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New Zealand’s most attractive employers will be named at a gala dinner event at The Pullman Hotel on Thursday, 3 May, as the second annual Randstad Awards return to Auckland.
The Randstad Awards are the largest piece of employer branding research in the world, which results in Randstad recognising the nation’s most attractive places to work, among 150 of New Zealand’s largest employers (by employee size), based on the opinions of over 7,000 people in New Zealand.
The Event: Randstad Awards – Gala Dinner
When: Thursday, 3 May 2011, 6:00pm
Where: The Pullman Hotel, Princess Ballroom, Cnr Waterloo Quadrant & Princes Street, Auckland
Attendees: - All winners will be available for interview
- Paul Robinson, Randstad New Zealand Director
Contact: For key research results, to attend the event or to arrange photographs or interviews with the finalists and winners please contact:
Freya Munro-Goodey, PPR Auckland
(021) 040 6330 or (09) 979 2006
Randstad is a Fortune 500 Company and the world’s second largest recruitment & HR services provider. Spanning over 40 countries and representing more than 90% of the global HR services market, Randstad employs over 520,000 people every day with the aim of “shaping the world of work”. Randstad is passionate about matching people with organisations that will develop their potential and matching organisations with people that will take their business to the next level. Visit www.randstad.co.nz or further information.
First launched in Belgium in 2000, the Awards have since been embraced by France, Spain and the Netherlands. In 2011, for the first time in a decade, the Awards shifted outside of Europe to 11 countries around the world including Australia and New Zealand. The Randstad Awards are totally unique in New Zealand, with the winner decided via feedback from the public. Companies cannot nominate themselves or determine categories or criteria for entry. The scale of the employer branding research is unrivalled internationally. This year, the Randstad Award researchers gathered data from 100,000 jobseekers globally.