GoodCall: C-suite concerned about the IT skills gap

August 10, 2017

While businesses feel the pain of the skills gap across a variety of roles, the IT skills gap is presenting unique challenges for employers. Recent research from the Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) reveals that the lack of IT talent not only impacts company productivity, turnover and morale, but also leaves businesses open to far-reaching risks due to hampered cybersecurity initiatives, data management and analysis goals, cloud infrastructure projects and the development of new software.

In this article, Hary Bottka, global concepts leader for Randstad Sourceright, uncovers factors that are adding to the skills gap and tells GoodCall which innovative methods employers can use to get the digital talent they need.

Read the article here, then learn how a flexible workplace can help you attract IT talent.

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