Talent news stories
Ricoh and NZ tech company Tether initiate new reseller partnership
A new reseller partnership between Ricoh and NZ tech company Tether will focus on monitoring, hybrid work and air quality solutions.
JobAdder reveals reality of 'the great resignation'
The reports together highlight the impact of 'the great resignation' and worsening candidate shortages - reflecting a tight talent market.
Microsoft and AustCyber tackle cybersecurity skills shortage
Microsoft has partnered with AustCyber and other education and training providers to offer a credible alternative pathway to enter the cybersecurity industry.
Your tools, your choice: why allow employees to choose their own devices?
Jamf Australia says giving your team the freedom to work with their digital device of choice could help to attract and retain top talent in a tight labour market.
Globalization Partners to improve global talent hire
Globalization Partners says the global availability of its services will make it fast and simple for companies to hire and pay anyone, anywhere in the world.
Skills shortages hold orgs back from capitalising on cloud 2.0
Organisations are becoming more comfortable with sophisticated 'cloud 2.0' technologies, even as they confront difficulties in hiring and retaining IT talent.
Clear Dynamics closes $35M funding round, invests in global growth
The funding is a major milestone and speaks to Clear Dynamics’ vision for AI-enabled ‘composable’ enterprise software, the company states.
Talent wins the Gallup Exceptional Workplace Award
Talent has been named a recipient of Gallup's global Top 40 Exceptional Workplace Awards for the fourth year in a row.
Skillsoft adds new capability to immersive learning platform
The capability enables organisations to determine their learners’ proficiency across in-demand technology, leadership and business skills.
Xero opens new Melbourne HQ to help drive tech talent
Xero has opened a new Melbourne headquarters in a bid to attract and retain tech talent locally.
Ivanti study reveals employee sentiments about future of work
Focusing on technologies that improve employee and IT experiences is critical for ‘future of work’ success and retaining talent.
JobAdder reveals how COVID-19 has impacted recruitment
"This report demonstrates the year-on-year differences the pandemic has made to the talent acquisition and recruitment sector."
Tech salaries on the rise while demand for data analytics, Python and cybersecurity skills remain high
Tech salaries are increasing 15-30% on average globally, while the ability to work from home is a non-negotiable for most.
Workday helping retail brands drive transformation
Workday has announced continued momentum within the retail industry.
Men more likely than woman to join a tech start up - study
"With the pandemic creating a new wave of entrepreneurism and the launch of exciting startups, now is the time for these companies to be ambitious and attract tech talent to their organisations."
2021 global salary guide: Cybersecurity, data analytics professionals in high demand
"Technology has been one of the most successful sectors throughout 2020 and that looks set to continue for the foreseeable future.”
Kiwi company creates cross-company collaboration app
FutureWork Studio has developed Hive, an app which creates an internal talent marketplace within an organisation.
Isolation and mental health lead concerns about employees during COVID-19
"This is a reassuring indication that the value of people is being recognised and their health given the highest priority."
Australian businesses lead the way with AI, edge computing and IoT
“Australian businesses are once again showing why we are a leader in innovation. They relish new technologies and are adept at leveraging them to improve services for customers, staff and the wider community."
Talent acquires Kiwi IT recruitment company
The global IT recruitment specialists have bought ManpowerGroup NZ’s IT business, Experis.