Tue, 29 Jan 2013 7:00p.m.
Tonight, Campbell Live begins a series looking at New Zealand’s employment industry.
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16/06/2013 6:59:49 p.m.
Devdhar Sharma wrote:
We are registered and licensed Manpower supplying agency based at New Delhi India we looking for an opportunity for our clients to relocate them on job in New Zealand most of them are experienced construction Tradesmen and others are related to Hospitality p
3/02/2013 9:00:13 p.m.
I'm Graduate in Commerce and have Seven years Accounting experience's. I'm interest to serve my services in NZ if chance make.!
2/02/2013 5:42:02 a.m.
John O'Brien wrote:
This piece massively misrepresents what happened at this 'expo'. It was blatant exploitation of the situation in Ireland. There were 4 companies recruiting for NZ and we were charged €15 in. A total disgrace, which is what this event was. Not a good representation of New Zealand.
1/02/2013 9:57:10 a.m.
Am graduate Mechanical Engineer with more than 33 years practical experience for process plant Maintenance such as of security papers plant,chemical and cement plant and would like to serve NZ if chance is given with full confidence.
1/02/2013 7:59:29 a.m.
Jose Pereira wrote:
I am a civil engineer i worked for 14 years in buildings and 17 years in roads and infrastructure and I'd like to work CRISTCHURCH, NEW ZELAND.
My older daughter is geotechnical engineer and works in CRISTCHURCH in company AURECON and my son-in-law is software engineer also working in CRISTCHURCH.
I'm still the youngest daughter engineer of mines that would be interested also in emigrate to NEW ZELAND
My wife is a teacher of basic education for children between 6 and 10 years
With my compliments,
1/02/2013 7:03:30 a.m.
Shona Duncan wrote:
I worked as an occupational therapist in NZ until I was fed up with the workplace bullying. Many others followed me overseas and will not return. I wish NZ well in repairing their appalling workplace relations legislation and warn others about the workplace culture in health and education.
1/02/2013 5:38:52 a.m.
Immigration Advisor wrote:
I read the comments of readers who were spot on correct, and watched the video. I do hope there are no false pretenses offered to these job seekers, as getting a job offer and actually getting a work visa is miles apart from each other. employers also offer lower salaries to immigrants. (Immigration advisor)
31/01/2013 10:32:58 p.m.
Avinash Beenund wrote:
Well am 25 years old and looking for an opportunity to work abroad and i work Assitant surveyor an Chainman at BCEG means beijing construction engineering group in mauritius.i would be very happy to have in ur company and am a courageous person who always like to work and am also very strick at work and i always working very hard.
31/01/2013 6:51:56 p.m.
Im an electrician have been since 2006, although ive had work the last year (except for a few weeks where its slow last year 12 weeks all up) (getting paid peanuts ) ive now been unemployed for the last month while companies full of apprentices and foreign agency trade assistants are getting paid peanuts to do all the work in place of competent tradespeople who companies are unwilling to pay decent wages, im now being told by winz that i should be looking for any available work such as drainage or petrol attendants because if i dont accept any available work they will cut my benefit,so how is there a shortage?
30/01/2013 9:36:43 p.m.
I've been an electrician in this country for almost 30 years. I'm registered, experienced, and skilled, but currently working as a labourer doing flooring, because I earn as much as what I was being an electrician.To date, I feel like choosing to become an electrician in 1984 was the worst decision I've ever made. Yeah, right, there's been not much shortage of work, but the peanuts that employers pay, has hardly been enough to cover costs.Seriously, I'm a hard worker, I'm pretty good at my job, I always do my best, but the employers seem to have wages sorted between them, and as has happened to myself in the past, when the positions aren't been filled, more workload and pressure is put onto those who are employed.John Key. Why would anyone want to go and do a trade? For $2000 dollars worth of tools? You are dreaming. I have almost $1000 hanging on my tool belt.What needs to happen, is that the tradesmen need to be paid a proper wage, so that young people look at them, and think, "Yeah, that's what I want."That's what I did. Unfortunatly for me I was born just a few years too late, and missed the gravey train.Oh yeah, I grew up with it, as a child. Was promised the earth etc..Well, wasn't the way aye.Now I live in a campervan. I'm still eligible for a first home loan. I guess I'll never get to have that roof over my head.I could carry on, but I won't. Been carrying on about how we're gonna run out of tradies for years. I'm tired of listening to myself whine. Tired of being a broke sparky. Tired of living in a caravan. Just tired.
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