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First Assistance Appoints HR Manager

Appointment release
31 October 2005

First Assistance Appoints HR Manager

First Assistance, New Zealand’s leading provider of assistance services to people and businesses, has appointed Kate Alsweiler to the role of Human Resources (HR) Manager.

Kate will be responsible for the development and ongoing maintenance of human resources management practices at First Assistance, including managing support staff, quality training and recruitment.

Kate previously worked at Minter Ellison Rudd Watts as a solicitor in its employment law team, where she provided advice to clients on various employment issues.

Kate holds a Bachelor of Law degree LLB (Hons) and is currently completing a Graduate Diploma in Business Studies (HR Management).


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