Gender pay parity is still an issue in 2018 but one country has taken very real steps to address it; will NZ be next?
For the techies
Contracting work might seem like a quick way to earn the big bucks, but before you make the leap, consider whether it’s truly right for you.
Achieving gender diversity is big news at the moment, so is your recruitment approach up to the task? If you aren’t addressing unconscious bias, you might be in for a challenge.
With Madison’s Employment Market Report 2017 recently being released, I have provided insights into the IT sector. In the main there are positive hiring intentions across the industry.
I am often asked about the key growth areas in IT at present, and one of the biggest for the last while – and not looking to go anywhere – is Digital.
It is well documented that the biggest frustration and potential risk to small and medium enterprises in New Zealand is hiring the wrong individual into the business.
Clean, Fast and Useful data will become more important than Big. That is easier said than done as data is notoriously tricky.
Ever been to an interview and realised you passed the hiring manager on your way in? Here are some tips and tricks for putting your best foot forward.
The focus of technical recruitment in 2016 is all about finding that fully rounded individual. How do you stack up?
In Auckland’s over crowded Information Technology recruitment market, the overriding recruitment method requested is a contingency model. This is where an agency is just one of a number of suppliers to the client and we work on sourcing and sending the people we consider to be best suited for the role. There are flaws to…