Dear <<First Name>>, Greetings from the Migrant Careers Support Trust!
After the success of our first workshop for the Job Seekers Boot Camp, we are excited to announce the dates for the upcoming workshops.The details can be found in this newsletter, please register now as seats are limited.
I would like to thank all our partners and supporters who have helped us to make this happen, and all the speakers and experts who provide guidance and valued inputs.
Regards, Garry Gupta, Chair, Migrant Careers Support Trust
The Job Seekers Boot Camp is back!
Sleeker and more impactful than ever. See dates of the next 3 workshops below.
Register to join Migrant Careers Support Trust - Job Seekers Boot Camp, if you want to get your dream job faster. Join this workshop covering various aspects of job hunting that will give you an added boost as you seek the perfect job for you.
- Workshop is for 2 full days
- Covers all aspects of job hunting
- Over 7-8 experts to cover all topics
FREE Workshops | First come first serve | Limited seats
Informative resources from the First boot camp workshop: Speakers share valuable inputs
What have you noticed about Kiwi culture? How is a Kiwi work environment different from other countries?
View this presentation for key insights.
Felicity Roxburgh has been the Director of the Business Programme at the Asia New Zealand Foundation since November 2017.
She has over ten years’ experience in diplomacy, with a focus on advancing political, security and economic outcomes for New Zealand in Asia. She has lived in China and undertaken overseas assignments in Hong Kong and New York through the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
Do you know why employers use psychometric testing?
Here are some key tips to keep in mind when undergoing psychometric testing, view presentation for more!
Susan is as an Employment Consultant, Facilitator and programme administrator. She is passionate when helping others and work alongside people to gain motivation and self-esteem to create a positive change in their lives to gain employment. She is experienced in working with a diverse range of individuals and groups to identify barriers and find effective solutions.
ESR is New Zealand’s Crown Research Institute specialising in science for communities. ESR uses world-leading science to safeguard our health, keep our communities safer, protect our food-based economy, and improve the health of our water and natural environment.
If you are interested to find out more – please click on the links below:
Our growing mortgage and insurance advisory is looking for a highly-motivated professional to join our team. If you’re a focussed sales-professional with a passion for the Finance industry, then we’re keen to meet you.
Your main goal as our mortgage and insurance advisor will be to generate new business by contacting potential customers and building lasting relationships.
Outstanding interpersonal and negotiation skills.
Proficient in computers and statistical analysis software.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Literacy Aotearoa is running a FREE 2 day CV Writing Workshop at Te Manawa on Saturday, 20 February 2021 The workshop focuses on developing your CV and cover letter writing skills. Participants will finish the course with a full CV and a personal cover letter template. FREE for NZ citizens or people on any resident visa aged 16+. REGISTRATION IS ESSENTIAL.
This year, Waitangi Day falls on Saturday 6 February and is observed on that day or Monday 8 February. Employment New Zealand has put together seven top employment tips employers and employees need to know about their employment obligations for Waitangi Day.
A recent ruling by the Employment Relations Authority (Berea v Best Health Foods Ltd) is a good reminder that employers must follow proper process and give employees notice as part of a 90-day trial period.
In this case study, the employer must pay the employee for lost wages and $12,000 for distress after dismissing them abruptly without notice on their first day.
Have your say on changes to sick leave entitlements
The Government has introduced the Holidays (Increasing Sick Leave) Amendment Bill to increase the minimum employee sick leave entitlement from 5 days per year to 10 days per year. The Bill will come into effect two months after it’s passed as a law. The Education and Workforce Committee is asking for public submissions on the Bill and the closing date for submissions is Thursday, 28 January 2021.