On March 21, 2020, we were sitting at our desks sifting through high volumes of jobs and applications when we watched our portfolio vanish with the announcement of Alert Level 4 lockdown. Emails began streaming in from clients, left with no choice but to put their recruitment activities on indefinite hold. Each job wasn’t just
As two of the top Recruiters in Auckland, we come with decades of experience, connections, credibility and a reputation for being great at what we do. Plus a load of passion, commitment and a fun-loving attitude.
Our experience is centred in business support through to management roles across all industries. Being face to face with our people is a top priority for us – it’s how we nurture those relationships that lead to excellent matches between candidates and clients. We make the process seamless and stress-free, keeping quality communication at the heart of every one of our relationships.
We are people focused. We get to know you. Building relationships with our clients and candidates are our favourite part of the business and the secret to why we’re great at what we do.
We believe in asking the right questions and taking the time to really understand what makes you or your company tick. We believe in being open, relatable and available to make sure we’re both on the same page. We see you as an individual, with unique needs, and we’re here to support you all the way.
We promise results. We care about your success. We’re flexible to your needs. We’re highly professional and bring an extensive network to the table. We believe in the power of collaboration. In integrity. Most of all, we’re down to earth human beings who – we hope – are a lot of fun to work with!
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As Auckland rolls into a fourth week at the most stringent of lockdowns at Alert Level 4, Recruitment Studio Consultant Heather takes us through what it’s like to keep on working from home while navigating life with 3 other flatmates. Four adults, one bathroom…Battling for the kitchen at dinner time…You’re lucky if you have an
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Today most workplaces include people from a range of religions, ages, and ethnicities. While you may be working in diverse teams, true inclusion can only be brought about by creating a culture where people are appreciated and respected for their differences. Achieving this requires a different level of dedication and effort. Working towards a more
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We loved sitting down with Ponsonby News for our recent feature in their March edition. If you’re out and about, make sure to pick up a copy. It’s a pretty good read if we do say so ourselves! Or to read the article online, check us out on page 75 here.
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