As a valued employee of Robert Half New Zealand, it is our priority to provide you with all the tools, resources, personal training and development opportunities you need to be successful in your role.
Our comprehensive personal development programme gives you the best chance of success within the recruitment industry.
As a new team member you will learn the fundamentals of the business as well as best practices for maximising Robert Half’s proven operating models. Once you have mastered the basics, we continue your training and development by inviting you to participate in a wide range of facilitated programmes to foster your professional growth. You will learn techniques for establishing client relationships, recruiting candidates and networking.
These programmes include in-depth skills building workshops in leadership, management, professional recruitment, emotional intelligence, effective communication, top gun selling and client focused selling.
New hire orientation
Many of our professionals have made a career change and therefore the recruitment industry is new to them. New hires participate in a series of training development programmes that combine online, classroom and one-to-one coaching to learn more about our business. We also provide mentoring opportunities and the chance to learn from successful veterans within your office.
Ongoing professional development
Robert Half will continue to invest in you as you progress in your role. We have dedicated training and development facilities where we host in-person workshops to help you hone your craft.
Global advancement opportunities
We have a long tradition of promoting from within. In fact, many of our management team started in entry-level positions and worked their way up. When you join Robert Half, a world of opportunity opens to you – we have over 300 staffing locations across the globe and provide employees with the chance to pursue new roles with the company in other cities, states or countries.
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