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  • IT worker turnover on rise in Australia report CIOs

    ​The voluntary employee turnover among permanent IT workers has increased in the last three years, say Australian chief information officers responding to a Robert Half commissioned survey.

    Written by George Nott25 June 18 13:01
  • National Gallery seeks first CIO

    The National Gallery of Australia (NGA) – home to 166,000 works of art from Jackson Pollock’s Blue Poles, to Sidney Nolan’s Ned Kelly series, and the largest collection of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander imagery in the world – is seeking its first CIO.

    Written by George Nott05 June 17 15:38
  • 5 specialist IT roles that can expect a salary hike in 2016

    Half of Australian businesses plan to increase salaries for their existing IT employees by an average of 6.7 per cent this year, with select specialist roles to benefit most due to growing demand. Find out which five IT roles win 'most improved pay cheque' in 2016.

    Written by Bonnie Gardiner06 April 16 08:00
  • CIOs don't like dealing with personnel and skills issues

    Managing IT staff and their skills is a key part of a CIO's role, but that doesn’t mean they enjoy doing it. Gartner's latest survey reveals this is one of the top “hates” for CIOs in their job.

    Written by Rebecca Merrett07 Oct. 15 11:23
  • 'Sexy' IT fields lure talent from enterprise

    Australia has lost security and other enterprise technical skills to trendier IT areas like apps and online development, according to a report released today by Clarius Skills.

    Written by Adam Bender22 Oct. 13 15:24
  • Bonuses still used to lure tech staff

    A Sydney-based chief security officer who received a $276,500 bonus is one of 1300 Australian IT workers showered with cash and other benefits designed to attract and retain key staff.

    Written by Byron Connolly28 Aug. 13 10:31
  • The state of the Australian CIO 2010

    The annual State of the CIO study provides Australian chief information officers with local research on leadership strategies, salary ranges, tenure and business priorities in mid to large organisations. CIOs in organisations with an average of 145 IT staff, supporting 7000 users participated in this year’s study and provided a benchmark for best-practice in IT business management. The study is part of a global research project which allows CIOs to compare their priorities and objectives with those of equivalent organisations in the United States.

    Written by Rodney Gedda08 Oct. 10 17:00
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