CloudBolt expands C-Suite with new CFO appointment
Dolan will oversee the company's accounting, legal, and finance teams while managing the organisational dynamics of rapid growth and expansion.
Virsec looks at next stage of growth with new exec appointment
Cybersecurity firm Virsec has appointed technology industry veteran Brian Marlier as its chief revenue officer to drive its next stage of growth.
Ingram Micro shakes up leadership team with new global CEO
Paul Bay has been named the new global chief executive at Ingram Micro, replacing Alain Monié, who has transitioned to the role of executive chairman.
The Great Resignation will drive cyber attacks in 2022
AI cyber security experts Darktrace predict that the Great Resignation we’ve seen during the pandemic will drive cyber attacks in 2022.
Payroll and compliance platform Deel launches in Australia and New Zealand
Global payroll and compliance platform Deel has announced its official launch in Australia and New Zealand.
WalkMe expands partnership with SAP concur to help hybrid work experience
Cloud-based digital adoption platform WalkMe has expanded its partnership with SAP concur in a bid to optimise employee experience in hybrid working environments.
Concerns over employee turnover on the rise - report
“As the economy continues to recover from the disruption caused by COVID-19, organisations are facing a very different, and extremely competitive, job market."
Kiwi workers ready to quit unless shown dollar signs - report
Kiwi workers are on the hunt for new job roles, and they aren't messing around.
Why todays employees feel more pressure and are more likely to switch jobs
Research reveals employees are working longer, feeling more pressure, and are more likely to switch jobs.
There's an increased demand for open-source talent, but 92% of employers struggle to find enough
The ninth annual Open Source Jobs Report examines trends in open-source hiring, retention, and training.
Business leaders concerned ex-employees can access corporate data
Offboarding employees securely is a key problem for business leaders.
Poly defines six 'personas' that sum up the Australian workforce
According to Poly, 92% of employees in a typical enterprise can be categorised into the six baseline personas.
Gartner: Gaps between employer and staff sentiment on the future of work
"If left unaddressed, this division may lead to a critical failure to build trust and employee buy-in for future of work plans."
AWS consulting partner CMD Solutions casts talent net with IT training boot camp
AWS consulting partner, CMD Solutions, has launched learnCMD, an intensive employment pathway program for IT professionals to address the talent shortage.
Overtime in NZ business increasing, more than half go unpaid
“Last year, tight budgets forced employers to try to achieve more with less as they navigated their way through the crisis and back to growth."
UCG appoints NZ Delivery Partner contractors as full members of employment association, EMA
Telco services supplier UCG is appointing all of its New Zealand Delivery Partner subcontractors as full members of the Employers and Manufacturers Association.
NZ businesses must urgently address IT skills mismatch
New Zealand's business community must bear some responsibility for the skills mismatch and make changes to attract graduates, retain and upskill staff.
The six most in demand tech jobs
COVID-19 disruption has led to a greater reliance on technology, which is fuelling a sharp increase in demand for several roles across the technology sector.
Men more likely than woman to join a tech start up - study
"With the pandemic creating a new wave of entrepreneurism and the launch of exciting startups, now is the time for these companies to be ambitious and attract tech talent to their organisations."
NZ tech sector "seriously restricted" by skills mismatch
"Digital technology businesses are having problems attracting, developing and retaining people with tech and creative skills needed to help New Zealand grow faster, especially out of the COVID pandemic."
Govt must allow border exemptions for tech professionals - NZTech
NZTech chief executive Graeme Muller says a review of New Zealand's immigration settings is imperative.
42% of Australia’s older workers have lost their job or had hours reduced amid pandemic
Over half of older workers in Australia have been financially impacted by the pandemic, according to a recently released survey from Humanforce.
One in four Kiwis looking to upskill to boost employability
The nation may be in the middle of a coronavirus skills boom.
Australian organisations failing to support employees in remote working
“Remote working is here to stay into the near future and even after the virus, so now is the time for business leaders to evaluate and address how to future-proof their approach and optimise performance.”