Posted by Anna Ramm on 7 April 2014
Right now, New Zealand is experiencing a candidate-tight market. Employers are reporting lower numbers and less quality applications. To attract the most suitable people your recruitment must be targeted, authentic and responsive.
Here are 5 tips to get the best from your recruitment process:
Remember, recruitment is your company's first impression; its a reflection of your culture, values, and brand. Make sure it's positive.
Posted on 4 April 2014
Maximising your youth workforce
Youth worker's business inexperience and unfamiliarity with Employment Law, means owners need to spell out their employer obligations and the youth's responsibilities.
Hamilton not-for-profit Young Workers Resource Centre provides support and advice to youth in employment.
Staff backlash forces ministry to drop dob-in-a-workmate hotline
The Ministry of Business, Employment and Innovation has been forced to backtrack on a policy which offered staff the opportunity to dob in colleagues to a tip-off line run by UK-based Crimestoppers.
The Public Service Association (PSA) received a "flurry" of emails from disgruntled staff members when the policy was introduced on March 27.
Should we be standing at work?
From a car, to a desk and then to a couch.
Lots of us spend a large chunk of our day sitting down and Unitec master of osteopathy student Dan Archer says it could be doing us harm.
The Auckland resident is conducting a study using standing desks alongside fellow clinical student Sheehan Robb to see what effect sitting for long periods of time has on people's health.