Tech leaders from Ministry of Justice, UK Parliament, London and more join Tech Monitor and New Statesman’s virtual forum on public sector technology.
Hexaware is looking to make some 10,000 experienced hires in 2021. Hexaware’s Senthil Nayagam reflects on a rapidly changing recruitment landscape – and efforts his company is making to be an employer of choice.
Automated application processes are increasingly common, but are discriminating against a large group of potential employees, new research finds.
Charities have made marked improvements in their digital skills, but there is still work for the sector to do.
The number of women employed in tech shrunk disproportionately in the second quarter of the year, suggesting the pandemic continues to adversely affect female employees.
Investments in robotic automation and resource allocation helped the business-to-business logistics operator meet rapid shifts in demand, says Marcus Wuerker, CIO for UK and Ireland
A thriving black market for the sale of fake vaccine passports has emerged, and could leave businesses relying on vaccination certificates at risk.
Arun “Rak” Ramchandran, corporate vice president at Technology Leaders Agenda partner Hexaware, outlines why getting people, culture and diversity right has never been more important.
As a business grows, there is a risk of becoming less flexible, less agile, less innovative – and less attractive to talent pursuing the dynamism of the start-up space. Hexaware’s Satyendu Mohanty discusses creating a workplace that delivers the best of both worlds.
The primary frustration for European leaders is a lack of IT team recognition during the pandemic, a new survey reveals.
The data science industry currently lacks recognised professional standards around ethics. A group of professional organisations wants to change this.