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So begins the new year, and there will be many who are looking to start fresh by switching over to a new job. But a volatile economy can obviously be cause for many to feel a sense of anxiety about changing jobs. On the other hand, we are still in a skills short market, with abundant opportunities creating excellent opportunities for you to get ahead in your career through an elevated job...

In the quest for ever better work-life balance, how can we begin creating the boundaries necessary at work?  

Are you missing something missing in your current career? Or are you thinking that a role in an emerging sector might be a better fit for you? With many of us retiring later in life, the prospect of spending decades in an unfulfilling career isn’t a happy one.

Have a new role in mind for 2024? No matter your goal, constant progression is necessary in today’s world of work. Here are our top tips for advancing your career.

When choosing to work for an organisation, you need to consider the benefits, and potential negatives, that the organisation might offer pending its size and maturity. We guide you through choosing the right fit.

Currently looking for a new role or thinking about searching? There’s one important attribute employers are looking for that you might be forgetting.

With years of unprecedented change at work and more coming in the way of AI and automation, how are you planning to stay ahead?

With skill shortages entrenched in our labour market, employers must see beyond the numbers and consider the full benefits they offer.

ChatGPT doesn’t have to be scary. Instead, it’s helping many perform their jobs better and give them back time they never knew they had.

Is a promotion or new job on your radar for 2023? Skills shortages have continued to create opportunities for rapid career progression, but make sure you’re progressing in a way that will help you achieve your long-term career goals. 

Respecting people's pronouns is a critical part of creating spaces that are safe and welcoming of all genders. Taking the time to learn about them and how to use them means we can continue to create more inclusive workplaces for all.

Greater awareness of the climate crisis and a desire for positive societal change mean that more and more of us are becoming passionate about sustainability, but the idea of finding your first ‘green’ job can be daunting if you lack experience or in-depth knowledge.

For all the innovation and technology that has revolutionised the process of getting a job in recent years, there is one thing that has never changed. You can still pretty much guarantee that at some point in the interview you’ll be asked the standard question that interviewers have asked job-seekers since dawn of time.

Our recently released Hays Salary Guide FY23/24 shows that New Zealand's acute skills shortage will drive salary increases for many professionals this year. But with an upper limit to the raise organisations can offer, it’s vital to consider the full value exchange available.

Prepare as much as you like, certain difficult interview questions will catch you off guard. Read on to find out how to answer these common interview questions.

Job hunting? Three reasons why you should still apply for a job, even if you don’t meet all the requirements. Read more.

Interviewing for a teaching position? We've compiled a list of 8 interview questions you might asked—​plus advice on how to respond. Read more.

Working from home can offer many benefits, from increased productivity to happier and more engaged employees. However, it can be an isolating experience, especially if you are new to it, or starting a new job while working remotely.  So, how can you look after your wellbeing while remote working? How can you create healthy boundaries between your work and personal life and stay mentally...

That’s it. They’ve had enough. Enough of the endless Teams calls. Enough of putting their career development on hold. Enough of feeling unsupported, overloaded, and overlooked by their employers.

Has your enthusiasm waned for the New Year’s work resolution you set last month? The start of a new year is a great time to set goals to advance your career, learn a new skill or improve your performance. But by February, more people have broken their resolution than made genuine progress.

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