Watch out for auditions, but we’ll still be able to get paid
Aussie tech startup auditions are coming to a close, but it looks like it won’t be as easy to get on a plane.
The tech industry is being shut down for a short period, meaning you’ll have to do an online test to apply for jobs.
That’s according to a statement from The Australian Financial Press.
“We are currently in the process of shutting down our auditing and training businesses in the near future, which will result in a transition period for some of our existing clients,” the company wrote in an email to investors.
“This transition period is expected to last for approximately three weeks, with the remaining period of the transition occurring between March 1 and June 30, 2019.”
The move will see a drop in the number of jobs in the field, and the company says the drop in new applications means the audit and training will be free for anyone who wants to apply.
Aussie startup audits in La,nPM audit article “This means that we can ensure our existing customers who rely on our auditable services are not impacted by the closure,” the statement said.
“For example, we will be able continue to provide our services to businesses in Australia and overseas.”
The announcement follows a similar move in the UK, where some of the largest tech companies have stopped accepting audited contracts, while others have taken on more staff.
It’s not clear when the move will be completed, or how long it will take to happen.