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Employers "bullish" on full-time positions despite economic fallout from COVID
"They see value in having a stable workforce with the knowledge and experience needed to meet ongoing client demands."
Strong demand for innovation means more jobs in tech sector
“Not only do the telecommunications and IT sectors have the highest outlooks, technology professionals are in high demand too,” says Rogers.
ICT bucks trend to record increased hiring intentions
HIring intentions for ICT professionals remains higher than that of most other professions.
Strong Kiwi economic outlook fails to increase company head counts
"The 2014 year started gangbusters but while the market is undoubtedly feeling confident, it hasn’t translated into the aggressive hiring activity that was predicted."
NZ tech industry set for jobs boost
While most employers across New Zealand anticipate minimal headcount growth this quarter, over half of the IT industry intends to hire more staff.
Are hard-working Kiwis going unrewarded?
New Zealand employees shouldering greater workloads, yet salaries don’t match.
Employers forced to choose 'next-best' candidates
ICT managers are having to make compromises in their hiring choices as salary expectations outstrip budgets.
Confidence rises among small businesses
Nearly a third of SMB owners planning to add staff before 2012: report.
Advice for 'the modern CIO'
Discussion with 11 high-profile CIOs yields interesting results.