Glassdoor has announced that it has agreed to be acquired by Recruit Holdings Co., Ltd. for $1.2 billion in an all-cash transaction.
Trawling through job boards and waiting for the phone to ring just won’t cut it in today’s competitive job market, especially if you’re out of work. OCG Consulting Manager, Paul O’Donovan, discusses how to make the most of your job search, here.
Legendary investor and business magnate Warren Buffett amassed a fortune of over $80 billion by understanding the true potential of his investments. OCG Wellington’s James Brodey talks about what Buffett’s philosophy can teach us about recruiting, here.
There appears to be a growing number of people in the recruitment industry who believe reference checks to be a waste of time. A view that OCG Consulting Manager, Paul O’Donovan, couldn’t be more opposed to. Find out why time spent checking references is time invested wisely, here.
Hiring for culture fit is quickly becoming the top priority for many organisations, but is this focus making them miss out on top quality candidates? OCG’s Sarah Jessop takes a look at why hiring for culture add could be the key to building diverse, high-performing teams.
If anybody’s been following sports news recently, specifically in cricket, they’ll know why it’s not a good idea to tamper with things. That includes your CV. OCG’s Pete Dallimore tells us why lying on your CV just isn’t worth it, here.
Are you unhappy with your job and needing a change? OCG’s Mate Glamuzina explains how to best utilise a Recruitment Consultant to find a job that is more professionally satisfying than your current one.
With the recruitment landscape in a constant flux of change, AI has caused quite the stir in recent times. OCG's Pete Dallimore discusses why AI will never replace our jobs as recruiters.
With NZ's unemployment rate sitting at pre-recession levels, candidates are more in demand than ever before. OCG's Tom McMorran assesses why, in a post-neo liberal economy, speed and efficiency is key to your next hire.
OCG Consultant, Mate Glamuzina, is taking part in the Mount Everest Challenge this year, climbing Mt. Maunganui 38 times in 50 days to raise money for the Waipuna Hospice – and he’s doing it barefoot! Mate collected his thoughts on how he was inspired by Kiwi adventurer, Mike Allsop, and the importance of goal-setting, here.