Welcome to Our Christmas Campaign Ho Ho Ho, we love Christmas. I personally believe we will have a traditional Kiwi Christmas this year where we will see the majority of NZ businesses close their doors for a 2 – 3 week period to allow rest and recuperation from what has been an incredibly unsettled year.
At edenfx we hold the specific salary market data for the previous 14 years and work with our clients to ensure their roles are market tested and salary appropriate to the positions. In addition to our valid and interpretable data, we always enjoy the annual Safeguard Salary Survey and use this to support our data.
Pull up a seat and have 5 minutes read as the July consultant Spotlight is on Duncan Cooke – Head of Contracting and Search at edenfx HSE What made you choose recruitment as a career…? It’s a real industry cliché but like many recruiters I fell into the role. Around 2007 I’d finished up working
As I am still a newbie to this running activity, I was a bit concerned to the eyebrow movements when I mentioned running in Taupo on August 1st despite it being just 5 weeks after the last half marathon in Wellington. So riding high on the euphoria of completing my first event, the trusty red
New laws are expected to come into effect in April 2016, to be confirmed once the Health and Safety at Work Act is passed. But who’ll be responsible for what in your business? As part of MBIE’s ongoing series on the upcoming reforms, this focuses on the new responsibilities for small business owners and operators,
The revised Health and Safety Reform Bill released in July, includes a number of changes, but retains the key underpinning principles of health and safety leadership, worker engagement and a partnership approach to building safer workplaces. This brief provides an update on key changes to director duties and other key developments. Click here to access
Well, it’s here….. the first ever 22.1km run that I have ever attempted in my life. Perhaps a little background is warranted at this stage for those that don’t know me (which is most of the people reading this blog). I have always been active, practising martial arts, most racket sports and adore the water
To start todays blog, a BIG thank you to everyone who has supported the running events so far this year and for the $1800 total donations received for Breast Cancer – this is truly remarkable so thank you. This week’s event (#4) is at Mount Maunganui running along the beach, Marine Parade, Beach Road and
Onto event number 3 which is known as the iconic Rotorua (at altitude) Marathon. Following the success of completing both Round the Bays and the Orewa events, I am feeling fine and dandy about the Rotorua run. Travelling down to Rotorua the day before the event I realise that those of us who sit at
Sometimes in life, I wish I had stayed quiet and not mentioned my “good idea” for 2015. So the start of this year I decided to learn to run and an earlier blog post documented the success at Round the Bays (Auckland), and yes a success means finishing the event (note I am careful not