Special Report: Keeping IT Talent

By CIOinsight  |  Posted 06-13-2007

Analysis: As baby boomers prepare to retire, companies are scrambling to fill the gaping hole they will leave in the workplace. The issue is particularly important in IT, which is already battling a skills shortage. In the coming years, talent recruitment and retention will be a top priority. So what are you doing about it today?

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