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What does the future hold for IT recruitment?

What does the future hold for IT recruitment?
IT recruitment has always been at the heart of many businesses growth and development strategies and we expect this trend to continue into 2015 and beyond. As IT continues to take centre stage to deliver company growth, market penetration and profitability, the shift from IT to ‘digital’ technologies have had a game-changing impact on most industries across the UK. The word digital is now an everyday part of our language, but the differences can be clearly seen in the level of adoption of digital recruitment amongst the industry sectors. Social networking sites are of course charging ahead and have illustrated the blueprint for other industry sectors to learn from in terms of flexible target operating models and product adoption.
 
 
 

Snooze, you lose, in the IT war for talent

Snooze, you lose, in the IT war for talent
As a business, its vitally important to constantly evolve your resourcing and recruitment strategy, learning from last year’s mistakes, and developing alternative approaches to gain you an edge over your competition. As many technology companies look to recruit more employees in the coming year, it may surprise you to learn that many of them will fail to review their current recruitment process, leaving them wide open to losing out to the top talent and in particular, increasing the time, cost and quality of the staff they are looking to hire.

 
 
 

3 key trends in IT recruitment for 2015

3 key trends in IT recruitment for 2015

It’s good news for IT professionals looking for innovation and opportunity in 2015 as the number, availability and scope of permanent jobs increased in the last quarter of 2014. Project initiatives, service expansion and IT risk and security are all driving this trend but with news that over half of British businesses are looking to expand their workforce in 2015, coupled with the already scarce availability of quality IT professionals to plug the gap, what impact will this have on future CIO resourcing strategies to attract, retain and develop their next generation of talent?
 
 
 

Worldwide information security spend boosts UK IT recruitment sector and salaries

Worldwide information security spend boosts UK IT recruitment sector and salaries



The UK market for cyber security is estimated to be worth £3.4 billion by 2017. With the pledge of government funding and heavy weight business backing to increase skills at all levels of education, and amongst the cyber security workforce over the next two years, how will organisations both large and small, compete in the fierce war for security savvy talent?
 
 
 

Ambitious growth programmes spur skills shortage of IT professionals

Ambitious growth programmes spur skills shortage of IT professionals
According to the Hudson IT Salary and Employment Insights 2014, IT candidates on the hunt for a new role will no longer be searching purely for a salary increase. The tables have turned in that the candidate can prioritise their search criteria based on the technical challenge on offer, innovation or the employer brand presented during the interview process.
 
 
 

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