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It appears that hirers in Asia-Pacific don't regard long-term loyalty and retention as a critical component in their talent strategy, prompting questions over how these organizations ensure their long-term survival in the market.
Entrepreneur Steve Orenstein has set up three small businesses, the first of which he started when he was only 19; his second startup, Connect2Field, was acquired by a NYSE listed firm. Steve is now focused on his next venture, Zoom2u, while also working as an advisor with other startup companies.
A framework of roles and salaries will be introduced at the manufacturing plant.
A new study has revealed that less than half of Australian employees are receiving training on improving their analytic skills and knowledge around the cloud.
Migrants from neighbouring countries working in the Malaysian electronic industry are finding themselves in situations of modern-day slave labour.
Workers at the firm's largest manufacturing plant in South America want career and salary plans.
How long does it take to reach the top of your game in the IT business? The answer might depend on how much you schmooze and network. But it helps to know a few things along the way too.
"We don't want to be like India," says head of IT association in Rio.
Australia's second-largest mobile provider has appointed parent company SingTel's head of group digital life Allen Lew as its new CEO after six months of searching.
Avaya's Tony Simonsen discusses how he moved from being a fitter apprentice to heading up top positions with some of the industry's largest companies.
Whether you're trying to keep your tech career on the fast track or keep your department filled with IT overachievers, keep an eye on these five undercurrents in IT jobs.
Latest figures for permanent and temp IT jobs in the UK show a steep increase for last month yet doubts persist about the sustainability of the upward shift.
Dimension Data Australia has appointed former Hewlett-Packard enterprise services chief technologist to the chief technology officer role.
Ed Hyde will lead Spark New Zealand's big data business, Qrious, as it aims to help organisations use available data sets to improve their products and services.
For IT workers, the worry of becoming obsolete is constant. Toss in automation, robotics and artificial intelligence and many tech tasks won't need humans. Is there any wonder why IT is trying to learn more human and interpersonal skills to move up the food chain?