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Our Kiwi Mum’s Insights

In March of this year, I began a new role at Tyler Wren offering support to our overseas candidates, in order to make their transition from their home country to New Zealand a positive experience. By offering a friendly welcome with home-made fudge and biscuits along...

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How to lose a candidate in 10 ways

Is your recruitment process letting your firm down? Article by Melissa Marshall It is no secret that in 2019, the legal industry is a candidate driven market.  Having great marketing strategies may mean you are attracting the best talent, but if your recruitment...

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A word of advice to BAS Accountants

To set the scene and give a little background, my first “real job” was working within a medium-sized CA firm. I spent almost three years there, so I do truly understand the joy of six-minute timesheets and the end of the financial year. Fast forward to my recruitment...

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Womens History Month – Interview with a Business Leader

In honour of #WomensHistoryMonth we're putting the spotlight on our amazing Kiwi Women! Today we are celebrating #InternationalWomensDay. We felt an insight into one of New Zealand's high performing business leaders may be of interest.  Please read our interview...

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What is next for Solicitors with 3 years PQE

So you have studied for at least five years, sat the New Zealand Bar, completed a graduate programme and worked for a couple of years in the law profession, been promoted to Senior Solicitor and potentially even lived overseas. Now you are at the point in your life,...

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Too comfortable = Boredom – Come to NZ

Just leave. To set the scene. I was four years into a sales job, eight years with a partner and as comfortable in life as I could be… and bored. So I quit my job, broke up the relationship and threw my bag on my back. The first three months were an absolute whirlwind...

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The only way to do great work is to love what you do

  “Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do. Working in recruitment has taught me a number of things over the...

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The Five Ways I Add Value to your Work Search

    A little over a year ago I decided to go into recruitment, and I love it.  Friends who are recruiters often talked about the relationships they were creating between clients and candidates, and I’d always admired that aspect of the work.  I’m a people...

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