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Flight Centre NZ Offer Lifeline to Pumpkin Patch Employees

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November 24 2016

Flight Centre NZ Offer Lifeline to Pumpkin Patch Employees

Flight Centre NZ have been in touch with the Human Resource department at pumpkin patch to offer outgoing employees a fast-tracked way into the travel industry.

Retail expansion, newly acquired businesses and growing profits have created a number of vacancies at Flight Centre NZ and as New Zealand’s largest travel retailer, the company believe outgoing pumpkin patch employees will be an asset to the company.

“We sympathise with the tough position these employees are in and recognise that they have good customer service skills and sale experience that would make them an asset to our company," says Flight Centre NZ Peopleworks leader Michaela Connor.

The company are offering to fast track outgoing pumpkin patch employees to the final stages of the hiring process. This will put candidates at the forefront of roles in sales, plus other supporting positions. Those interested should contact for more information.

If candidates are successful they will begin their journey toward becoming a world class travel expert through Flight Centre Travel Groups extensive training programme, learning the ropes from the best in the industry right from day one.

Flight Centre NZ have been consistently recognised as one of New Zealand’s best places to work. Recently a finalist in the IBM Kenexa Best Workplaces 2016 large workplace category, the company have won the title eight times.

“At Flight Centre NZ we have a truly one-of-a-kind culture. The needs of our people are paramount to everything we do, from strategic management decisions, to how we celebrate our successes, it really is all about our people. Something that is consistently recognised in the annual IBM Kenexa Best Workplaces awards.”

Interested candidates can view current Flight Centre NZ recruitment vacancies here:

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