Our Specialist Teams
The OCG Services recruitment team is a specialist group within OCG providing a niche recruitment services to the professional Services and related industry sectors throughout New Zealand including Infrastructure, Media, Communications, IT/Telecommunications, Freight/Logistics and Travel/Tourism. The team has the capability to source and expertly select specialist permanent and contract Services professionals at all levels, across the whole industry spectrum.
Newly created broad communications role in an evolving organisation
Combine your marketing experience with your passion for the rural sector in this brand focused role in the animal health category.
Please see below for a sample of the quality candidates that we are currently working with. For more information on these candidates, or any of OCG's services, please contact your relevant Consultant (details below).
The first-ever New Zealand survey about changes to the flexibility provisions in employment law highlights the growing risks for employers who are either unaware of their obligations, or are reluctant to comply with the new requirements.
The study, undertaken by recruitment firm OCG Consulting and Diversitas, an Auckland-based diversity consultancy, found that 68% of people would consider leaving their current role if offered a comparable job but with greater flexibility.
The study, undertaken by recruitment firm OCG Consulting and Diversitas, an Auckland-based diversity consultancy, found that 68% of people would consider leaving their current role if offered a comparable job but with greater flexibility. To receive a copy of the OCG Flexible Workforce design research report contact your OCG Recruitment Consultant
This latest OCG white paper explores emerging trends in managing talent based on the feedback of more than 500 employers and employees across Australia and New Zealand, and provides practical recommendations on effective talent management in an environment increasingly characterised by change.
The government is well aware that New Zealand’s aging population creates a macro-economic imperative for people to participate in the labour force for longer.