Robert Half

More than one in ten ASX-listed CEOs have a background in technology yet none have previously been a CIO according to new research from executive recruiter Robert Half.  The research, 2019 CEO Tracker examines the background of the CEOs of the ASX 200. According to this study those CEOs with

Australian businesses are paying more to attract key IT talent. For seven out of every 10 new hires, IT employers have had to increase the salary amount originally offered to secure their favoured candidate, according to a new study.   The results come from the 2019 Robert Half Salary Guide

The rise of new digital competitors and business models has ushered in tremendous change for the CIO role. Once viewed as obstructionists, research shows they are increasingly taking on more strategic roles within their organisation as digital transformations progress. Now new research shows that almost nine out of 10 CIOs

Eight in 10 Australian CIOs says it’s more challenging to find qualified IT professionals today than it was five years ago. That’s according to the 2018 Robert Half Salary Guide. The shortage is a consequence of the increased demand for specialised skillsets needed to implement new technologies and protect against


On top of external threats many IT leaders are also battling the growing risk from security breaches from inside their own company. Independent research commissioned by specialised recruiter Robert Half found almost nine in 10 (87 per cent) Australian CIOs have experienced an internal IT security breach in the past

There are as many CEOs of ASX200-listed companies with a background in technology as there are female chief executives. Not many. The recently released Robert Half CEO Tracker found that only 6 per cent of ASX200-listed CEOs have a background in technology, compared with 50 per cent who have background