There’s a lot of talk about how stressful work in IT could be. But a recent survey finds those at the top of their departments are overall pretty satisfied with their work.
We’re about halfway through January, so that means most people have already given up on their New Year’s resolutions. Rather than just waiting for 2017 (that’s the year we’ll turn it all around!), why not change gears and resolve to make things a little better for your team?
No one gets into an IT career because they like having relaxing, low-pressure work environments. A study by Trustwave shows various forces are combining to put IT pros in the hot seat – and chief among all is security.
Stress at work isn’t just a minor annoyance. If it isn’t kept in check, it can lead to employees checking out according to a recent survey.
While users will soon be returning to the office refreshed after a long break, there’s no rest for the weary IT pro.
IT workers may be satisfied with their careers, but they are also stressed. To avoid burnout, managers should take some steps to help ease the pressure.
IT pros are putting in a lot of hours, and the stress could convince them to switch companies, or even careers. Here are some tips to help tech employees reduce stress.
Most employees are stressed out, and many of them blame their workplace technology. And the more tech gadgets employees have, the more stressed out they are.
There’s one thing most IT employees want, and offering it could help companies retain their best tech employees, even as the IT job market heats up:
IT pros, especially IT managers, put in a lot of stressful hours, often for little reward and no appreciation from other parts of the company. But there have to be worse gigs, right? Not according to this survey.