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CIOs look to increase IT headcount in 2023 – Gartner
Wed, 28th Jun 2023
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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.
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Rise in Generative AI sees professionals future-proof careers
Wed, 28th Jun 2023
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it training
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ai
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Nearly all L&D professionals are taking action by developing soft skills, building professional networks and upskilling in other technical areas.
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Employees seek a competitive edge with micro-credentials 
Wed, 21st Jun 2023
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According to research from D2L, more employees seek to gain a competitive edge by upskilling with micro-credentials.
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Remote, flexible work most in-demand non-financial benefit
Fri, 16th Jun 2023
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wfh
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remote working
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Flexible work and remote options are the most sought-after non-financial benefits for employees, according to new research from Zoom.
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G-P launches new employment services, Meridian Suite
Thu, 1st Jun 2023
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payroll systems
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compliance
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workplace
Globalization Partners (G-P) introduces global growth technology, a new category in the employer of record industry.
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Australia on track to deliver 1.2 million tech workers
Tue, 30th May 2023
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retail
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research
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government
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.
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New Zealand workers face highest burnout levels in the world
Fri, 26th May 2023
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employment
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it workers
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unispace
Workload expectations were a major driver behind employee burnout, followed by expectations for employees to always be online at home.
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How AI Can Increase Employment and Create a Brighter Future
Thu, 18th May 2023
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bi
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big data
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data analytics
In recent months, there has been much debate about the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on jobs and the economy.
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Kiwi workers at breaking point in wake cost-of-living crisis
Fri, 12th May 2023
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dei
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mental health
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Women hardest hit as 66% report that cost of living has had a negative impact on their mental health compared to 49% of men.
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Cybersecurity professionals unsupported and overloaded
Thu, 27th Apr 2023
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ai security
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cybersecurity
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cso / ciso
Australians continue to be at risk as a consequence of security operations teams not having the tools required to carry out efficient cybersecurity protection.
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What women in tech (actually) want from employers
Wed, 26th Apr 2023
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women in technology
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remote working
More paid time off, working from home and financial benefits have been rated as the key priorities for women working in the tech industry.
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Michiel Boere Joins Remote as CFO
Fri, 14th Apr 2023
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cfo
Remote, an internet tech company, hires Michiel Boere as its new CFO to manage global financial strategy and operations.
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Tech workers stuck in toxic company culture to walk away
Fri, 7th Apr 2023
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recruitment
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mental health
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culture
Employees who experience a toxic work environment in their companies say they plan to quit their job because of it, new research has found.
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The great tech unrest: 3 in 4 UK tech workers dissatisfied
Fri, 7th Apr 2023
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Over three quarters of UK tech talent are unhappy in their current jobs and actively seeking new roles, according to a new report.
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Aussie startup transforms recruitment amidst layoffs
Thu, 30th Mar 2023
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recruitment
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employment
With top tech talent open for opportunities, securing the best candidate for the job will rely more heavily on personal connections and industry expertise.
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Skills-first approach key to bridging skills gap – report
Tue, 28th Mar 2023
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linkedin
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recruitment
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More companies are taking a skills-first approach to talent to bridge the growing skills gap in Australia and New Zealand.
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Internal mobility and tech budgets on the up as layoffs gather pace
Fri, 24th Mar 2023
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skills shortage
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employment
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budget
A third of employers will increase technology budgets as candidate shortages persist, while and over half will place a greater emphasis on internal mobility.
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Why this human resource science makes people think it's magic
Tue, 14th Mar 2023
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payroll systems
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hcm
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job seekers
As someone tasked with using language to capture and express AbilityMap's qualities, I have been trying to put AbilityMap's difference into words for some time.
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Australian workers expect more from their WFH set up
Fri, 10th Mar 2023
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remote working
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employment
Australian office workers expect more from their working from home set up and it could be costing companies up to a quarter of a million dollars.
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IWD 2023: Embracing equity in employment services is vital
Wed, 8th Mar 2023
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dei
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leadership
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cios
Asuria leads the conversation by discussing what it truly means to embrace equity within its own sphere of influence in the employment sector.
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IWD 2023: Applying for the role now helps future women in STEM
Wed, 8th Mar 2023
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careers
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cios
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women in technology
Women apply for 20% fewer jobs than men, often feeling they need to meet 100% of the criteria. But it's time to change that mindset. #WomenInSTEM.
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Gig workers denied equal opportunity to financial services
Thu, 2nd Mar 2023
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workforce management
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employment
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gig economy
Gig workers face financial exclusion despite their contributions to the UK economy, new report finds. #GigEconomy #FinancialInclusion.
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Changing nature of work leads to surge in learning consumption
Wed, 22nd Feb 2023
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it training
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cios
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skillsoft
Skillsoft's Lean Into Learning Report reveals a 37% YoY increase in time spent upskilling, with 16 million badges issued.
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Most workers who feel at home at work don’t intend to leave
Thu, 9th Feb 2023
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support
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workforce management
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workday
Workday has published the results of a new survey, finding that 79% of workers who feel a sense of belonging in the workplace do not intend to leave their jobs.