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CPI New Zealand wins global award

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New Zealand Leads the World in Service Delivery of Career Transition and Outplacement Services

Career Partners New Zealand (CPI) wins the Global Highest Participant Satisfaction Levels Award at the Career Partners International Annual Meeting in Los Cabos, Mexico.

Auckland, New Zealand (6 March 2014) - Career Partners New Zealand (CPI) has received the coveted Satisfaction Award for maintaining the highest overall satisfaction levels of career transition and outplacement participants among all Career Partners International offices worldwide at its Annual Awards Dinner in Los Cabos, Mexico this month.

In the current market where restructures and redundancies are not uncommon, it is imperative that organisations protect their reputation and brand through these exercises. Whether employees are being transitioned due to organisational restructures or performance issues, their experiences through the process will affect the organisation’s future brand.

Negative word of mouth or bad press will inevitably influence how customers and future employees view the organisation; “Is this organisation one I want to deal with / work in? Can I trust this organisation and what it stands for?”

This is why organisations need to be vigilant when selecting a Career Transition or Outplacement provider. Engaging an excellent Career Transition or Outplacement provider will reinforce your commitment to your employees as well as the public, and show that you care.

Terry McCloy, Managing Director of Career Partners New Zealand says, “This is a wonderful recognition of the outstanding commitment to world class service that we in Career Partners New Zealand (CPI) have to both our clients and our participants - it is a recognition that we are the best in the world. With over 200 offices globally being measured and rated, it is an outstanding achievement for our team. And it is especially pleasing that it is a rating from the participants that we work with to help transform their careers and lives. It is also one of the reasons why for the last 10 years we have been regarded as the leaders in Career Transition and Career Management within New Zealand.”

David P. Hemmer, President and CEO of the global organisation, commented, “It is through the great work of all of our people that Career Partners International is able to deliver high-quality talent management

solutions to clients around the globe. We are pleased to honour those that help us achieve our vision of enhancing organisational performance and people’s lives.”

About Career Partners New Zealand

Career Partners New Zealand is the exclusive New Zealand partner of Career Partners International and the leading provider of career transition and talent management services in the country. Established in 1987, Career Partners International is one of the world’s largest and most successful global providers of talent management solutions. Organisations of all sizes and industries turn to Career Partners International to successfully assess, engage, develop and transition talent using the expertise of over 1600 highly experienced professionals in the areas of assessment, executive coaching, leader development and outplacement. With more than 220 offices in over 45 countries around the world, Career Partners International assures that its clients have local experts with global reach in talent development, career management, executive coaching, outplacement and career transition services. Additional information can be found by visiting www.cpiworld.co.nz.

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