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Here are 3 tech trends that will help you hire and retain better talent

A Harvard Business Review Analytic Service report revealed just how critical workplace tech is to hiring and retaining employees. The study showed that some 58% of respondents said an organization’s technology would factor into their decision of whether or not they would take a position offered to them. Additionally, the report stated that 51% of employer respondents were unable to ...

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Tech jobs: How to recruit and retain the best IT workers

Video: Top IT jobs and hiring trends for 2018 listed in Tech Pro Research survey Developing a strategy to attract, retain, and develop the best IT workers is a challenge for nearly every organisation. One-third of UK IT executives believe 2018 will be more challenging than last year in terms of recruiting new workers, and a further 12 percent anticipate ...

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Why AI could be the tool your HR team needs to hire and retain the best talent

Artificial intelligence (AI) will soon impact nearly every industry in some way, but the technology is poised to make waves in one industry in particular in 2018: Human resources. A growing list of vendors in the HR sector are offering AI solutions to help HR professionals find and retain top talent, according to a recent Glassdoor report—especially in competitive fields ...

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Dakota Crescent to get new flats, retain public housing role: Lawrence Wong

Mon, Dec 11, 2017 – 1:11 PM SINGAPORE housing authorities will redevelop the Dakota Crescent estate for public housing, while keeping buildings such as an iconic “Dove” playground for civic and community uses, Minister for National Development Lawrence Wong said in a Facebook post. Dakota Crescent, which was developed by the Singapore Improvement Trust in 1958 as a public rental ...

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Cities tweak house plans to retain millennials

Washington CITIES and close-in suburbs looking to the future see a troubling trend: The millennials who rejuvenated their downtowns over the past decade are growing older and beginning to leave. The oldest are hitting their mid-30s, with many starting their own families. Meanwhile Let’s block ads! (Why?) … The Business Times

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