Tue, 05 Mar 2013 9:47a.m.
A survey of New Zealand managers has found that four out of five report a shortage of talent.
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13/03/2013 6:10:03 p.m.
many large companies have a problem where the corporates and workers are divided heavily,like rich and poor, many elite corporates have a business mentality that only allows for there own personal and economic growth where excessive salaries and unrealistic business models are used to maximize profit and minimize overheads, like contracting out at unfair rates, there dictating the other company to do the work as a client this causes a ripple effect that reduces wages to employees and quality of product to the end user, this business model has a flaw and that's sustainability long term. maybe nz should become self sufficient too many people are exploiting loop holes, buying the law and selling other peoples things under false pretenses, the real value lies in our children and leaving a legacy that can allow sustainability for future generations, thats just my take on things how we go about doing this is another story.
7/03/2013 10:25:22 a.m.
Rubbish - this is just an excuse to bring in more overseas staff from third world countries to keep wages low. There are thousands of unemployed skilled people around. Sad.
5/03/2013 6:04:54 p.m.
The answer is to hire mums. They have all of the above requirements in spades. Critical thinking, problem solving, management, leadership, initiative and drive. Perhaps employers are not looking in the right place for skilled managers. A piece of paper does not make a manager. Years of living, breathing and doing do.Employers may need to think outside the square and be innovative themselves. And yes, push for more apprenticeships.
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