Talent retention stories
Finance leaders anticipate more scrutiny, focus on automation for 2024
A Forrester and Basware study reveals 80% of CFOs anticipate increased regulatory scrutiny in 2024, with talent retention, cost optimisation and automation also key concerns.
Gartner report predicts top workplace changes for 2024
As technology and workforce dynamics evolve, employers must adapt to nine pivotal workplace indicators, according to Gartner.
Gartner reveals HR trends for attracting talent and boosting results
Gartner has forecast nine key HR trends for the future, including the rise of GenAI, embracing four-day workweeks, and shifting professional paths, to attract talent and enhance results.
GenAI leads tech opportunities in 2024, says EY report
EY report hails GenAI as top tech opportunity for firms in 2024 amid global economic challenges.
Telecoms face GenAI threats and skills shortage in 2024
Telecoms battling GenAI security threats, grappling with skills shortage in 2024, warns EY report.
UK IT leaders reveal skill gaps hindering innovation
IT leaders in the UK are facing significant skill gaps in strategic thinking, AI and business acumen, a new Red Hat study reveals.
Rimini Street officially announces collaboration with MYOB
Rimini Street and MYOB team up to refine the Siebel platform, boost strategic goals and enhance staff retention.
OpenUK report examines state of open source skills in the UK
OpenUK's 'Skills or Bust' report highlights potential for economic growth through open source skills in the UK.
Exclusive: How Remote is transforming workforce recruitment
TechDay spoke with Remote's CRO, Chris McNamara, to discuss the company's global impact and innovative workforce strategies.
Hampshire Trust Bank sees workflow enhancement with SnapGPT AI integration
Hampshire Trust Bank boosts workflow efficiency and automation processes by successfully integrating SnapGPT AI solution.
Workers' digital expectations pressuring IT departments
The impact on employers will see increased pressures on IT to deliver on the digital employee experience in order to remain competitive and retain top talent.
Why leading ICT employers use incentives for talent retention
During these challenging times, employers must continue enhancing the employee experience and developing a strong employer brand.
Learning management systems said to aid in employee retention
A recent LinkedIn 2023 Workplace Learning Report found that upskilling employees is a priority for those responsible for learning and development.
UK’s SMEs are facing cybersecurity crisis: Hamilton Barnes
Hamilton Barnes blames ageing talent for the skills shortage of 160,000 cybersecurity professionals and salary hikes pricing SMEs out of the market.
Tech Job Market in Australia Scaling Up Despite Mass Layoff
Despite the initial gloom, it seems that many of those who found themselves out of work at the beginning of the year are already in new jobs.
Mantel Group appoints Emma Bromet as Eliiza's CEO
Emma Bromet has been appointed as the new CEO of Mantel Group's AI brand, Eliiza, succeeding James Wilson as part of a new succession plan.
How observability can help companies build strong teams
Providing support in a hybrid workplace, alongside an alignment on eco-conscious values, is key for organisations looking to remain competitive.
Exclusive Networks appoints Agustini Kho as Country Manager for Indonesia
Exclusive Networks appoints Agustini Kho as Country Manager for Indonesia to lead cybersecurity and networking solutions' new business development.
Three steps to achieving greater developer productivity
Inadequate or multiple tools make it harder for teams to quickly identify issues before they hit production and accelerate engineering velocity.
Exclusive: What Talent can tell us about the skills shortage
Talent is a global technology recruitment specialist that has been operating in the Australian market for the past 27 years.
Lockdown learning: How technology companies can remain agile in a competitive environment
The tech space is a crowded market. Right now, it’s the third most sought-after occupation in the UK, and as a sector, it is growing faster than the economy.
IWD 2023: Why Women Are the Answer to Cybersecurity’s Talent Shortage
Despite progress made in bringing more women into the industry over the last few years, they still only make up 25% of the global cybersecurity workforce.
IWD 2023: Australia's tech sector needs more diversity
Australia's tech industry is thriving but struggling with gender equity. Women make up just 29% of the workforce, according to a report.
IWD 2023: Equity for profit - The benefits of a diverse workforce in the ICT industry
The technology industry in ANZ is making progress in embracing equity and diversity, but more needs to be done.