Say goodbye to underwhelming raises that don't keep up with cost-of-living increases. Say hello to a new era in which compensation aligns with an overall corporate culture that prioritizes talent recruitment and retention, according to a recent survey from PayScale. The accompanying "Comp Is Culture: 2017 Compensation Best Practices... Read More »
CIOs face a great many challenges these days: They're under constant pressure to deliver greater innovation, even if they're not getting more funding to do so. They need to justify tech investments by clearly forecasting their quantifiable and qualitative impact on ROI and problem-solving. They're tasked with recruiting the best and brightest tech talent in what could be the most competitive... Read More »
The most valuable developers of custom apps for your organization may not even work in the IT department. That's because the growing presence of employees and managers called "citizen developers" are creating custom apps in a very efficient and business-focused manner, according to a recent survey from FileMaker. The resulting "
U.S. CIOs and other tech executives are feeling optimistic about prospects for IT jobs and salary growth in 2017, according to a recent survey from Janco Associates. Thousands of domestic technology jobs are expected to be added every month, findings show. And nearly all levels of IT professionals—from staffers to middle... Read More »
Businesses are increasing their use of contingent workers, thereby creating momentum for what's called a "gig economy," according to recent survey research from EY. The resulting report, "Is the Gig Economy a Fleeting Fad, or an Enduring Legacy?," defines a... Read More »
The freelance economy continued to grow this year, fueled, in part, by technology, said a new study commissioned by the freelance website Upwork and the Freelancers Union. Conducted by Edelman Intelligence, the survey, "Freelancing in America: 2016," was produced for the third year in a row. The... Read More »