Generation Z is entering the workforce, bringing with it a tech-first mentality that will propel businesses further into the digital era while potentially deepening the divide among five generations in the workplace.
Age discrimination is an issue that can be found across industries and the IT industry is no exception.
Technology has innumerable benefits for business. The explosive growth of devices, applications and networks have not only changed our personal lives, but our working lives too.
The technology sector, particularly the software sector saw the most number of with 12.3 percent of professionals leaving their companies, according to a recent analysis by LinkedIn.
Developers prefer education from a developer ecosystem over money, according to a recent survey from Accenture.
Seven jobs expected to be in-demand for 2018, and the skills and experience you should look for in a candidate.
The IT talent gap is driving up demand for skilled IT pros, but for certain roles and skillsets, finding — and signing — the right candidate can feel a bit like trying to capture a unicorn.
If you wait until a valued employee’s exit interview to find out why they’ve decided to move on, you’ve missed out not only on keeping a productive member of your team but on a golden opportunity to identify obstacles and challenges within your organisation.
CIO.com contributor Martha Heller discusses the challenges IT leaders face when shaping the digital and innovation cultures within organisations.
SAP, during the World Economic Forum, has announced that it will build skills and knowledge among young talents in the Middle East and North Africa region.