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Kiwi Job Board Top Of Their Game

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Job board on Thursday night laid claim to their market supremacy after being judged Best Employment Site at the 2001 Netguide Web Awards.

It’s a significant achievement for the Kiwi owned company after a year of fierce competition from internationally backed job sites in the local market.

With 33 entries in the employment site category, judges clearly identified as this year’s stand out performer. “If you need a job - start here. The breadth of jobs available, and the resources to help you get an interview and do your best, are fantastic.”

This award tops off an exceptional year for, further adding to other notable achievements such as their recent fourth placing in the Deloitte Fast50 listing of New Zealand’s fastest growing companies and consistent placing in New Zealand’s top 100 websites according to Nielsen//Netratings.



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