Wednesday May 27, 2020

IT Resourcing: Finding a cure for the skills shortage

Buying in specialised help is nothing new in the IT sector, but as a skills shortage has taken hold in the market, outsourcing has become increasingly necessary

7th June, 2015
Derek Kehoe, sales director, Ergo Group

I T resourcing specialists are saying that while they can help companies locate hard-to-find staff, it’s often better value to just outsource entire projects.

“There isn’t so much of a skills shortage as there is a people and management shortage. Over the last few years and through the recession, a lot of people have gone back to education and up-skilled themselves. They’ve improved their qualifications or taken jobs where they were pigeonholed into...

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