June 1, 2017

IT Staffing Report

In this issue, we touch on some of the results in our latest, annual IT Staffing Benchmarking Survey.

Benchmarking survey offers unique insights into US IT staffing market

30 May 2017

In this article, we touch on some of the results in our latest, annual IT Staffing Benchmarking Survey. The survey provides in-depth visibility into the US IT staffing market by gathering data from the past two years on volume and rates by skill set and occupation. It also explores industry trends and... More

Bankruptcy court approves $93 million Ciber deal

30 May 2017

A US Bankruptcy Court in Wilmington, Del., approved the sale of IT solutions and staffing provider Ciber Inc. (NYSE: CBR) to HTC Global Services Inc. for $93 million.

IT staffing firm TSR rejects buyout offer

30 May 2017

IT staffing provider TSR Inc. (NASD: TSRI) announced that it will not pursue a proposal from shareholder Zeff Capital LP to acquire all outstanding shares of the company’s common stock.

CIOs report demand for enterprise architects up 26%

30 May 2017

CIOs increasingly focus on innovation in the midst of unprecedented global political and economic uncertainty, according to the 2017 Harvey Nash/KPMG CIO Survey.

Upwork: Tech comprises 60% of in-demand skills list

30 May 2017

Tech skills comprise 60% of Upwork’s list of in-demand skill in the US online jobs market.

IT professionals set firmer boundaries

30 May 2017

The majority of IT professionals, six in 10, report they are less stressed now than at any point in their careers and 83% would still choose IT as a career, according to TEKsystems’ annual IT Worker Stress Test and Work/Life Balance survey.

Morson International buys cybersecurity firm

30 May 2017

Manchester-based technical recruitment firm Morson International acquired cyber-security firm ESP Group, also based in Manchester.

Toronto tech firms seeing more interest from US job seekers (CBC News)

30 May 2017

Tech companies in the greater Toronto area report a rise in the number of US and internationally based tech workers wanting to be part of Toronto's burgeoning scene,CBC News reported.