After over 30 years of success in the recruitment sector, Martin Personnel is excited to give you the opportunity to ‘hit the ground running’ with your own franchise. You will have access to a proven business model that will reward you for your own hard work as a franchisee.
Owner Mark Douglas took over the business in 2007 and drew upon his significant recruitment experience to establish great relationships with many top New Zealand businesses, who now count Martin Personnel as a preferred agency. Mark has an entrepreneurial outlook, having built a number of successful businesses over the years and has a lot to offer potential franchisees because of his passion for helping people reach their full potential.
It is this personal philosophy of ‘valuing people’ that has seen the company flourish – by looking after people regardless of whether they are clients, candidates or associates, as if they are part of a family. Not only a firm favourite of clients, Martin Personnel also has a loyal base of associates who have become great advocates for the Martin brand.
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Have you got a strong background in recruitment both in the temporary and permanent space (minimum 2 years)? Ideally you will have experience in construction, warehousing or trades. We're looking for people that are natural relationship builders, with solid business development skills and local connections. The right franchisees will be those that are a good fit with the rest of our team; sharing the same values and beliefs that have cemented our great reputation.
This opportunity could be a great way of feeling supported in the transition If there is one issue this pandemic has surfaced, it’s that there are challenges in employment relationships whether you are employer or employee. They’re different but equally challenging. Having had experience on both sides of the employment relationship I’ve developed some thoughts on
and how they will help align the planets… After thirty years in the industry, Martin Personnel knows what it takes to survive. The difference between surviving and thriving really comes down to four key components. Sales success, operational excellence, fantastic back office systems and being well financed. In my experience, it has been a constant