Executive Update





Executive Update eNewsletter




The fortnightly newsletter for thought leaders 7th October 2011

In this issue

Despite softer economic signals, business hiring intentions continue to edge up… there has been noticeable pick up in the number of jobs being advertised with salary in excess of $100,000… although an employee survey shows money isn’t everything.
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Prudent optimism in labour market

The number of employers planning to increase staffing numbers by the end of the year has edged up slightly, according to Hudson New Zealand’s latest quarterly Employment Expectations Survey.
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Surge in six figure salaries

New data from Seek New Zealand reveals high paying job listings are on the rise, with 30 percent increase over the past year in jobs listed with salary of over $100,000 per annum.
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Money isn’t everything

Meanwhile survey of New Zealand employees shows that nearly third cite acknowledgement and appreciation as their key motivator in the workplace, with lowly 11.8% rating money as their first priority.
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Recommerce – ‘trading in’ is the new consumer phenomenon

Consumers have always resold large, durable goods like cars and houses. But now almost anything is ripe for resale, from electronics to clothes, and even experiences.
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Putting more fizz into Coca-Cola

Since Muhtar Kent took the helm of Coca-Cola, in July 2008, he has set course for ambitious, long-term growth with the goal of doubling revenue by 2020. How is he planning to achieve that?
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Growth under pressure

After brief rebound, the global economy is back on its heels again and the developed world’s global output in the medium term won’t be better than anaemic. But businesses and managers must not stop their quest for growth even in gloomy times, says McKinsey & Company, which has some advice on how to achieve this.
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