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WorldatWork Deepens Engagement in New Zealand with New Partner 

WorldatWork, the leading global nonprofit organisation for Total Rewards professionals, is expanding its presence in New Zealand and the South Pacific region with a new strategic partnership. The organisation, established in 1955, is joining forces with Strategic Pay, the premier business-to-business training and certification organisation in New Zealand.

The move will establish WorldatWork’s influence in the New Zealand and South Pacific business arena to meet the growing needs of benefits and compensation professionals. Strategic Pay services clients in Auckland, Hamilton, Wellington, Christchurch, Dunedin and across the South Pacific.

“Our ability to put a WorldatWork partner in New Zealand enables us to better fulfil our goal of developing people and enhancing business growth by directly delivering our premium education solutions and certifications in this part of the world,” said WorldatWork CEO Scott Cawood, Ed.D, CCP, GRP. “With Strategic Pay, we’ve selected a top-tier partner who understands the unique needs and key players in the region’s benefits and compensation field. Together, we are proud to bring tools, expertise and knowledge to empower HR and business leaders in New Zealand and across the South Pacific.”

Established in 1994, Strategic Pay is New Zealand’s largest, full-service remuneration consultancy, providing job evaluation and remuneration services, including the integration of remuneration and performance systems.

“State-of-the art compensation and benefits strategies are coming into focus now more than ever in New Zealand and the South Pacific,” said Cathy Hendry, Managing Director, Auckland and Tauranga. “We are proud to partner with WorldatWork to expand these ideas and practices across the country. Our goal is to serve and support the professionals who bring the greatest asset into our companies: talented people.”

Register your interest in attending WorldatWork training here.

Related: Strategic Pay: Strategic view on employee remuneration options

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