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Posted on 16 March 2017 in News
The Potentia Future Innovators in Tech programme aims to support and enhance the uptake of technology skills in school by providing a grant of $10,000. Entries close on 14 April 2017. This promotion is open to all primary, intermediate and secondary schools in Auckland.
Posted on 28 October 2016 in Blog
Cloud and distributed computing is the most sought-after skill among employers for the second year in a row, according to the latest LinkedIn data. The Top Skills of 2016 list (released this week) also highlights demand is growing for people with cybersecurity, data analysis and UX/UI design skills.
Posted on 29 September 2016 in Blog
In early 2009 the National government of New Zealand added an amendment to the law that enables employers to add a trial period into employment agreements of up to 90 days. In this blog, we discuss why you don’t need to freak out about the 90 day trial period and provide tactics to make it a positive experience, including taking time to reflect on your achievements, celebrate the things that have gone well and identify any areas for improvement.
Posted on 01 July 2016 in News
New Zealand’s leading Innovation, Digital and Technology (IDT) recruiter has continued its support of the next generation of tech talent by awarding Ena Sun the prestigious Potentia Undergraduate Scholarship for 2016. This is the third year the scholarship has been awarded to a student in their final year of study at the University of Auckland and Ena was a clear winner in the process.
Posted on 31 May 2016 in Blog
When it comes to careers, each and every one of us tread a different path. While the start may be similar for some, no two people share the same employment history, skills training, lessons learnt, project or client exposure. But, interestingly, while the outcomes are individualised, we all tend to follow a similar cycle through our employment with an organisation and the search for the next opportunity. And what drives this is satisfaction; of fit, growth, opportunities and happiness. How satisfied we are results in our staying or seeking.