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And most of them trust companies to do a good job in protecting their personal data, says research
An older generation of IT workers who starred in India's last, great IT boom is the latest obstacle in a series of grim prognostications for recent Indian tech graduates.
The movement started by employees who want to bring their own gadgets for work has taken a turn, according to new figures. Companies will be requiring workers to BYOD, and that will bring changes for both workers and employers.
A US man has pled guilty to causing $300,000 worth of losses to his former employer by wiping almost all of the company's virtualised IT infrastructure.Jason Cornish, 37, admitted the attack, which he launched from a McDonald's restaurant in Georgia, to a New Jersey district court on Tuesday.
Five Detroit employers will pay their employees -- in cash -- to move downtown. Is it the right way to turn the Rust Belt city around?
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Most of the employment pundits put their money on small businesses and startups to hire our way out of the recession and the prophecy appears to be materializing. What does that mean for IT workers?
EDS Australia workers have claimed that the company plans to ask them to sign a new employment agreement following the company's acquisition by Hewlett-Packard. But, terms on maintaining conditions and pay remain uncertain.
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Chemical Hazards Pocket Guide provides a concise source of general...
Human resource experts suggest employees, especially those in Singapore, make known their achievements, but in a subtle way to avoid negative repercussions.
Unionised workers at IBM's Baulkham Hills facility in Sydney will vote on the company's latest employment offer tonight, according to the Australian Services Union.
IBM is set to hand a new employment offer to some employees at its Baulkham Hills facility today after workers there decided to call off a planned strike to allow negotiations to go ahead between the company and the Australian Services Union (ASU).
Remote workers are hijacking neighbours' Wi-Fi, opening unsafe emails and lending work PCs to non-employees, says a Cisco-sponsored survey
A report by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation has also revealed an increase in employed workers looking for new jobs
In an attempt to forestall the arrival of 1984, a California state senator has introduced a bill to ban employers from inserting identification devices under the skin of employees, reports the Associated Press.Democratic Sen.
The Hudson Employment Index reports that 22 percent of technology workers expect layoffs, up nearly 7 points from the previous month. Meanwhile technology worker confidence fell 6 points to 109.
Western Australia's Department of Consumer and Employment Protection (DOCEP) has inked a half a million dollar contract with network solutions provider 3D Networks as the agency looks to develop its telephony infrastructure over the next few years. DOCEP's mission is "to create an employment and trading environment that protects workers and consumers".
According to ZDNet's IT Facts blog (by the way, a great place to get your daily dose of data): "71% of top performers listed pay among the top three reasons they would consider leaving their employer. Only 45% of employers cited pay as a top-three reason workers leave.
Discrimination against older and female IT workers is still prevalent in the workplace, according to a survey of industry professionals.Results of the Australian Computer Society's (ACS) annual ICT employment survey found 20 percent of respondents claimed they had been discriminated on the basis of age at some time in their career.
Five thousands new jobs, a new call centre and a possible new manufacturing plant show that Dell is serious about its Indian future
In August 2005, the Hudson Employment Index for IT workers plunged again, this time 12.4 points to 97.
Forget about fancy tools, ex-hacker says. Teach your employees not to give information to strangers.