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Managing Challenges in IT Staffing: 2007 Survey Results
Recruiting and retaining IT talent is a key success factor for any IT organization. This special study investigates current trends and challenges that IT managers are facing in recruiting and staffing, based on a survey of approximately 160 U.S. IT hiring managers. Statistics include IT staff growth rates, use of contractors and temporary employees, growth of outsourcing and offshoring, turnover rates, trends in recruiting difficulty, adequacy of the candidate supply, ability to offer competitive compensation, attractiveness to candidates of four major U.S. regions and 14 industry sectors, manager satisfaction with recruiting methods, use of outside recruiters, and the relative difficulty of recruiting for eight IT positions. (10 pp., 16 figs.)[Executive Summary]
Managing the Virtual Workforce, Ten Years Later (May 2002)
Ten years ago, organizations looked at telecommuting as a way to reduce cost, increase job satisfaction, and improve quality of life for employees. Today, telecommuting is part of the fabric that enables workers to collaborate across time, geography, and organizational structure. Further, since September 11, 2001, a virtual workforce is seen as a key enabler for continuous operations.
After the Gold Rush: A Look at IT Recruitment, 2002 (March 2002)
It is an understatement to say that the market for IT professionals is different today than it was a year ago. The two greatest catalysts for change were the implosion of the technology sector's financial bubble in February/March of 2001 and the terrorist attacks of September 11.