Government launches 400 free qualifications to help with economic recovery
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Careers & training

Government launches 400 free qualifications to help with economic recovery

There are 31 digital qualifications on offer, including courses in cyber security and coding
1 Apr 2021
Onboarding during the pandemic and beyond
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recruitment

Onboarding during the pandemic and beyond

The good, the bad and the strange elements of starting a new job remotely
25 Mar 2021
Employer demand for IT degrees grew significantly in 2020
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Careers & training

Employer demand for IT degrees grew significantly in 2020

Six out of ten degrees that saw the biggest increase in demand related to computing and IT
17 Mar 2021
Microsoft's Apprenticeship Connector will help SMBs find digital apprentices
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Careers & training

Microsoft's Apprenticeship Connector will help SMBs find digital apprentices

The partnership with GetMyFirstJob aims to stem a widening crisis, with new apprenticeship starts collapsing between 2019 and 2020
8 Mar 2021
BT to hire 400 apprentices in 5G, cyber security drive
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Careers & training

BT to hire 400 apprentices in 5G, cyber security drive

The new recruits will support the telecom giant's plans to build and extend the UK's 5G capabilities
27 Jan 2021
Why IT professionals are concerned about the rise of AI
A cartoon of two workers holding cardboard boxes containing their possessions being shown the door by their boss having been made redundant by a robot worker, who now sits at their desk.
artificial intelligence (AI)

Why IT professionals are concerned about the rise of AI

AI is quickly automating numerous areas of the technology workplace, and many IT professionals fear becoming redundant as a result. Are these concerns…
12 Jan 2021
Google firing Timnit Gebru is a step back for ethical AI - one you should not ignore
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artificial intelligence (AI)

Google firing Timnit Gebru is a step back for ethical AI - one you should not ignore

Two years after it stopped selling facial recognition tech, the company has seemingly decided to bite the hand that fed it
7 Dec 2020
How to become a T-shaped employee
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recruitment

How to become a T-shaped employee

People with deep and wide skill sets are increasingly becoming the popular choice for employers
5 Dec 2020
IT Pro 20/20: Why tech can't close the diversity gap
IT Pro 20/20 November issue
Careers & training

IT Pro 20/20: Why tech can't close the diversity gap

The 11th issue of IT Pro 20/20 looks at what businesses can do to help create a more diverse workplace
1 Dec 2020
Life ends at 40 in the tech industry
recruitment

Life ends at 40 in the tech industry

Do hiring managers favour the enthusiasm of youth over expertise?
9 Dec 2019
Proportion of women in tech roles ‘flatlining’
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Careers & training

Proportion of women in tech roles ‘flatlining’

Although women now occupy a million STEM roles, the percentage of women in tech has barely risen since 2009
5 Dec 2019
Should you recruit externally when introducing new tech?
Careers & training

Should you recruit externally when introducing new tech?

Retrain your current staff or hire fresh talent? Making the wrong decision could be an expensive mistake
2 Nov 2019
Developing trust in your people data
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human resources (HR) software

Developing trust in your people data

Measuring the confidence of HR leaders in their data management practices
26 Sep 2019