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Attract young Kiwi employees or skilled migrants from overseas to ease skills and labour shortages in your business.

Young employees, skilled migrants and international students can bring more to a business than filling skill and labour gaps – they also bring fresh ideas, different perspectives and new technologies.

Auckland currently has a shortage of skilled workers in a number of key industries, as well as an ageing population, which means attracting and developing young talent locally and from overseas will be key for many companies in growing their business. 

Businesses that engage in workforce planning – the recruiting and training up of staff to fill current and future roles – create highly-skilled and productive workplaces that are less prone to skill and labour shortages, which in turn helps them grow.

Find out how ATEED is helping to build young talent and attract international talent to Auckland here.

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Whether you’re looking to start, grow, innovate or export, we can give you free advice and help you connect with the right people or programme for your business.

Contact ATEED Business Support Helpdesk

or call 09 365 0510


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