Entries with tag employer .

An organisation’s commitment to sustainability has become hugely important in recent years – and its significance is only going to increase in the future with the realisation of the systemic challenges we face.

Is a new job on your radar for 2022? If so, it’ll take more than tailoring your CV and preparing thoroughly for interviews to get your dream job. As we move out of the pandemic, there are new strategies to add to the list.

After almost two years of disruption, employers and HR now have an opportunity to pause, reflect and reset. Many changes have been made for the better, but others have led to a whole new set of challenges.

The festive season has arrived, and we are ready for a well-earned holiday break. Jobseekers often press pause on their job search during the Christmas period, with many believing businesses stop recruiting.

Conducting a successful an interview involves following 5 key steps to identify what it is you are really looking for in candidates. Find out more information here.

Many leaders have recently adopted more flexible working policies. So, how best should managers lead their employees in a hybrid model? Read more.

Over the past year, employers have become increasingly aware of the impact of skill shortages and the resulting attraction challenges. Find out more here.

To protect engagement and turnover, our advice is to communicate sensitively with employees about salary increases. More so than ever, when budgets are tight it’s critical to carefully manage salary expectations as part of your retention and engagement strategy. Here we present our advice on how to approach the salary expectation gap.

Our newly released Hays Salary Guide FY21/22 shows that small salary increments are on the horizon for many skilled professionals this year, but not all New Zealanders will receive equal salary rewards. This year, our salary guide paints a picture of a widening salary expectation gap between employers and employees.

If you find it hard to relax and let go of work when you leave the office, you're not on your own. Find out more information about switching off work.

Innovation and emerging technologies remain the driving force of disruption. Here we present our latest tech trends.. Read more here.

A strong value proposition is exactly what’s required if you are to attract non-permanent employees when you need them most. Find out more here.

Neurodiverse employees bring various benefits to a workplace. Yet a large percentage of adults with brain differences are being left out of the workforce.

Employee monitoring can benefit both an organisation and its staff – provided it is implemented sensitively. Find out more information about it here.

Returning to the workplace after COVID-19 can be a daunting process for employees, but it’s also one that can be eased with a thoughtful approach. Read more.

Asking these five interview questions allows you to hire the right skills you need for today’s new world of work. Find out more information here.

When managing a hybrid team, you are overseeing a distinctly uneven playing field – some of your staff are based in the office while others work remotely.

Equality, diversity and inclusion in the workplace is a hot topic today, so much so that jobseekers actively look for employers who value it. Read more.

The COVID-19 pandemic has created many challenges for employers but supporting mental health in the workplace has perhaps been one of the most complex.

Equality, diversity and inclusion in the workplace remain high on the agenda of organisations as we transition to the next era of work. Despite COVID-19 headwinds, the continued rise of progressive movements such as Black Lives Matter and resulting demonstrations around the world have brought the issue of equality, diversity and inclusion, or ED&I, firmly to the fore and shone a...

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