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Workers & employers differ in 2024 business growth optimism
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robert half technology
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millennials
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gen z
UK workers' confidence in business growth dampened by cost of living pressures, with 72% optimistic for 2024, compared to 89% of employers.
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UK job market takes a hit amid economic instability in 2023
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digital transformation
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london
The UK job market faced a slump in late 2023 amid economic unrest, leading to a reduced number of vacancies but an increased demand for skilled labour, says the latest KPMG and REC report.
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Economic pressures hit largest NZ businesses hardest, BELR report reveals
Wed, 8th Nov 2023
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compliance
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it training
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ai
New Zealand's largest businesses are feeling the brunt of economic pressures, with double the redundancy rate of SMEs, says BELR.
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AI to reshape Australian industries, creating new opportunities
Tue, 10th Oct 2023
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digital transformation
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ai
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workforce management
Australian industries are on the cusp of a significant transformation, with artificial intelligence (AI) poised to reshape job roles across various sectors.
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Vodafone sets latest round of redundancies into motion
Mon, 11th Mar 2019
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telstra
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vodafone
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redundancies
Vodafone has offered the bulk of its staff voluntary redundancy with rumours saying it aims to drop as many as 400 of its 2700 employees.
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Union blasts Telstra for plans to cut 8,000 jobs
Wed, 20th Jun 2018
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telecommunications
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telstra
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redundancies
Telstra to cut 8,000 jobs in restructuring plan, but Communications Workers Union accuses company of prioritising short-term profits over long-term services.
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EXCLUSIVE: Changes at Ingram NZ as Connector Systems fully absorbed
Mon, 18th Jun 2018
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ingram micro
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restructure
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it distributors
Ingram Micro NZ restructures, dispels layoff rumours, says MD Gary Bigwood.
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Telstra to cut jobs across Australia as work goes offshore
Mon, 19th Mar 2018
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telecommunications
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telstra
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cios
Australia’s Community and Public Sector Union (CPSU) has confirmed Telstra plans to cut over 100 jobs, sending the work overseas.
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Redundancies ahead for HPE NZ employees amidst global restructuring
Mon, 5th Feb 2018
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hpe
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restructure
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redundancies
It has been rumoured that employees of HPE NZ could be facing redundancy due to the HPE Next initiative introduced by Meg Whitman last year.
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Faint praise from industry body for 'Fonterra for meat' report
Wed, 18th Mar 2015
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collaboration
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fonterra
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silver fern farms
The industry body that helped fund a major study to reform the red meat sector has damned with faint praise the resulting report from the Meat Industr.
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Qantas squeezes more revenue on trans-Tasman route in busier market
Mon, 29th Dec 2014
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air new zealand
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shares
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nz
Qantas Airways, Australia biggest airline, lifted revenue on trans-Tasman routes by 18 percent last year amid increased traffic flows.
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Lenovo cuts loose channel director in Oz jobs trim
Fri, 6th Sep 2013
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smartphones
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technology gifts
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hp
Tech giant makes changes within its Australian workforce, cutting back on its channel sales director for the region.
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Thanks for all the hard work, now you’re fired
Wed, 13th Mar 2013
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colocation
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ict services
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telecommunications
Embattled Telecom undertakes strategic review of Gen-i Australia, resulting in 120 job losses.
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Survey: ICT job ads up 45%
Mon, 31st May 2010
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potentia
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salaries
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cios
Over a third of businesses are currently hiring with 82% expecting to do so within the next six months, says a new report.
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Java founder quits Oracle
Mon, 12th Apr 2010
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oracle
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redundancies
James Gosling (pictured) has resigned from enterprise software company, choosing to not publically explain his reasons why.
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Pre-Christmas restructure at Gen-i
Thu, 3rd Dec 2009
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business
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gen-i
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jobs
More than 30 jobs are set to change significantly at Gen-i as the integrator moves to restructure two of its departments before Christmas.