Updated: Covid-19 Alert Levels. How Younity will operate.
Unfortunately the Covid-19 Delta variant has arrived on these shores. New Zealand is currently at Delta Alert Level 2 with the exception of Auckland who remain in an Alert Level 4 lockdown until at least 11.59 Tuesday 21st September 2021. Here’s how you can work with Younity during this period.
Younity is growing! Are you our next Wellington recruit?
Younity’s Wellington team continues to go from strength to strength! 2021 has seen a huge bounce back in the market, and we’ve experienced record demand from our clients in the capital city. If you’re excited by the possibilities that a career in recruitment can create, now is the time. Come and join us – you won’t look back!
Breaking: 2021 NZ CIO Awards finalists announced!
Returning to it’s traditional format, the 2021 New Zealand CIO Awards finalists have been announced! Younity are proud sponsors of the Sustainability through Technology category and we are delighted with the quality of our three amazing finalists. Here is the full list of all the award nominees across every category! Good luck!
Younity’s Auckland Team boosted by new arrivals!
We’re excited to share the news that we’ve added one brand new face, and one very familiar face to our Auckland consulting team! Cornelia Jacobs and James Wild have recently joined our group, adding additional strength and skill to Younity’s technical recruitment team in the ‘City of Sails’. Find out more about our newbies!
Surabhi’s back! The Ultimate Working from Home Story.
She’s home! After several months locked down in India, Surabhi Thareja arrived back into Auckland last week and is currently in MIQ. She will return to our Auckland office from Monday 30th August. We are very excited to have her back in the flesh with our group! Find out about her experience working from home in India!
Younity joins the Duffy Books in Homes family
Younity are proud to give back to our community by becoming supporters of the Duffy Books in Homes literacy programme. We’re playing a small part in breaking the cycle of ‘booklessness’ amongst children in low decile schools throughout New Zealand by actively supporting two schools, one in Auckland and one in Wellington.