Demand for our services continues to grow. It appears that both companies and candidates enjoy and appreciate the thoroughness of the CornerStone Recruitment process.
And so in April we have welcomed 2 new staff-members to our team:
Paula joined us on April 28th as a Consultant, from a very successful background in the Real Estate sector. Please take the time to read Paula’s bio on our website and find out how she can assist you.
Anna joined us on April 21st in a support role, assisting with the business development and marketing. You may have already spoken with her. Please take a look at Anna’s bio on our website.
5 year Anniversary
Who said you don’t get consistency in recruitment? Jacqui Arnold started in Recruitment in 2003 and has been with CornerStone Recruitment for the last 5 years. Since moving into our new offices and the increase in staff numbers Jacqui has now moved away from recruitment and now manages our busy office.
Our Tanya – now Mrs Tanya Gray - has sent us a postcard, full of fun and excitement. She loved Japan had a great time and is now en-route to Scotland. Take the time to ring Jacqui and get a detailed update.
With all the current pressures of business, we are finding that the companies that take the time to plan are the ones who are finding the most success in recruiting the right people. The article “The dangers of failing to plan” details some of the pitfalls companies are experiencing. People have opinions and the ability to think, so you can expect greater dialogue with job seekers as they want to develop their careers, enjoy job satisfaction, and experience job security. Unfortunately there are no short-cuts and the time and effort spent developing the Job Order with one of our consultants is time well spent. Please contact Jacqui for a copy of the article.
Job Seekers need to be aware of where their future employer has been, their direction, and their potential to fulfill their job expectations. Take the time to read the article “Are you asking the right questions?”. Please contact Jacqui and request your copy. You will benefit from a greater understanding of the recruitment process.
Listed below are a selection of job seekers who are currently available, please contact Jacqui for more details.
Nathan has a strong passion for horticulture which he would love to have utilised in his work, in addition to his overall gardening, landscape and environmental knowledge which is well maintained. He is eager to share his knowledge and experience for the good of his customers and employer, in doing so Nathan would continue developing his career as well.
Nathan is well presented, physically fit, customer service savvy and ready to start as soon as possible. His 5 year plan is to develop his experience further in retail management, before moving into environmental management.
Nathan recently relocated back to Auckland from Christchurch after a year furthering his knowledge in a nursery environment.
Jane has a very impressive background in sales management, working in a variety of industries and experiencing strong success across the board. She is particularly passionate about improving existing systems – placing importance on greater effectiveness. In addition to her management abilities, Jane is herself a gifted sales professional with an outstanding track-record. She prides herself on her ability to learn systems and procedures quickly, and in her most recent role has thoroughly taught herself the complicated SAP system, and then prepared shortened training manuals for her team.
Jane is dynamic and engaging, with a high standard of personal presentation. She seeks to continue her career in sales management, with a long-term view to move into upper-level management with a sales-focus.