New Zealand has received accolades on a global stage, all thanks to our collective efforts to get COVID-19 under control here. Although we may not be fully through the storm just yet, restrictions have now been eased and we are seeing a mass transition back into the working world as we move closer towards a…
I sat down recently with Programme Director – Matt Stenton and his team at Go with Tourism, to find out how the tourism market has evolved and what New Zealand can do to support this sector and its people. What is Go with Tourism? MS: Go with Tourism is a government-funded organisation that was launched…
Your business, your company name, your culture and what you stand for as an employer. All of these things have a spotlight on them when advertising a job to market. In times of tight budgets and cost cutting, businesses often think they will start by pulling back on recruitment. Obviously I’m biased, but cutting your…
In our digital era, technology has changed the way people engage and interact. In this blog, we consider, is it time to gamify your recruitment?
Firmly focused on offering our candidates more choice in order to enhance the recruitment experience, we explore video interviewing as an option for our business.
Recruitment in 2019: same as it ever was? That’s set to change—we’ve embarked on an exciting project to overhaul the recruitment experience for our customers.
There are a few topics that job seekers and employers alike tend to find difficult to broach with their recruiter. The old adage is true: honesty is the best policy.
Jobs will be lost, but that’s not the whole story. Widespread Artificial Intelligence adoption here in NZ will many interesting impacts on society – and on the labour market.
Rapid technological advancements mean the employment landscape is evolving. Expect new roles, career ‘experiences’ not ladders, and changes in the way humans work.
With a carefully planned-out recruitment marketing approach, it’s possible to enhance both the volume and quality of applicants for your vacant roles.