Australia & New Zealand
"By providing our unique and highly-effective combination of technology and human touch, our customers can uphold and protect their employer brand through times of enormous change and transformation.”
With organisations actively working to become analytically driven, your CV will stand out in 2019 if you can demonstrate data fluency and an ability to turn data into actionable insights.
The top three consequences of a bad hire according to employers are increased workload for colleagues (50 per cent), lost productivity (43 per cent) and increased stress on existing staff (41 per cent).
Just two in five (38 per cent) survey respondents said their employer takes every opportunity to create a workplace culture that is more diverse and inclusive.
“From women working on unlocking the mysteries of breast cancer to those who have led the digital transformation of whole businesses, to pioneers in software development, the work being done out there by women in tech is truly astonishing…
Provincial New Zealand still leads the increase in job advertisements over the quarter, when unweighted change is considered.
From automation to, chatbots, employment brand to the widening talent mismatch Hays sees next year as one of opportunity and promise.
According to the survey of 460 Australian hiring managers, more than nine in 10 (92 per cent) say they would hire an employee for a permanent position who has been performing continuous temporary/contract work.
“Too many companies have been assessing candidates against a list of generic competencies, such as communication or innovation. What they’re not doing is assessing candidates on their strengths; ones that support business success and the…