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With COVID-19 impacting Otago and Queenstown's economy, the Regional Business Partner Network and Otago Chamber of Commerce needs to understand the effects on business and how they can best support you. Please complete this survey and also send on to any other businesses who may be impacted. The Survey is really short [no more than a minute] and finishes on Tuesday March 17 th  Please click here to complete the...
Firstly, a very big thank you to the 430 local businesses that took the time to fill in the Employer survey. While the world has completely flipped since you gave us your feedback, the information has already proved critical in planning discussions with council and between the Chamber of Commerce and Immigration New Zealand.   Key Findings Three quarters of businesses had experienced skills shortages in their...
The Aspiring Conversations weekend in Wanaka is fast approaching and the Queenstown Media Group is proud to be a media sponsor. Three international experts on the impact of climate challenges and sustainability for the business community have been announced and will join the line-up of 11 speakers for the Aspiring Conversations Festival of Ideas in the first weekend in April.   For more click here .
Feedback from the JobFix Employer survey indicated that the majority of positions available advertising runs for a minimum of two weeks and generally three. As a result QMG has introduced multi-week discounts for advertising placed in the Lakes Weekly Bulletin for the same situation vacant advertisement across multiple weeks.   Advertised for two consecutive weeks with the same advert now attracts a 10% discount and for three weeks...
With significant uncertainty unfolding in the business environment across ALL areas of Queenstown, JobFix looks at the first two months of the year and also an early insight into March JobFix vacancy numbers. The market has pivoted from looking for staff to hiring freezes and redundancies amidst a ballooning economic downturn that the majority of businesses are dealing with.   Summary The number of Job openings in January...
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