Workforce news stories
Blockchain Diploma a breakthrough for TAFE
TAFE Queensland has been approved with JobTrainer funding for Australia's first Diploma of Applied Blockchain.
AWS reports NZ's urgent need for digital skills training
One million more New Zealand workers will require digital skills training for their jobs in the next year, according to new research.
Using workforce disruption to position your company for success
With the career plans of a large proportion of the workforce uncertain, organisational leaders can prepare to accelerate programs to modernise key functions such as HR and finance.
Solving talent shortages in Australian markets
Without significant white-collar migration to Australia, in the short term, there are simply not enough skilled and trained professionals to fill certain industries.
How digital natives are changing the future of work
With Gen Z set to comprise one-third of the Australian workforce by 2030, there is no mistake that their presence will impact the future of the workplace.
Green Light Worldwide welcomes new NZ senior resource manager Regie Saylo
Saylo will manage the company’s local recruitment and retention activities for its WaaS services.
Huge disconnect between leadership perception of diversity and inclusion and reality - report
Capgemini Research Institute has found only 10% of global businesses are front-runners in inclusion and diversity practices within their technology teams.
New cloud workforce management solution launches
There is a clear drive amongst mid-market businesses to grow their employee numbers in 2021.
What’s driving innovation in trades and construction in NZ
Job management software and digital accounting tools are being increasingly utilised in the industry, which has traditionally been a digital laggard.
Twitter aims to be 'world's most diverse & inclusive tech company'
According to Twitter's VP of people experience, Twitter needs to be bold, move fast, and get it right.
Your dynamic workforce just got a whole lot more dynamic
Overnight, your dynamic workforce just got even more dynamic - and not in the ways that anyone particularly wants.
Ping Identity launches two hybrid IT focused solution packages
The solutions, Customer360 and Workforce360, enable centralised authentication services for the whole enterprise, according to Ping Identity.
Three trends set to define work in the new decade
With a new decade underway, organisations must think more about culture and ways of attracting, engaging with, training and retaining employees. Not everyone is prepared to trade free lunches for sixty hour weeks.
Young Kiwis prepared for the future of the workforce - MYOB study
New Zealand’s next generation of the workforce is prepared for the gig economy and ready for whatever disruption comes its way, according to a new report from MYOB.
Aussie teens empowered by tech but held back by career options
35% of Australian teenagers are of the opinion that they lack the preparation and exposure to technology in high school or college that would prepare them for a career.
Singapore's Best Workplaces 2019 revealed
The awards recognized organizations that were top of their game for building high-performing cultures where employees trust their leaders, are proud of what they do, and enjoy the people they work with.
Step aside: Employees think they'd do a better job than the boss
“With the number of millennial managers growing, attitudes toward aspects of management and working style will also change."
Gender gap in AU’s STEM workforce obstructing national prosperity
New research reveals Australia has not yet made the systemic changes required to achieve diversity in STEM, threatening the nation’s prosperity.
Automation beginning to impact Aussie workforce
18% of those surveyed said automation has already impacted their job ‘significantly’, with their duties changing or their role becoming redundant.
Exclusive: AI is the key to intelligent digital workforces
"RPA is considered to be one of the most transformative technologies in decades."
What's keeping the CEO up at night? Gartner reveals top-of-mind concerns
The survey found that as simple, implemental growth becomes harder to achieve, CEOs are concentrating on changing the structure of their companies.
Dicker Data employees score $1000 in company shares
The offer will be made in accordance with the company's 40th-anniversary celebration employee share plan.
A definitive look at whether AI is a job creator, enabler or destroyer
Katrin Ribant from Datorama takes a look at whether AI is going to blessing or a curse for the workforce.
NZ among countries most prepared for coming waves of automation - PwC
"We have to be looking at how we train young people and reskill workers so they are ready to move into new roles that technology like AI will create."