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  • Demand for technical and professional staff

    Managers, professionals and technical staff are in short supply as the country emerges from the global recession, according to a local human resources firm.
    These are the findings of an interim study by Clarian Human Resources, which is a follow up to the Great New Zealand Employment Survey (GNZES) it conducted in late 2009.

    Written by CIO New Zealand19 Oct. 10 22:00
  • Gen Y may survive recession better than Gen X

    You'd think Generation Y professionals would be the least equipped to weather a recession and layoffs. After all, this is the generation whose "helicopter parents" hovered over their every move, catered to their every caprice and taught them that they were all winners.

    Written by Meridith Levinson01 Nov. 08 22:00
  • July jitters turn to October fear

    The results of CIO's most recent survey on IT budgets, fielded between October 17 and 22, couldn't be more striking compared to results from our two surveys done earlier in 2008.

    Written by Carolyn Johnson31 Oct. 08 22:00
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  • CIOs' job satisfaction increases despite recession

    Despite having to cope with massive budget cuts, salary freezes and demoralized staffs, most employed IT executives are more satisfied with their jobs this year than they have been in previous years, according to the results of a job satisfaction survey conducted by ExecuNet.

    Written by Meridith Levinson22 Aug. 09 03:28
  • 10 Ways to Do More with Less in the Recession

    As the economic crisis continues, technology leaders are faced with the challenge of considering how best to trim the fat out of their budgets. While some steps are obvious and necessary, others can be like a diet you've been cheating on, which you know what you should be doing, but you don't always follow through. Here are 10 ways CIOs are doing more with less in tough economic times:

    Written by Doris Brophy14 May 09 09:55