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Haka Tourism Group’s general manager of touring brands, Eve Lawrence, on how Covid impacted talent retention and bringing back former staff.
GO Rentals chief operating officer James Dalglish discusses how team culture is created and the company’s ‘people first’ approach. Dalglish also highlights the critical value of communication, measuring worker engagement, MORE »
Tomahawk marketing director Gina Paladini discusses the tourism marketing specialist’s recent restructure, staff retention and personnel development.
While TNZ is focused on attracting visitors to the country, “there’s absolutely a ‘halo effect’ from the work that we do,” said de Monchy in the latest video from industry recruiters Tourism Talent.
Tourism Export Council of New Zealand chief executive Lynda Keene talks about the government’s visa settings and rebuilding the inbound tour operator workforce.
The chief executive of one of Rotorua’s most popular attractions discusses staff retention and attraction in the current challenging environment.
KiwiRail’s general manager of Great Journeys of New Zealand and commuter, Tracey Goodall, on how the scenic train service approaches recruitment and how it utilises a number of channels to get the best result.
Delivering for staff and helping to tackle social issues are among the key measures Sudima Hotels takes to enhance its employer brand, says chief operating officer Les Morgan in The Interview.
“You’re nothing without your people,” says iFLY Queenstown owner Matt Wong in the first video of a new series from industry recruitment specialists Tourism Talent in partnership with Tourism Ticker.
New chairman for Tourism New Zealand
Airport heliport closure leaves operators in lurch, risks ‘brand NZ’
How the new digital NZ Traveller Declaration will work, and when visitors will get access
“We’re aiming for well north of $100m in the next 24 months” – Dan Alpe on Jucy’s revival
Can NZ tourism share its workers? The govt wants to find out