Workers & employers differ in 2024 business growth optimism
UK workers' confidence in business growth dampened by cost of living pressures, with 72% optimistic for 2024, compared to 89% of employers.
UK job market takes a hit amid economic instability in 2023
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.
Economic pressures hit largest NZ businesses hardest, BELR report reveals
New Zealand's largest businesses are feeling the brunt of economic pressures, with double the redundancy rate of SMEs, says BELR.
AI to reshape Australian industries, creating new opportunities
Australian industries are on the cusp of a significant transformation, with artificial intelligence (AI) poised to reshape job roles across various sectors.
Vodafone sets latest round of redundancies into motion
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.
Union blasts Telstra for plans to cut 8,000 jobs
Telstra to cut 8,000 jobs in restructuring plan, but Communications Workers Union accuses company of prioritising short-term profits over long-term services.
EXCLUSIVE: Changes at Ingram NZ as Connector Systems fully absorbed
Ingram Micro NZ restructures, dispels layoff rumours, says MD Gary Bigwood.
Telstra to cut jobs across Australia as work goes offshore
Australia’s Community and Public Sector Union (CPSU) has confirmed Telstra plans to cut over 100 jobs, sending the work overseas.
Redundancies ahead for HPE NZ employees amidst global restructuring
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.
Faint praise from industry body for 'Fonterra for meat' report
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.
Qantas squeezes more revenue on trans-Tasman route in busier market
Qantas Airways, Australia biggest airline, lifted revenue on trans-Tasman routes by 18 percent last year amid increased traffic flows.
Lenovo cuts loose channel director in Oz jobs trim
Tech giant makes changes within its Australian workforce, cutting back on its channel sales director for the region.
Thanks for all the hard work, now you’re fired
Embattled Telecom undertakes strategic review of Gen-i Australia, resulting in 120 job losses.
Survey: ICT job ads up 45%
Over a third of businesses are currently hiring with 82% expecting to do so within the next six months, says a new report.
Java founder quits Oracle
James Gosling (pictured) has resigned from enterprise software company, choosing to not publically explain his reasons why.
Pre-Christmas restructure at Gen-i
More than 30 jobs are set to change significantly at Gen-i as the integrator moves to restructure two of its departments before Christmas.