Why IT worker compensation is the wrong place to cut costs

04/18/2013 | InfoWorld

Enterprise hiring managers charged with filling vacancies for skilled workers in the IT department may sense an opportunity to save their company some money by targeting recent college grads or tech newbies and paying them entry-level salaries, but experts say that while such a strategy may show short-term returns, the long-term costs could be potentially crippling. As this tale of caution reflects, tossing a low-skilled worker into the mix and expecting him or her to learn on the job creates a weak link in the work chain, which can lead to losses in efficiency and productivity.

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