The majority of young employees today feel “very” or “extremely” prepared to work effectively within a team–and most of them aspire to emerge as future leaders at work, according to survey from Future Workplace and Randstad US. A number of the findings–which focus upon... Read More »
Many jobs of today won't exist five years from now, experts say. They'll be replaced by new ones that will help organizations advance and stay competitive amid fast-changing technology and business shifts. CIOs, of course, will take a lead role in shaping these positions. As companies proceed with these efforts, they should carefully consider this list of six emerging IT jobs, as adapted... Read More »
Most employees feel overworked or overstressed, to the point where a notable share have had to take a leave of absence to get away from these constant pressures, according to a recent survey from Staples Business Advantage. The resulting report, titled "Workplace Index 2016: The Guide to Keeping... Read More »
What's the difference between "yesterday's CIO" and the modern-day digital one? Digital CIOs maintain a higher profile in the corporate board room, where board members have raised their expectations of IT performance and the delivery of new, business-benefiting innovation, according to a recent survey from BT. The resulting "
If you decide to hire and train Millennial IT employees, you should be aware of some of the unique challenges involved in managing members of this generation. Millennials are generally defined as those born between 1982 and 2004. One of the biggest mistakes many organizations and CIOs make when hiring Millennial IT employees is not recognizing how different their attitudes toward their jobs... Read More »
Many employees do not feel super engaged at work, according to a recent survey from Appirio. The resulting report, titled “The Human Touch for Tech Talent: Employee Retention Could Be as Simple as ‘Thank You,’ ” sheds light on how bad bosses fall short in... Read More »