Organizations are getting serious about tracking down the data needed to understand and control costs related to the workforce.
Robert Half Technology asked IT professionals what caused them the most on-the-job frustration.
L.A. County's high-tech jobs accounted for 9 percent of employment and 17 percent of total wages in 2013, according to a report released this week.
Superstar-style salaries and, perhaps more importantly, transparency in compensation, are trends to watch for developers in Silicon Valley.
Affected employees will spend one day per week improving “cloud, analytics, mobile and social” skills, and see a 10 percent pay cut.
The attitudes of Millennials toward work and their employers are under the microscope, along with their effect on the companies that take them on.
Taking needed vacation time in order to relax and recharge can be especially difficult for those working in IT. A little extra planning can help.
New skill sets and new jobs go far beyond data analysis. Think networking, systems management, customer service, executive leadership and more.