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Spotlight on FMCG: Unlocking the Talent Conundrum

Spotlight on FMCG: Unlocking the Talent Conundrum

Tom McMorran | 18 January 2021

In FMCG, increasing the flow of talent has posed certain challenges in today’s market, especially with organisations often reluctant to recruit from outside the industry. OCG’s Tom McMorran discusses the talent conundrum, here.

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Settle Down: Deciding the Next Step in Your Career

Settle Down: Deciding the Next Step in Your Career

Tom McMorran | 28 March 2019

Where progression was once the natural next step in a career, many people are now considering alternatives to a move up the hierarchy. OCG Consulting’s Tom McMorran looks at the other options, and why sometimes the right choice is to stay put.

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Recruitment in a Post Neo-Liberal Economy

Recruitment in a Post Neo-Liberal Economy

Tom McMorran | 05 March 2018

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.

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How Busy The Job Market is, Depends on You

How Busy The Job Market is, Depends on You

Tom McMorran | 11 May 2017

These days, the recruitment market is so fragmented and varied, it is difficult to sum up what’s happening in a neat and tidy way. But OCG Consulting Manager, Tom McMorran, hits the nail on the head in his latest blog.

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Beating Self-Employed Loneliness

Beating Self-Employed Loneliness

Tom McMorran | 10 June 2016

People often set up their own businesses thinking they’ll have plenty of human contact with all the work they will have. The reality however, can be quite the opposite, so what can you do if you’re self-employed and feeling lonely?

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Queuing for a Seat at the Senior Leadership Table?

Queuing for a Seat at the Senior Leadership Table?

Tom McMorran | 23 March 2016

It’s no secret that there’s a shortage of senior level sales and marketing roles in New Zealand at the moment, but what can both employers and employees do to make the mid-level to senior transition easier?

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