Temporary workers are an essential part of many businesses. They can provide additional support, expertise and talent to an organisation's existing permanent team and add value to achieving organisational objectives.
FIND OUT WHY COMMUNICATION IS THE FOUNDATION BLOCK FOR EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE
Did you know the term “performance review” was first coined by a clinical psychologist called Aubrey Daniels in the 1970s? Whilst this traditional form of measurement and feedback is still around, most businesses have transitioned to a more modern approach to performance reviews based on open communication and dialogue between a manager and employee.
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It's becoming more obvious every day - employment is booming in Manawatu
Economic Development is alive in Manawatu
Our newest recruit to the Palmerston North Personnel team Jason Belcher has done both. In 2014 he competed and completed a full Ironman, prior to this he completed a half Ironman. Whether it be tackling the Ironman or tackling your approach to a job, Jason says there are many similarities in the preparation to get to the finish line. Read on for Jason’s tips.
With hundreds of jobs listed, what areas are screaming out for staff and what others are inundated? We take a look at current vacancies and sector trends.
Few fish, far too many Fishermen…
Yes! Attitude is key to a successful placing, as opposed to simply matching an employee with the right skill set for the job.
Ask yourself; does the candidate possess the ability to learn? If the candidate is enthusiastic and intelligent they likely can be taught the required skills for the job, as opposed to a candidate with the required technical skill set but a less than enthusiastic attitude.
Some adverts work and others don't - why is that?
We often speak to people from outside of Manawatu - this interests them
When choosing where to live, work, play or even invest, a little bit of research goes a long way. We are very lucky that our Central Economic Development Agency (CEDA) coordinate and share some of this for the region's benefit.
Here is something that really shows why people are escaping expensive metro locations (like Auckland and Tauranga) to move to Manawatu.