Methods and channels used to fill vacancies by businesses in Auckland, New Zealand

Most common responses only, April 2015–April 2016, % of businesses with vacancies (n=909)


'Total other methods' includes: Supplied by Govt scheme, SEEK, Agencies, Trade Me, NZ Herald, WINZ, SJS, EMA, Subcontractors, Career websites, newspapers, cold calls/walk ins, word of mouth, other.

Limitations of the data

Results expressed as percentages are weighted based on business size. Please take caution when interpreting figures based on a small sample.

Data provided by

Auckland Council

Dataset name

Auckland Business Monitor: Survey Results (waves 1 to 3) 2016

How to find the data

This data was supplied directly by ATEED (Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development).

Import & extraction details

File as imported: Auckland Business Monitor: Survey Results (waves 1 to 3) 2016

From the dataset Auckland Business Monitor: Survey Results (waves 1 to 3) 2016, this data was extracted:

  • Sheet: Q21 excl no vacancies
  • Range: AX11:BK46
  • Provided: 490 data points

This data forms the table Auckland Business Monitor - How staff vacancies were filled by ward (for businesses with vacancies in the last 12 months) 2015–2016.

Dataset originally released on:

August 31, 2016

Purpose of collection

The Auckland Business Monitor is a biannual survey conducted by Auckland Council to better understand Auckland businesses in relation to skills, innovation and how they access business support services.

Method of collection/Data provider

The data is collected by Ipsos through a telephone survey. The sample size is approximately 500 businesses per survey wave. The survey periods were April-May 2015, October-November 2015 and April-May 2016