Jobseekers will need to demonstrate their data fluency, strategic thinking and readiness for AI-integrated workforces to stand out from the crowd in their 2019 job search, says recruiting experts Hays.
Balancing automation with human workers, the impact of chatbots on an employment brand and a widening talent mismatch are among the trends that will shape the recruitment market in 2019, according to recruiting experts Hays.
If you’ve recently been promoted, there are three simple but crucial things you should do to make the early days in your new, more senior role count: slow down to absorb the particulars, reassess priorities to set goals and establish boundaries with former peers.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) could provide a boost to workforce productivity, but organisations need to build their employees’ trust in these technologies and upskill staff appropriately if they are to take full advantage of the benefits, says recruiting experts Hays.
It’s no secret that an up-to-date and engaging LinkedIn profile can help get you noticed by recruiters – whether you are actively or passively looking for a new role. But does that mean that CVs are becoming less important?
Organisations are turning to younger members of the workforce to mentor more senior colleagues, but it takes training, a safe environment and an openness to new insights to make this relationship work, says recruiting experts Hays.
Over half (55 per cent) of New Zealand’s building industry employers will increase their workforces’ salaries by up to five per cent in their next review, according to the 2018 Hays Construction & NZIOB (New Zealand Institute of Building) Salary Guide.
Financial Analysts, Site Managers, Structural Engineers and Front-End Developers are four of the skills sought by the 53 per cent of employers who plan to increase permanent staff levels in the coming 12 months, according to recruiting experts Hays.