Employment stories - Page 2
Weekday secures $2.2m funding, tackles gap in hiring tech teams
Weekday says it promises to do what LinkedIn should have been for recruiters with its peer-group references platform.
Alternative employment pathways critical to tech sector
Creating new career pathways for 1.1 million Australians could help build the nation's tech workforce of the future, a new report has found. .
Artificial intelligence seen as key labour shortage solution
Ceridian survey reveals leaders' confidence in achieving organizational goals, but highlights complexity crisis in the workforce.
Half of small biz HRs are worried about losing their job to AI
Almost half of HR leaders are worried AI will take their jobs, but 76% say it streamlines workflows and makes their job easier.
G-P updates innovative Meridian Suite with fintech
G-P has enhanced the G-P Meridian Suite with the latest innovations to make global growth accessible to all organisations.
Australians most nervous globally about AI – report
Less than half of the nation trusts artificial intelligence, while only around 40% are excited about the AI revolution.
How employers' digital experience moves potential new hires
It’s critical that employers make a good first impression on potential hires. And in most cases, it means delivering a seamless and engaging digital experience.
The global employment crisis in the technology sector
Findings from a global report titled ‘Launching a Tech Hire Revolution’ reveal the employment issues faced across the global and Australian tech industries.
CIOs look to increase IT headcount in 2023 – Gartner
Nearly 80% of large enterprise CIOs in 2023 plan to increase IT headcount, while only 14% expect a decrease, according to a new report by Gartner.
Rise in Generative AI sees professionals future-proof careers
Nearly all L&D professionals are taking action by developing soft skills, building professional networks and upskilling in other technical areas.
Employees seek a competitive edge with micro-credentials
According to research from D2L, more employees seek to gain a competitive edge by upskilling with micro-credentials.
Remote, flexible work most in-demand non-financial benefit
Flexible work and remote options are the most sought-after non-financial benefits for employees, according to new research from Zoom.
G-P launches new employment services, Meridian Suite
Globalization Partners (G-P) introduces global growth technology, a new category in the employer of record industry.
Australia on track to deliver 1.2 million tech workers
A new report from the Tech Council of Australia (TCA) reveals Australia is on course to meet the Government’s goal of 1.2 million tech jobs by 2030.
New Zealand workers face highest burnout levels in the world
Workload expectations were a major driver behind employee burnout, followed by expectations for employees to always be online at home.
How AI Can Increase Employment and Create a Brighter Future
In recent months, there has been much debate about the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on jobs and the economy.
Kiwi workers at breaking point in wake cost-of-living crisis
Women hardest hit as 66% report that cost of living has had a negative impact on their mental health compared to 49% of men.
Cybersecurity professionals unsupported and overloaded
Australians continue to be at risk as a consequence of security operations teams not having the tools required to carry out efficient cybersecurity protection.
What women in tech (actually) want from employers
More paid time off, working from home and financial benefits have been rated as the key priorities for women working in the tech industry.
Tech workers stuck in toxic company culture to walk away
Employees who experience a toxic work environment in their companies say they plan to quit their job because of it, new research has found.
The great tech unrest: 3 in 4 UK tech workers dissatisfied
Over three quarters of UK tech talent are unhappy in their current jobs and actively seeking new roles, according to a new report.
Aussie startup transforms recruitment amidst layoffs
With top tech talent open for opportunities, securing the best candidate for the job will rely more heavily on personal connections and industry expertise.
Skills-first approach key to bridging skills gap – report
More companies are taking a skills-first approach to talent to bridge the growing skills gap in Australia and New Zealand.
Internal mobility and tech budgets on the up as layoffs gather pace
A third of employers will increase technology budgets as candidate shortages persist, while and over half will place a greater emphasis on internal mobility.