It’s been a full-on year, but now the time has come to put up your feet, eat everything in sight and enjoy some well-earned time off. After 12 hectic months in the office, the change of pace over the Christmas period may come as a bit of a shock to the system – but one I’m sure we’re all relishing.
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‘Tis the season to be jolly and while the festive feeling settles in, it’s time to reminisce on 2018 and ask: “what can we improve next year?” There are bound to be resolutions about diet, exercise and alcohol following all of the Christmas cheer, but we should also think about work and what we’d like for the industry in 2019. So forget Fitbits and wireless headphones, here’s what tech professionals would really like in their Christmas stocking.
In our current state of political and economic uncertainty, the future can seem unclear to many in the workforce. For engineers already dealing with skills shortages, new technologies and changing ways of working, it is no different. As the ‘year of engineering’ draws to a close, we take a look at some of the challenges facing the sector and predict how these will be overcome.
The gig economy is booming. Workers and businesses alike are seeing the benefit of temporary and contract staff, who can be hired to fill a temporary need without the resources and due diligence required for a full-time employee.
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