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AgriPeople are your rural recruitment and People Management

Taranaki-based AgriPeople are your rural recruitment and People Management experts.

Working with agricultural employers and employees, AgriPeople focus on creating lasting relationships by using practical tools and applying a practical approach.

AgriPeople is made up of a stellar group of highly professional consultants and administrators. “Our consultants all continue to grow through professional development,” says Racquel Cleaver, Consultant and Director of AgriPeople.

AgriPeople consultants specialize in appropriating Human Resource practices to meet the needs of employers and employees within the agricultural and farming sector. “We ensure compliance with and stay up to date with current employment legislation,” says Racquel Cleaver.

For those seeking employment, AgriPeople offers support to anyone looking to brand themselves in the agricultural and rural sector. Signing up with AgriPeople ensures that you will have all the knowledge and information they will need while looking for their dream job.

AgriPeople can assit you with Salary Expectations, Career Pathways, Training Advice, CV Writing, Interview Technique, Advertising, Marketing and Employment Relationship Advice.

AgriPeople offer practised assistance to those looking to find employees in the rural and agriculture sector. “AgriPeople is the Human Resource department for rural businesses,” says Racquel.

AgriPeople comprehend the requirements and environment of farming employment. The skilled professionals at AgriPeople can tailor for this through creative and thoughtful methods that are compliant with the Employment Relations Act 2000. 

Some of AgriPeople’s best business accomplishments have been their growth into the Manawatu region. Their goal is to have a nationwide presence which will start with the Canterbury and Waikato regions by the end of the year.

Another benefit to AgriPeople is their Competitive pricing. AgriPeople are the lowest cost recruitment services for those in the rural sector. They also guarantee the success of recruitments – for up to six weeks.

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