Jo Walton, recruitment consultant – NZ with TMS Talent shares her insights into options for travel and hospitality job seekers in the current environment.
One of the biggest untapped resources available to New Zealand travel industry employers looking to hire is ex-travel employees seeking to rejoin the sector, says travel recruitment specialist Alisa Wilson.
TMS Talent’s Auckland office has promoted Alisa Wilson to recruitment team manager and welcomes the arrival of new recruit Jo Walton.
About 80% of people applying for jobs in the travel and tourism sectors are actually more qualified than they realise, and are not reflecting their true worth on their CV, according to a recruitment specialist.
TMS Talent Candidates have on average six to 15 seconds to get their CV noticed by a recruiter or potential employer when applying for a new role.
By Belinda Peddie, TMS Talent
Career coaching, is not just another fancy buzz word. In reality it’s something that could give tourism and travel professionals the edge needed to take their career to the next level, according to the Auckland-based recruitment team manager at a leading staffing agency.
Now is an ideal time for people to consider a career move into travel consulting, as well as for existing travel consultants to look for new opportunities, according to the head of a leading travel and hospitality recruitment agency.
John Terry, group managing director TMS Talent, says the New Zealand travel job scene is a ‘candidate short market’ right across the country.