In the second part of our series on ageism in tech, Cath Everett explores the benefits of taking on older workers and how public and private sector employers can ensure they get the best candidate for the job.
The Conservative Election Manifesto proposes doubling the levy on hiring skilled workers from overseas. Bad news for the UK tech scene.
It's our collective responsibility to ensure innovation benefits all of us and not just those who currently work in the tech sector, because all of the UK will benefit from proper training and skills enhancement, says Salesforce's Gavin Mee.
It may be difficult enough as it is to recruit women into a tech role, but for many employers, it is just as tricky to keep hold of them once they are there. Here are some possible solutions to this persistent problem.
I didn't know if the speakers at the Infor Federal Forum event would agree on anything. After all, we were in Washington D.C. where divisive politics are the rule these days. But the assembled agreed on one thing: the government has a recruitment and talent problem. How to fix that problem is where the conversation got interesting.
The Brexit vote and Trump's election were two major upheavals on a global scale, but for French services provider Atos, it's a case of finding the best way to create opportunities out of the uncertainties.
While the tech industry promotes diversity and globalization, politics has been moving in the opposite direction. Inclusion must reach the left-behind too.
As experienced employees retire, government needs a millennial reinvention. Infor's Dr Kurt Steward maps a path to digital disruption in the public sector
A timely reminder that the notion that there’s a breed of work-ready digital natives lurking in the wings is flawed and that we mustn't overlook this digital demographic.
Cornerstone OnDemand ended 2015 with a bit of a bump, but picks up FedRAMP certification to kickstart government business.