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  • Sydney CIOs commanding highest salaries

    Senior CIOs and IT directors in Sydney continue to command higher salaries than their counterparts in other states, earning $350,000 per annum with Melbourne its nearest rival at $300,000, according to Peoplebank’s quarterly Salary and Employment Index.

    Written by Byron Connolly09 June 15 16:07
  • Digital jobs in demand

    There has been a spike in demand for digital skills across the banking, retail, utility and government sectors, according to IT recruitment firm Peoplebank.

    Written by Shahida Sweeney04 Nov. 14 10:24
  • Tech job market coming back

    Australia’s ICT job market has picked up over the past quarter with the market for new skills standing at its highest point for more than a year.

    Written by Byron Connolly20 May 14 15:41
  • Health, education sectors hungry for IT skills

    Employers in healthcare and education have been the hungriest for ICT skills over the past three months, according to the latest Peoplebank Salary Survey.

    Written by Byron Connolly11 Feb. 14 08:00
  • ICT salaries remain static

    ICT pay across Australia has remained static following a slight softening in the tech sector, according to a Peoplebank salary survey.

    Written by Stephanie McDonald06 Aug. 13 10:10
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  • Working with HR - Part 2

    Stephanie Christopher, national director of SHL Australia New Zealand, a company which assists companies — including recruitment firms — in their recruitment activities, says that for the more technical positions HR has to fill, “it would lean toward the line manager for advice; it would be the line manager who would have final say”.

    Written by Tim Mendham18 Aug. 11 11:37
  • The quest for IT talent

    That noise you hear is the scrape of chairs being pushed back, laptops snapping shut and your ICT staff walking out the door. The war for talent is on again — if it ever stopped — and as with all wars, there will be victors, survivors and casualties. Identifying, retaining and developing talent never gets easier. There are only degrees of difficulty. What should you do to attract and groom good people? How can you make your IT organisation one that offers interesting roles and compelling career prospects? How can you avoid becoming collateral damage in the war?

    Written by Darren Horrigan07 June 10 09:25
  • Global Recession an opportunity for IT organisations to skill up?

    As the global financial crisis continues to bite and staff are laid off, the question of whether the recession presents an opportunity organisation to pick up some highly skilled workers at fire-sale prices has emerged.

    Written by Tim Lohman27 May 09 11:32
  • Government Risks Losing Its Edge

    The federal government may be harming its ability to compete for top talent as it continues to tighten the IT purse strings

    Written by Sue Bushell25 Sept. 08 12:31
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