Two leading recruitment agencies open new office in Pukekohe

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Two of New Zealand’s leading recruitment agencies have announced the official opening of their Pukekohe office. Based at 14 Hall Street, Agstaff and Canstaff have opened their doors for business and are excited to be meeting new clients and candidates in the local area.
Agstaff have been successfully recruiting and placing staff for all sectors of the agricultural industry since 2001 and are excited to join sister company; Canstaff, in expanding their reach to service Pukekohe and surrounding suburbs. The new office will be managed by Don Pitcorn who brings over ten years of recruitment knowledge and industry experience with him to offer employers and job seekers a personalised service. Don has an impeccable reputation in Pukekohe after ten years of service as a successful recruitment consultant in the area.
“We know the importance and value of face-to-face meetings, for us it’s not just about a physical presence in the area, but the power of getting to know clients and candidates personally. We are now able to make onsite visits to fully understand requirements and deliver a tailored service,” said Don.
Agstaff and Canstaff have global reputations for excellence in the recruitment industry and the two companies have joined forces to extend their reach, and meet the local demand for employment services in the agricultural and construction sectors.
Both companies service leading international companies, right through to small family-owned businesses and place job seekers from general labour positions through to senior management roles.
There has already been a widespread interest in the new office, with Don already working with locals to attend to their recruitment needs. Don describes working with Auckland’s youth as his biggest passion. “I find personal fulfilment when placing the right candidate with the right job, and this is magnified tenfold when assisting young people to reach their goals, develop work ethic and take on more responsibilities in their new roles,” he explains. “I am looking forward to applying the knowledge, contacts, and expertise I have gained from working as a recruitment consultant in the Pukekohe region to give back to the community.”
Whether you are looking for your next career move or a new staff member, Agstaff and Canstaff have the solution for you. Call us now to find out how we can help you: 021 980 124.

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