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Waikato and the Bay of Plenty: The New Lands of Opportunity

Many dream of leaving the madness of Auckland behind, but don’t want to sacrifice career opportunities. OCG’s Mate Glamuzina tells us how the Waikato and Bay of Plenty regions can provide the escape you’re looking for.

Are You Happy with Your Job?

What does happiness in the workplace look like? OCG Recruitment Consultant, Eloise Gantuangco, looks to answer that question and provides some helpful advice for those looking for more greener pastures.

Why 2017 is the Perfect Time to Make the Leap into Contracting and Freelancing

As the saying goes, a new year presents new opportunities. With new technologies creating new possibilities in how we approach the workplace, there's real potential for contract or freelance talent to make an impact in 2017.

Embracing Flexible Working

Embracing flexibility can boost employee productivity and engagement, however, offering it to new hires could upset your culture’s status quo. OCG Senior Consultant, Lucinda Barton, discusses how to make flexible working, work for you.

Inside the Life of a Working Mum

Once you become a working Mum, life is never quite the same again, there are ups and downs, and certainly a lot more nappies involved. Our OCG Consultant, Suji Boomgaard, shares what she loves about being a working Mum and her journey.

What to Do When You Don’t Get Your Dream Job

Not getting hired for a “dream” job can be devastating, but it can be seen as a positive. It can help you work harder, improve your performance, and motivate you to keep trying. Read more on how to positively handle rejection.

Workforce Research: Key Trends and Insights

At OCG, we’re committed to uncovering and understanding the latest workplace trends and developments, through regular research and whitepapers. Over the course of five substantial studies we have summarised the key insights that highlight what is on the horizon for employers.

Don’t Jeopardise Your Job Application with a Poor Cover Letter

We all know that having a strong CV is important to showcase your skills, experience and achievements but what about your cover letter? Paul O’Donovan, Manager OCG Technology Christchurch, takes a look at how a cover letter is a vital component of your job application.

Hiring Developers – Thinking Outside the Box

The growing skills shortage in the IT space is making it increasingly harder to find great developers. OCG IT recruitment specialist, Ryan Lanham, explores the hidden gems that exist if you think outside the box with your recruitment strategy.

The Elephant in the Room: Contracting or Consulting?

Contractor, Consultant or Permanent Employee? In today's resource constrained world, it's not an easy choice. But when getting it wrong can cause budget blowouts and an unhealthy reliance on costly engagements, what can the Public Sector do about it?

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