Contractor Job News
July was the hottest month for temporary IT workers since May 2011.
Revenue nets a commercial 'CIO of the year' to lead its £500m IT operation.
Staff at NHS England seen as the casualties of a late IT contract agreement.
Software giant will spend years hiring those who ‘think differently’ about IT.
Walkout at HMRC offices applauded for coinciding with RTI’s introduction.
Number of IT directors planning to shed staff falls to its lowest level in five years.
Digital agenda boss readies a €4.5m shot in the arm for the skills-starved IT industry.
Eight weeks of searching & eight hours’ talking (plus a possible test) required of IT candidates.
Tax institute's loss seen as HMRC's gain.
UK IT contractors not alone in being warned of only scant increases in pay and prospects.
The current market for IT talent; where the money will be and where it's dried up.
Peter Moore says ask me anything, as he recalls his 946 days held at gunpoint.
Personality is often the key to unlocking your next contract – IT staffing boss.
Uncertainty cuts deeper into IT budgets, but the weakness is only temporary.
FSA wants the identities of senior IT managers whose infrastructure could fail.
Rejected software development applicant to remain in the dark about where she erred.
Tech giant's clients warned of a 'detrimental' impact to their operations.
RBS's tech meltdown to scare banks into modernising their IT systems.
Corporate departments, and their leaders, at odds over the Olympics.
No shortage of people seeing record self-employment as a Good Thing, but are they right?
Incumbent IT providers, or skills, are being edged out by newcomers in the job stakes.
Staffing boss says the ripping off of temps, and the taxman, is rife.
IT security contracts experience strong demand as global internet use continues to surge.
Skills watchdog mulls the IT workforce growing at almost twice the national average.
Financers' spending plans have weakened, but fatter IT budgets remain on the agenda.
Engineering, technical and IT staff bear the brunt of far fewer temporary contracts.
Former Yahoo boss far from alone when it comes to embellishing his CV.
Yahoo loses its head amid claims his CV was padded with a computing degree.
Sufficient MOO turned a self-employed lap dancer into an employee.
Latest axe-wielding takes this year's layoffs at the IT giant passed the 1,000 mark.
End-users and agents pay a hefty price for flouting right-to-work checks.
MoJ alone in Whitehall for having more IT staff than before austerity hit.
Almost all end-users need 'substantial work' doing to their websites before May 26th.
'Higher labour costs since October have mostly been absorbed or avoided.'
‘No real choice’ or not, 4,000 IT workers are considering strike action.
Rising workloads at a time of pay austerity presents IT directors with a problem.
‘Demand for IT contractor businesses has turned a corner and is holding up.’
IT temps counted among the 2,264 UK bank staff to be exported or eliminated.
Contractors operating via a brolly are £1,200 worse off.
Computing is the highest up ‘hard’ skill on hiring managers' agendas - report.