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Top 10 Student Employers In Canterbury

Wed, 17 Nov 2004

Student Job Search Celebrates The Top 10 Employers In Canterbury

Student Job Search (SJS) has ranked the employers that use the free service and have found a “top ten”.

“Employers were rated on a number of criteria ranging from rate of pay, work place environment, student feedback, length of time using SJS and even training provided,” states Regional Manager, Lupe Leota.

Business Development Manager, Pete Martin explains, “SJS are recognising and celebrating the contribution of these employers by advertising their success through its offices, newsletter, trade association memberships and tertiary institution networks”.

SJS would like to congratulate (in no particular order):

1. General Cables
2. Chateau on the Park
3. NZ Post
4. Versatile Buildings
5. Heinz-Watties
6. Tegel Foods Ltd
7. Stuart Trading
8. JDR Solutions
9. Frank Callander
10. Ballantynes J & Co Ltd


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