Skills in the tech sector: Fighting the shortage and closing the gap

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Organisations need to change their hiring and retainment strategies to suit the workforce

It's certainly no secret that we are undergoing a tech talent shortage. In fact, research shows seven in ten businesses in the sector have found it more difficult to hire staff in past year, result...

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