Consumer technology news from the future
These search results are from across the Techday network of sites
Employee experience critical in return to ‘new normal’, study shows
A disciplined return to work for Aucklanders and beyond is crucial to aid in New Zealand’s economic recovery, according to recruitment and HR specialist Randstad.
Kiwis embrace age-diverse workforces, but communication needs work
“These generational differences are quite literally the ‘future of work’ and having such a rich and diverse talent pool can be a huge advantage."
Apple popular amongst Australian tech employees
Technology was named as the most attractive industry in Australia, followed by early learning and engineering.
Randstad names Australia’s most attractive companies – are you on the list?
Randstad has named Australia’s most attractive employers for job seekers that are using the recruitment company to find work.
The future of automation in the workplace: increasing productivity and the emergence of New Collar workers
Automation is happening, whether we like it or not. And understandably, both employees and employers are fearful about the changes it will bring.
Kiwis’ digital skills lacking – are we becoming unemployable?
A new report reveals 50% of Kiwis admit they need to up their digital skills to guarantee their spot in the future workforce.
Face-to-face still important amongst all the tech, survey finds
"While technology is forging ahead, the power of human interaction is not to be underestimated."
IT and telecommunications' 'attractiveness' surges
IT and telecommunications now rated as the third most attractive sector for employment, putting the sector in a good position for recruiting talent.