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LAST CHANCE FOR TOURISM FUNDING Local business that support or supply the tourism sector and tourism businesses themselves are encouraged to apply for tourism funding from the government of up to $60,000 before 31 August. The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) has three funds available for tourism businesses or suppliers of tourism businesses in the Queenstown Lakes District. The purpose of the funds is...
Queenstown Jobs Crisis - Key findings and recommendations The Queenstown Jobs data shows that demand for workers in the region remains extremely high, despite and because of the Omicron outbreak. There were more people employed than a year ago and Queenstown is effectively at full employment. While most businesses need more staff to remain operational and ramp for returning international visitors, finding workers continues to be...
Latest Jobs Report No Surprise  The Queenstown jobfix.com jobs report won’t be a surprise for anyone in the resort town. June had the largest number of job openings available since early 2019 and was 9% above June 2021. The number of visitors in town is testament that tourism is back but the experience is very different with many businesses running on low staff numbers and reduced hours. The opening of the borders...
The staffing crunch is unlikely to get any better until later in the year when travel into New Zealand loosens up and some overseas workers can return. When the borders gradually re-open and Queenstown welcomes travellers back, the visitor and accommodation-related sectors will ramp up their recruitment, putting additional pressure on already chronic local staffing situation. With such a shortage of workers, we are seeing employers working...
By David Gibbs While Queenstown hasn’t been hit by the impact of the so called 'great resignation', we have been part of the trend that is seeing a number of workers leaving their jobs, having re-evaluated their priorities or simply because there are more opportunities elsewhere. We’ve also seen, I suspect, a relocation-drain as people leave the area for other larger markets or even to return to their home country in some...
Have your say. Two years in, we want to know how you are feeling about your business and its future. This information is critical in communicating with Government what is happening on the ground in our district. Queenstown Chamber of Commerce along with QLDC, Ignite Wanaka, The Lakes Weekly and jobfix.co.nz are encouraging local businesses to participate in the first quarterly Business Confidence Survey for 2022. The aim is to provide...
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