My Place Aotearoa grew its team steadily, ensuring that every new hire was a suitable fit for the disability sector. Here’s how they did it.
Summerset Retirement Villages has quadrupled their size since they first started. Find out how they seamlessly expanded their team.
AMES Australia places only the most suitable candidate in a role while decreasing their administration time and ensuring their checks have been carried out thoroughly.
Daniel Chilcott, General Manager of Learning and HR Services at Programmed, explains; “Both industries are expanding very quickly. Health and education are such delicate areas because you’re looking after people’s welfare. We need to be especially thorough in our verification of qualifications and experience for these placements."
Daniel Chilcott, General Manager of Learning and HR Services at Programmed, explains; "We need the right person in the role, in the right time frame."
Employee engagement surveys can provide powerful insights, but only if done correctly. See how flybuys takes the pulse of its organisation and drives meaningful change based on employee feedback.
Thanks to the remarkable rise of the gig economy, job seekers and employers can connect for work like never before – but that also creates new hiring risks. GoBlitz, powered by Jim’s Group, is disrupting the gig economy and protecting its clients through comprehensive screening and checks.
Higher education is a low-turnover and highly competitive sector, with hiring mangers always on the lookout for new ways to streamline recruitment and attract the best staff. Travis Moore, Curtin University’s Deputy Director of People and Culture (HR), explains how CVCheck has improved the university’s hiring practices.
Holcim’s National Recruitment and Retention Manager Garth Quinn reveals his strategies when it comes to hiring for a global leader in the building and construction sector.
As a respected aged care operator fast approaching its 50th birthday, Amaroo Village in WA knows that hiring the right staff is key to protecting its residents and its reputation.
As the body responsible for staging Australia’s greatest horse-racing event every year – the Melbourne Cup – Racing Victoria needs to make sure everyone they employ is made of the right character.