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2,395 Jobseekers took advantage of JobFix in looking for Queenstown roles in May with 11,994 job pages viewed. This was a 6% increase on the number from April and reflects the tightening labour market. The number of kiwis using the site increased and this month represented 78% of the users with Auckland, Christchurch, Queenstown and Wellington making up 77% of the sites traffic.   A tougher employment seems to have translated into New...
  *Source jobfix.co.nz   Locally the number of job advertisement continued to trend lower in March while the number of applications have more than double from this time last year. Job ads dropped 9% from February and have declined 61% over March last year. Nationally online job adverts in March were also below February by 4% and down 27% on March last year reinforcing the weakness in the current round of economic...
We regularly are asked this question by local advertisers especially when INZ is looking for proof of advertising? INZ conducts a job check as part of the process when employers are looking to hire a migrant worker. The purpose of the job check is to ensure that there are no suitable New Zealanders available to fill a job before hiring migrants and advertising in the Lakes Weekly Jobs or online at JobFix helps with this process. Once...
By Sue Fea Most local business operators have welcomed the option of 90-day trial periods being extended to all employers, no matter their size, as another tool to help attract and retain quality staff. The 90-day trial option provides employers with greater confidence when hiring new employees and must be agreed to by both parties in writing before the employee starts work as part of their employment agreement. A recent survey...
The Queenstown-Lakes’ labour market continued to have the fastest employment growth in the country over the last twelve months, increasing 11% in employment within the district, backed up by a surge in working aged people moving into the local area. Despite this, many businesses are still finding it tough going with some unable to continue. Taco Medic shutting up shop after ten years is one high profile recent example. Taco Medic bosses...
The number of new jobseekers looking for roles in Queenstown across January jumped 17% compared with December. Overall jobseekers viewed 14,000 job pages on JobFix across the month, up 20% from December. Traditionally January is quieter than December but with more arrivals into the country and interest in tourism at an all-time high, the JobFix audience grew as did the number of roles each visitor viewed. Overseas visitor arrivals into NZ...
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