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The recession has seen many people count themselves lucky to hold on to the jobs they have, but a new survey reveals that the increasing number of green shoots seen in the economy are encouraging more employees to look for something new.
The survey – carried out by recruiting company Hays – found that 52% of respondents said they knew ‘quite a few’ people who were now looking to change their jobs.
Overhauling outdated recruitment methods could save the health sector tens of millions of dollars a year, a research paper presented to District Health Boards New Zealand suggests.
The paper, written by Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) provider TalentPoint, examined the potential savings that could be made if the RPO model was used across the sector.
It estimated that between $10 million and $30 million could be saved per year on recruitment costs.
Pimply-faced computer geeks may soon have to brush up on ebitda as well as HTML, with companies demanding business-savvy IT graduates.
A challenge has been issued to IT education providers to produce more graduates who understand the intricacies of business, which can make the inner workings of a PC look straightforward.
The challenge was issued by chief financial officers and chief information officers at a roundtable discussion on the future of finance and IT, hosted by recruitment company Robert Half.