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Grant Montgomery, EL Consult The Information and Communications Technology sector has delivered a second consecutive monthly rise in demand for executives in August, with demand jumping by 4% for…
Tracy Thomson Finite Group managing director The Finite Group national technology recruitment firm has climbed 21 places in this year’s AFR Top 500 Private Companies List after group revenues hit $402…
Jobs, employment for execs continue to rise, capital investment up in ICT sector Australia enjoyed improving business conditions, healthy employment numbers and a stronger economy in July with the ICT sector doing well with a rise of 11%…
ICT architects Australia’s top earners: SEEK ICT architects are the top salary earners across Australia, according to the latest report on jobs and salaries from SEEK.
Millennials in the vanguard of workforce of the future: survey Millennials are predicted to make up 75% of Australia’s workforce by 2025 and are set to make a “positive and progressive” impact on Australian business,…
Automation not so bad for finance workers and jobs: survey Automation of Australia’s workforce may not have such a negative effect on jobs and employment, according to new research which shows that more jobs are…
Silicon Valley firms cut down on hiring foreigners: report Companies in Silicon Valley have ceased hiring employees from outside the US, with fears growing that moves to restrict immigration could make the hiring of…
Tracy Thomson Finite National IT recruitment firm Finite has been named Best Technology Recruitment Firm 2017 – Australia by the UK's CV Magazine for the second year in…
Amazon wants a Strine tutor for Alexa Presumably foreshadowing an official launch of the Amazon Echo in this part of the world, Amazon is looking to hire a linguist with an Australian background and excellent proficiency…
Lure of counteroffers to employees not enough to retain them: survey Counteroffers to employees in a bid to retain them are generally ineffective in the competitive employment market in Australia, according to one recruiter.

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