Authored on: Jan 13, 2012
Download At a time when many owners are just as happy sustaining business growth as they are increasing it, holding on to key IT talent should be a top priority. The cost of failing to hold on to these staff members can be enormous, especially considering the specialist knowledge often acquired by IT workers over the course of their employment. It is not unusual for incentives to be focused mainly around the sales team, but it is just as important that firms recognize and reward the contribution of those supporting this function. By surveying 200 IT professionals directly, IntaPeople has been able to gain an insight into some of the measures bosses can take to keep their IT staff happy. This white paper explores some of these expectations so that companies can curb what is often a merry-go-round of IT staff, and concentrate on shaping the future of their business.