Farrow Jamieson utilises short #fjchats which are video interviews with people who we think have an interesting point of view or initiative. We also have a "Pathway to CFO" series, which are presentations (either face to face or online video) to executives wanting to gain insights from C-Suite industry leaders and "webinars".

Webinars are used in the recruitment process to give candidates the ability to listen and/or engage with the potential employer as they outline both the role and the company. Candidates have rated this type of engagement as “incredibly helpful” in deciding whether the role was a “fit” for them. For candidates unable to participate in live sessions, a recording link is made available for later viewing.

An FJ Chat with Marian Johnson from the Ministry of Awesome

Canterbury is the second largest tech scene in New Zealand, and the go-to for Canterbury Tech and entrepreneurial startups and ramp-ups is the Ministry of Awesome. Iain MacGibbon sat down with Marian Johnson for an #FJCHAT to discuss the tech scene, and their plans for regional domination.

FJ Chat with Stephen James of The Alternative Board (TAB)

Governance for small and medium businesses in New Zealand is critical. The Alternative Board (TAB) offers a different approach

LinkedIn Recognition

Today Farrow Jamieson was acknowledged by LinkedIn as being one of the top 100 firms in the Asia-Pacific region for social engagement. This is defined as the ability to have both content on the LinkedIn platform, people viewing and commenting as well as the ultimate reach of various items that have been posted by Farrow Jamieson. In addition they noted that Farrow Jamieson is the No 1 firm in New Zealand for its social engagement. We believe that the ability to engage with people online is critical to building both successful communities and wider networks in the search and recruitment business. We thank LinkedIn for not only the bottle of champagne but also the partnership that we have.