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ManpowerGroup to provide nationwide workforce solutions


Tait Communications selects ManpowerGroup to provide nationwide workforce solutions

New Zealand (3 July 2012) – ManpowerGroup has announced a two-year contract with Tait Communications to provide nationwide Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) for the company.

Tait Communications first engaged ManpowerGroup in August 2010 to source specialist research and development engineers for its Christchurch headquarters. This initial project was expanded in January this year to outsourcing the full recruitment process.

Under the new contract, ManpowerGroup will provide a full RPO model for Tait Communications’ New Zealand operations, covering roles in Finance, ICT, HR, Manufacturing, Services, Project Management as well as specialist Research and Development Engineers.

“ManpowerGroup is proud to partner with Tait Communications, an iconic Christchurch company that is a global leader in the critical communications industry,” Matt Love-Smith, National Manager, Manpower New Zealand, said.

“Tait Communications is one of Canterbury’s biggest private sector employers with a diverse and highly-skilled workforce based in New Zealand and multiple regions around the world. ManpowerGroup is able to offer a coordinated, domestic and international recruitment solution that meets its needs,” Mr Love-Smith said.

Wendy Lush, Group Human Resources Manager for Tait Communications said outsourcing to recruitment specialists helps streamline its business.


"We’re pleased to be bringing Manpower on board at a time when Tait Communications is growing and there’s a continuing need for us to recruit top talent both here in New Zealand and overseas. While their initial work with us had an engineering focus, this new contract with Manpower will get them involved in recruitment right across our Christchurch campus. So far they’ve filled over 100 roles for us and we look forward to working with them on sourcing the next generation of great Tait people."

ManpowerGroup Australia & New Zealand

ManpowerGroup, the world leader in innovative workforce solutions and services, has been helping clients and candidates win in Australia and New Zealand since 1964 and 1996 respectively. With over 50 branches across both countries, ManpowerGroup Australia and New Zealand provides unique value to clients and candidates through its Manpower, Experis, Manpower Professional and Right Management brands, as well as delivering outcome-based solutions through our Managed Service provider, Recruitment Process Outsourcing, Strategic Workforce Consulting, Talent Based Outsourcing and Borderless Talent Solutions.

This is the Human Age, where access to talent has replaced access to capital as the key competitive differentiator. ManpowerGroup Australia and New Zealand creates powerful connections between organisations and the talent they need to enhance their competitiveness and unleash their workforce potential. By creating these powerful connections, we help everybody achieve more than they imagined, and power the world of work.
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