Code Institute calls for increased skills bootcamp funding
Code Institute CEO, Jim Cassidy, calls for increased funding for skills bootcamps to address job market changes amid AI rise.
Gartner predicts key trends in M&A landscape through 2024
Gartner outlines key trends in the M&A landscape, driving focus on tech opportunities, AI adoption and regulatory complexities.
AI focus to drive global M&A activity upswing in 2024, says Gartner
Gartner predicts that a renewed emphasis on technology, particularly AI, will boost the global M&A market in 2024 after a downturn in activity.
Pentest People ranks 27th in Fast Growth 50 Index for Northern England
Cybersecurity firm Pentest People secures 27th spot in Fast Growth 50 Index, boosting the Northern England economy.
Smokeball recognised as a top workplace for women in 2023 in Australia
Smokeball, Australian legal software developer, has been lauded as one of the Best Workplaces for Women in 2023.
New study shines spotlight on UK's digital skills gap
A ServiceNow study reveals a substantial digital skills gap in the UK, with education not preparing the majority for an AI era.
HCLTech graduates first digital apprentices in New Zealand, plans expansion
HCLTech celebrates the graduation of its first group of digital apprentices in New Zealand and plans to expand the program.
Simul8 partners with WoodGreen to improve employment services in Toronto
Glasgow social service agency partners with Simul8 to enhance its Employment Services program in preparation for Ontario's Employment Services Transformation.
TDCX Foundation aids youth digital literacy for its first anniversary
TDCX Foundation celebrates first anniversary with projects enhancing digital literacy for Southeast Asian youth. #socialimpact.
A third of enterprises have hired an employee they've never met
A third of large enterprises admit they struggle to hire high-value knowledge workers that will drive forward their global expansion plans.
Do hybrid work strategies positively impact the bottom line?
NTT report reveals the impact of hybrid work and AI on employee experience strategies and business performance.
Alteryx partners with TechVets to offer data training to UK Veterans
Alteryx partners with TechVets to offer veterans and service members training and certifications in data analytics.
Firms using resumes for recruitment risk falling behind
Over 87% of employers report problems finding talent through resumes, leading to a rise in skills-based hiring, says a new report by TestGorilla.
The IN Group partners with Sigma Labs to expand digital talent pool
Sigma Labs will expand The IN Group's global end-to-end talent offering, developing graduates into high-performance tech professionals.
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.
UK technology industry in mental health crisis – report
The UK''s technology industry is reaching critical levels of burnout due to skills shortages and failed digital transformation ambitions.
Australian execs anticipate significant workforce reskilling as they adopt AI
While employees rank impactful work as a top attribute they care about, executives say it’s one of the least important factors to their teams.
Remote’s new platform to help manage human resources globally
Remote's Global HR Platform aims to solve the entire end-to-end process of hiring, managing, and paying people worldwide.
Salesforce ecosystem, powered by AI, to create 11 million jobs
Salesforce's partner ecosystem will create a net gain between 2022 and 2028 of more than $2 trillion in business revenues and 11.6 million jobs.
Trustwave wins Employer of Choice in Australian Business Awards
Trustwave, a cybersecurity and managed security services provider, has been named one of the top businesses to work for in Australia.
Digital divide could mean early retirement for Kiwi businesses
A changing of the guard is gaining pace with the rise of 'younger' decision makers who rely on digital media to network, job hunt and inform decisions.
NZ tech sector using the office the least as NZ embraces hybrid working
A new survey of New Zealand office occupiers has proven that the tech sector's love of working from home is still very much alive and well.
One in five NZ businesses say quiet quitting is taking place
Quiet quitting describes employees who opt out of tasks beyond their assigned role and become generally less invested in their work.
Labour shortages are continuing to ease in Australia
Companies are hiring fewer casuals than they were compared with June 2022, with the average business posting 9% less shifts year-on-year.