Tuesday 20 April - Jobs Special
Good Morning's Jobs show - your one-stop job shop!
From a teenage solo-mum on the DPB to managing the government's biggest ministerial portfolio, Hon Paula Bennett , Minister for Social Development and Employment, shares her story and tells us what the government is doing to help jobseekers.
Want to get ahead in the job market? Our Jobs Panel will tell you how - with Seek CEO Annemarie Duff, entrepreneur Sir Bob Jones, fashion designer and Her Business magazine editor Annah Stretton and TV2's Just the Job host Clinton Randell.
Finding a job can be tough. Jobseekers
Shelley Gilchrist are both on
the hunt. Shelley has been looking for a job since she was made
redundant in September 2009 and Jacqui is a full-time mum keen to
get back into the workforce part-time.
- If you think you've got a job that might suit Jacqui or Shelley email: firstname.lastname@example.org with "Jobs" in the subject line.
Have you found your dream job yet? Career Services consultant Sarah McIndoe is here with tips on how to choose the right career for you.
You've decided on your dream job but how do you convince your employer they need you? Kathryn Jackson from Career Balance shows us how to give our CV the edge, and how to ace the job interview.
Looking sharp for an interview can give you the extra confidence you need to get the job. Sally-ann Moffat, personal stylist, has a guide to everything you'll need to put your best foot forward.
It's the Kiwi dream to be your own boss and there are almost 400,000 small businesses in New Zealand. So how do you get started? James Fensom from The Business Centre is here to help!
Many mothers find it tough to get back into the workforce after having a family. Sharn Rayner is an expert on finding jobs that fit around the pressures of motherhood and she's here with tips.
Finding a new job is fraught with mental and emotional challenges. Clinical psychologist Dr Duncan Thomson is here with the low-down on everything from body language to keeping your self-esteem intact.
Applications for the Army and the Police are on the rise. There are all sorts of careers but have you got what it takes? We talk to Inspector Gary Allcock from the NZ Police and the NZ Army's Major Helen Horn.
Chef Steve Joll is making chewy chocolate chip cookies and lemon madeira cake to keep your energy up between job applications!
According to recent headlines, job vacancies are on the up. But are frontline agencies really seeing an improvement? Recruiters Adelle Kenny from Drake International and Matthew Lowry from Adecco Personnel are joined by Paul Casson from Work and Income.
And we're giving away the BlackBerry Bold 9700 smartphone. Keep watching to find out how to win!