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Six of the most in-demand tech sectors and jobs 11 Mar 2022
New job interview guide reveals most commonly asked questions – and how to answer them
The skills most in-demand in 2021 11 Mar 2022
Payrollers, Quantity Surveyors, Software Engineers and Commercial Solicitors make the list of the top skills required for 2021, according to recruiting experts Hays.
The unexpected soft skill employers need today 28 Jun 2021
Find out why teamwork is the most important soft skill employers value in their permanent staff today.
Based on findings in the recruiter’s FY21/22 Hays Salary Guide, 16% of the close to 600 employers surveyed also intend to increase their use of temporary or contract staff.
Based on findings in the recruiter’s FY21/22 Hays Salary Guide, regular flexible work practices, career progression opportunities and training are the top three non-financial benefits employees want when looking for a new job.
More employees will receive a pay rise this year than last, but it will be a far less significant increase than they hoped for.
According to the FY 2021-22 Hays Salary Guide, released today and based on a survey of close to 600 organisations in New Zealand, representing over 1.6 million employees, 75% of employers will increase salaries in their next review, up from 44% who did so in their last review.
Pandemic-induced IT recruitment trends 01 Dec 2020
Neurodiverse employees benefit an organisation, yet a large percentage remain unemployed. But by understanding and accommodating the needs of neurodiverse talent, employers can foster a more diverse, inclusive and successful business.
61% of New Zealanders say a hybrid working model, consisting of part-remote and part-office working, is the most productive. That’s according to a poll of over 2,500 working professionals by recruiting experts Hays.
Just over one third (37 per cent) of New Zealanders who have been working remotely do not yet feel safe and happy to return to their co-located workplace, according to a survey by recruiting experts Hays.
Only 28% of New Zealand and Australia’s current jobseekers say they understand what’s required to make a job interview shortlist today.
Recruiting expert Hays has launched a free online training portal designed to help employers and teams grow the skills they need to function effectively and thrive in the face of Covid-19.
Most wanted: 2020’s skill shortfalls revealed 09 Apr 2020
DevOps Engineers, Analytics Managers and Revit Technicians make the list of the top skill shortfalls for the first half of 2020, according to recruiting experts Hays.
How to be a good mentee 09 Apr 2020
Mentorships are a proven method of upskilling and developing your expertise on-the-job.
No matter how well you prepare, there are always certain job interview questions that catch you off guard.
Experience, education or informal learning: here’s what Kiwi’s say most helps career advancement 09 Apr 2020
Work experience has a significantly greater impact on career progression than formal education or continuous informal learning, according to recruiting experts Hays.
Half of New Zealand workers have already seen their job responsibilities change as a result of automation, according to recruiting experts Hays.
Female-dominated jobs more susceptible to automation – gender pay gap could widen as a result 09 Apr 2020
Female-dominated occupations are more vulnerable to automation, which could further widen the gender pay gap, warns recruiting experts Hays.
200 cyber experts have their say: Technical expertise not enough when hiring cyber talent 09 Apr 2020
Two of the top five cyber security challenges organisations face trace back to the acute cyber security talent gap: a lack of in-house expertise and difficulty finding the right talent.
Around two-thirds of employees living with a disclosed disability say their organisation’s leaders do not fully understand the business benefits of diversity and inclusion, while more than eight in ten feel their chance of being accepted for a job has been lowered in the past because of their disability.
Continuous upskilling is required to secure your next job now that the fourth industrial revolution is upon us, according to recruiting experts Hays.
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