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If you have been active in the job market recently you will have heard about Behavioural interview questions or experienced them in a job interview. They usually start with “Tell me about a time when you…” or “Give me an example of when you…”.
Lawson Williams partnered with The NZ Institute of Food Science and Technology (NZIFST) and NZ Food and Grocery Council (NZFGC) to create the NZ Food Industry Salary Survey in 2019.
It is an understatement that since our first survey in 2019 the economy and employment markets have been significantly impacted. This survey reports the remuneration changes that have taken place in the Food Industry over this period.
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Have you applied for or seen a role that you’re really interested in but not sure your CV is up to scratch or you’re lacking interview confidence?
Whether you’re just starting out, new to New Zealand, looking for your next role, being considered for an internal promotion or contemplating a career move, there’s a lot to consider and getting a job that ticks all your boxes is about looking at so much more than just the job description!
Can you remember a time when you were listening to someone speak and somehow, they engaged you? To this day you can remember most of what they said or at least the message they were trying to convey?
It’s more likely than not the person told a story, they made you feel something and that’s why you remember.
The New Zealand National Staff Turnover Survey is now in its 13th year. The survey provides organisations a benchmark of the success of their recruitment, onboarding, retention and development activities.
Recruiter Insider has recently reported some initial interesting statistics collected from candidates after client/candidate interviews.
There is greater expectation on the interview process today and in the competitive world of employment it is important that companies understand how they compare and importantly what they can do to improve the experience of people seeking employment with their organisations.