, according to a new report from the chief of executive search firm EL Consult, Grant Montgomery.
Three quarters of Australian executives acknowledge collaboration between humans and machines will be critical to innovation in the future – but only one-third are currently using human-centric design - according to a new technology report from management consulting and professional services firm Accenture.
Australian executives believe 5G will benefit society as a whole, not just smartphone users, according to new research that reveals businesses also believe 5G will be the “most revolutionary” network development, and create new opportunities for monetisation of the technology.
Telstra is cutting an additional 280 jobs as it continues culling its workforce as part of the program announced in 2018 that it would effect a net reduction of 8000 employees and contractors by 2022 - and reduce two to four layers of management, with one in four executive and middle management roles to go.
Executive employment in Australia is in a “golden age”, according to one search firm which reveals an increase of 15% in demand for executives in August – with IT executive demand second only to the management sector.
There are signs Australia’s “booming economy" might be hitting a flat spot, according to recruitment firm EL Consult, which says its executive demand index for October showed the Information Technology sector was the smallest supplier of executive-level jobs for the month.
Ericsson has announced three changes to its executive team, shaking things up with two executive vice-presidential departures and one new appointment.
Australia’s ICT sector continues to offer little short-term hope for job-seeking executives with a new report on executive employment revealing that the jobs index lost 5% in June after a 6% retraction in May.
The ICT sector has streaked ahead of all other business and industry sectors in April, with demand for executives in the sector rising by 33% – a third straight quarter of gains.
Employment demand for executives in the ICT industry has risen for the second consecutive month as demand across all business and industry sectors increased by 17%, according to the latest EL Consult Index.
Australia’s top business and industry executives are more upbeat about the prospects for future global economic growth than their global counterparts, despite experiencing flat or negative growth over the past three years, according to new research from professional services firm KPMG.
Australia’s IT industry is one of the worst business sectors when it comes to employing women, particularly at executive management level, with just 14% of women in the top positions.
Demand for executives in the ICT sector declined slightly in March compared to February as national demand across all industry sectors fell by 2%, with executive search firm EL Consult cautioning that Australia’s economy faces some “mild headwinds”.
The IT sector has been falling by the wayside in the executive demand stakes over recent times, with demand for execs falling in December and now January.
The employment outlook for senior executives in the IT sector remains uncertain as the 2016 business year gets into stride.
The year ahead is looking promising for ICT executives on the market for a new job or looking to reboot their career, with the latest executive demand index showing the sector has significantly reversed previous declines in demand.
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