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How Are Different Generations Responding to the Changing Workplace?

The media will have you believe the generational gap between old and young is widening, and that this can breed friction and disloyalty in the workplace – but can it? Shane MacKay (General Manager – Wellington) shares answers to this question from our latest whitepaper, Managing the Free Agent Mindset: Generational Responses to the Changing Workplace.

The Current State of the Tech Market in Auckland

As we move into the start of a new decade, we reflect on what the Tech market in Auckland looks like. The good news is that we’ve seen a real buoyancy in the market, with a ramp-up over the past six months. As part of this increased activity, trends and hiring challenges have emerged that employers will need to respond to.

The Power of Creating Diverse Networks

Many businesses prefer to hire from within their networks, but is it really the most effective and low-risk approach to recruitment? James Brodey looks at the impact this has on diversity and the advantages that developing inclusive networks can provide.

The Impact of IFRS 17 and the Changing Accounting & Finance Landscape

With a lot of buzz in the Financial Services industry surrounding the impact of IFRS 17, OCG Consulting’s Sherry Zeng is on hand to share her thoughts on how it (and other trends and changes in the industry) are affecting the way Finance teams approach their day-to-day roles.

Addressing the Challenges of the Future of Work

With the world of work undergoing massive change, we recently released our latest whitepaper to uncover what NZ businesses are doing to adjust to the changing workforce. To share some of our findings, Executive General Manager, Greg McAllister, discusses.

The Changing World of AI and Recruitment

With technological advancements such as AI and RPA bots transforming the business world in recent years, how will this shape the role of recruiters in the future? We share our thoughts, here.

Changing Directions

In our latest blog, Senior Consultant James Brodey shares some insight into changing careers, highlighting some very ‘unique’ job roles he’s come across. How many of these opportunities would you take on?

The Speed of the Reform Agenda and the Impact on Policy Analysts

With the current government’s ambitious change agenda, it’s an exciting, but hectic time in policy. OCG Consulting’s Wendy Sleath discusses the effect of fast policy reform on policy talent, and why it’s time for NZ to reconsider a 4-year electoral term.

Going Places: Making the Right Move

When considering a move to a new area, there are a few steps you can take to get it right. Here are a few tips to keep in mind when relocating for work.

Settle Down: Deciding the Next Step in Your Career

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.