TITLE

Search is on for the UK's top IT workplaces

PUB. DATE
July 2004
SOURCE
Computer Weekly;7/13/2004, p35
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Following the success of the first Best Places to Work in IT awards, Computer Weekly is again looking to showcase and applaud the UK's best employers of IT professionals and highlight employment best practice for other IT departments to emulate. There are 17 categories spread across 10 industry sectors, offering the opportunity to raise the profile of your IT department and have your achievements recognized by your peers. The shortlist will be finalized by the end of this year, and published in Computer Weekly in January 2005. Visit ComputerWeekly.com to fill in the entry form, you will have to answer basic questions about your company — from benefits offered to the training budget per person to outlining department initiatives and facilities. The industry body responsible for articulating and acting on the IT skills needs of UK employers. Co-founders Roger Ellis and Julie Loveday have had a long association with the IT industry. An organization that provides an independent voice for corporations and individuals using Oracle products and technologies in the UK and Ireland.
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