We are seeing digital transformation in organisations at an unprecedented rate. The events of the last two years have completely changed how businesses interact with their customers and each other, with much of the workforce requiring enhanced digital skills than at the start of 2020.
When deploying automation, the overall objective should be to provide improved employment for workers, and society as a whole. Factors such as wellbeing and self-development should be the overriding objective.
With tens of millions of people working from their bedrooms, kitchen tables, and home offices, the pandemic pushed the remote working trend to its limits. The tech industry (as always) led the charge in this brave, new world, proving that remote work is not just a feasible option – but one that brings a host of benefits to employers and employees alike. So, as we continue to embrace the...
Flexible working in tech is here to stay, with many organisations, and, indeed, many techies choosing to go ‘forever remote’.
By its very nature, technology is constantly evolving. Accordingly, leaders in the sector need to update their skills to meet the demands of their industry and their workforce. So, what will the technology leader of the future look like?
Most large companies will by now have some form of RPA embedded, and if they don’t, they will be looking at it (if you’re not, where have you been the past 5 years?). The market is still expanding quickly but some analysts predict saturation within the next 2-5 years. Most of us now know what RPA is, and what its capable of, so what’s next for Automation?
Tech workers are worried about advancing their careers while working from home, with women in tech particularly badly affected. Our research found that more than one-third (39 per cent) of the tech workforce said they believe that flexible working limits career development, but that belief varies greatly depending on how senior they are in the industry.
While no one has all of the answers on this topic right now, many tech leaders and employers are discussing these issues and we wanted to share our own observations and insights.
The effects of burnout on employees and the organisations they work for can be far-reaching. But what can employers do to spot, address and prevent burnout?
Discover what qualifications do you need to work in software development? How easy is it to transfer to a development job? What’s the best thing about working in the sector?
With cybercrime on the rise and a global cybersecurity skills shortage, improving opportunities for neurominorities benefits businesses and individuals.
Research shows low employment rate for Autistic people in US, UK and Australia. Meanwhile, some employers focus on hiring Autistic people as opposed to a fully neurodiverse workforce. Adapting interview techniques and job descriptions can make process more inclusive for neurodiverse applicants.
While it’s important to understand that neurodivergent people have different characteristics and strengths, research reveals that there is evidence of specific strengths and skills associated with neurodiverse conditions. Within the world of tech, focus, creativity and analytical talents could help leaders address a range of existing skills gaps and widen their talent pool
One-third of the world’s workforce will need to reskill by 2030. However, there are three ways tech can help build a growth mindset culture. Read more.
Hear from software development recruitment experts from around the world to find out What technical and soft skills do software development professionals need right now? How can you future-proof your career? What development jobs are most in-demand at the moment?
What technical and soft skills do cyber security professionals need right now? How can you develop and learn the relevant skills to boost your employability? How can you future-proof your career? Find out the answers to these burning questions and many more.
What qualifications do you need to work in cyber security? What’s the best thing about working in the sector? Hear from cyber security recruitment experts from around the world on what it takes.
2020 has been an unprecedented year for technology. The disruption caused by COVID-19 quickly forced organisations to reprioritise their technology objectives and strategies overnight to enable them to operate in a newly remote environment. Due to these drastic changes, there is now an even greater reliance on technology to ultimately enable organisations, their people and their consumers to...
Are you searching for a new job in the technology sector? When you head off to attend your interviews, think about asking some of these important questions.